Junior cricket results – February 2-6

OUR Derwent Valley junior cricketers are back in action after their Christmas break.

NEW NORFOLK
Under-14 Boys (Sunday, Feb 4)
: New Norfolk 8/52 (14.5 overs) was defeated by Cranes Combined 7/347 (30 overs) on Sunday morning at the Eady Street Oval in Glenorchy. The home team batted first and what a display of batting it put on, smashing a massive total of 347 from 30 overs. Jude Bannister was the pick of the bowlers taking three wickets. In the chase and intimidated by a massive score, the young Redcaps found themselves all out for 52. Gabe Bannister was the only batter to see double figures with 16. Batting: Gabe Bannister 16 from 23 (1 x 6, 1 x 4), Angus Fraser 9 from 13 (1 x 4). Bowling: Jude Bannister 3 for 47 from 5, Gabe Bannister 1 for 30 from 3.

Under-16 Girls* (Tuesday, Feb 6): New Norfolk 122 (20 overs) was defeated by Clarence 209 (20 overs) on Tuesday evening at Lindisfarne. Batting first, the Redcap girls put on 122. Angel Green (26) and Addysen Nossiter (15) again showed their experience, top-scoring for the team with Green smacking three lovely sixes. Nossister and Green both had the better bowling figures but mentions also go to Sha’Diamond Evans, Madeline Carmichael and Molly-Rose Mayne for picking up a wicket each. Clarence finished its 20 overs with a score of 209. Batting: Angel Green 26 from 15 (3 x 6s, 1 x 4), Addysen Nossiter 15 from 15 (3 x 4s). Bowling: Addysen Nossiter 2 for 27 from 3, Angel Green 1 for 18 from 3.

Stage 1** Boys: (Monday, February 5): New Norfolk 57 (20 overs) was defeated by North Hobart Demons 165 (20 overs). Batting: Arlo Simpson 21 from 14 (4 x 4s), Edward Mayne 5 from 13. Bowling: Arlo Simpson 1 for 10 from 2, Daniel Limbrick 1 for 29 from 3.

Stage 1** Girls: (Friday, February 2): New Norfolk 95 (20 overs) was defeated by Clarence 152 (20 overs). Batting: Sha’Diamond Evans 14 from 13 (2 x 4s), Isla Prince 11 from 13. Bowling: Holly Vagg 1 for 17 from 3, Annabelle Van Emmerik – 1 x run out.

GRETNA
Under-14s (Sunday, February 4):
Gretna 8/117 (17.5 overs) was defeated UTAS White 1/118 (17.5 overs) on the smaller Lower Queenborough Oval on Sunday. Batting first, the Gretna team scored fast but lost wickets just as quickly, finding itself out for 117 in fewer than 18 overs. Lucas Jones was eyeing off another 50 when he stumbled on 45 being bowled. Jones’ innings was full of great shots all over the ground, hitting four 6s and four 4s. Cooper Gleeson continues to show his experience, notching up 32 with the bat and taking Gretna’s only wicket. UTAS was able to cruise home to an easy win in the 18th over. Batting: Lucas Jones 45 from 19 (4 x 6s, 4 x 4s), Cooper Gleeson 32 from 27 (6 x 4s). Bowling: Cooper Gleeson 1 for 8 from 2.

Under-16s (Sunday, February 4): Gretna 8/167 (21.2 overs) was defeated by UTAS 8/188 (35.3 overs) on Sunday afternoon at Lower Queenborough. UTAS batted first and put on 188 before being all out. George Picken and Aydan Bailey picked up two wickets each. With the bat, Gretna fell just short of the target, being all out for 167 with Nick Ransley raising the bat at 50 to finish on a season best of 58 not out. Kayden Cunningham also had a personal best hit with the bat to finish on 45, just short of that elusive 50. Batting: Nick Ransley 58 from 29no (8 x 6s and 2 x 4s), Kayden Cunningham 45 from 27 (1 x 6 and 8 x 4s). Bowling: George Picken 2 for 16 from 3, Aydan Bailey 2 for 24 from 4.

Stage 1**: (Monday, February 5): Gretna Green 197 (20 overs) defeated North Hobart Red 88 (20 overs). Batting: Alex Bailey 28 from 17 (1 x 6, 2 x 4s), Ashton Bailey 26 from 18 (3 x 4s). Bowling: Joseph Downie 3 for 8 from 3, Alex Bailey 3 for 19 from 4.
Gretna Gold75 (20 overs) lost to Glenorchy White 253 (20 overs). Batting: Wayde Quinn 19 from 20 (4 x 4s), Brooklyn Harvey 9 from 20. Bowling: Wayde Quinn 2 for 39 from 4, Shelby Smith 1 for 25 from 4.

* In Under-16 Girls’ cricket each team faces 20 overs (120 balls). Each player faces the same number of balls when batting (120 divided by the amount of batters). If a player gets out they continue to bat with four bonus runs being awarded to the bowling team. Wides and no-balls are not replayed and are counted as balls faced.
**Stage 1 cricket is the entry-level competition. Each team faces 20 overs (120 balls). Each player faces the same number of balls when batting (120 divided by the amount of batters). If a player gets out they continue to bat with four bonus runs being awarded to the bowling team. Wides and no-balls are not replayed and are counted as balls faced.

JUSTIN BENSON

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