Local cricket reports, Round 7

Opener Josh Nichols, left, made a fine half-century forMolesworth II on Sunday, while Nathan White made 26 runsand took two wickets for Bothwell II, and Nathan Triffett took2-29 after bagging 6-32 the previous week. Southern Cricket Association Men’s 50-over matchesRound 7 THE final round of the 50-over roster before the end

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New Norfolk golf results

NEW NORFOLK GOLF CLUBSaturday 14/12/19 Mercer Day PinehurstGross: J. Wilton-T. Lowe 74, A. Youd-C. Youd 81, D. Post-W. Hodge 82.Nett: G. Smith- G. Bailey 74-13½-60½, B. Hall-L. McKenzie 76-15-61, A. Watts- R. Hoare 84-21½-62½.Nearest-the-pin: 3rd R. Walters, 6/15th T. Lowe, 8/17th R. Rainbird, 11th L. McKenzie. Superpin: R. Rainbird. Thursday

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Local cricket reports, Round 6

Nathan Triffitt took six wickets for Molesworth II on Sunday. Southern Cricket Association Men’s 50-over matchesRound 6 FIRST GRADE: In a close encounter at Abbotsfield Park, New Norfolk I continued on its winning way with a two-run victory over Claremont. In a reduced 29 over match, the home side won the

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Local cricket reports, Round 5

Molesworth II captain Jack Evans led his team tovictory on Sunday, scoring 63 runs from 66 balls. Southern Cricket Association Men’s 50-over matchesRound 5 FIRST GRADE: In a one-sided affair, New Norfolk I made light work of its opponent when it thrashed Sorell by nine wickets at Tynwald Park last weekend.

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New Norfolk golf results

Teeing-off at the New Norfolk Golf Course. NEW NORFOLK GOLF CLUBSaturday 30/11/19 StablefordA Grade: D. Stevenson 14 c/b, P. Marshall 41 c/b, G. Hack 41 c/b.B Grade: G. Smith 41, G. Triffitt 39 c/b, A. Watts 39 c/b.C Grade: R. Walters 43, A Leitch 41, T. Banks 38 c/b.Nearest-the-pins: 3rd

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Road trip to Gretna for junior cricket derby

Some of the young members of the two New Norfolk Under 13cricket teams, back from left: Frankie Jones, Zavier Lowry,Tyler Benson, Bobby Nossiter, Logan Hunt, Cooper Gleesonand Hamish Edwards. Front: Chance Hyland. HURRICANES JUNIOR LEAGUERound 6 WITH the two New Norfolk Under 13 cricket teams playing each other at Gretna

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Local cricket, Round 4

Southern Cricket Association Men’s 50-over matchesRound 4 FIRST GRADE: A very good all-round performance from the in-form Matthew Bowden and a quickfire half-century from Cody Neads got New Norfolk I back on the winners list with a seven-wicket win over Montagu Bay at Tynwald Park at the weekend. The Red Caps

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Local cricket, round three reports

Zac Crosswell scored his maiden century inthe Fifth Grade match between Gretna II andNew Norfolk III last weekend. Southern Cricket Association Men’s 50-over matchesRound 3 FIRST GRADE: In at times showery conditions and making the good score of 9/236, New Norfolk I went down to St Anne’s by six wickets last

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Weekend cricket results

SOUTHERN CRICKET ASSOCIATIONMen’s one-day competitionRound 3, November 16-17FIRST GRADE: St Anne’s 4/239 defeated New Norfolk 9/236 at Cadbury No.1 on SaturdaySECOND GRADE: New Norfolk 7/286 defeated St Anne’s 55 at Tynwald Park on SaturdayGretna 233 defeated MacKillop 98 at Gretna on SaturdayMolesworth 2/84 defeated Richmond/Cambridge 81 at Boyer Oval on

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New Norfolk golf results

New Norfolk Golf Course. NEW NORFOLK GOLF CLUBSaturday 16/11/19 StrokeA Grade gross: D. Stevenson 75 c/b, G. Heron 75, W. Coleman 77 c/b; Nett: T. Lowe 75-11-64, J. Wilton 78-11-67, S. Ackerly 79-11-68 c/b.B Grade gross: D. Williams 83, L. Dittmann, 87, G. Duggan 88; Nett: A. Richardson 84-16-68 c/b,

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Junior cricket results

HURRICANES JUNIOR LEAGUERound 4 UNDER 13sGlenorchy Black 4/185 off 30 overs defeated New Norfolk Red Caps 8/66 off 24 overs at Cadbury Oval No.1.Batting – New Norfolk: Logan Hunt 11 (1 four). Cooper Gleeson 11. Zayne Field 6. Noah Evans 5. Kobe Strong 1 not out. Fearghus Joyce 1. Bowling

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Losses for the locals in women’s cricket

ROUND 2 of the Southern Cricket Association’s women’s roster produced losses for the local sides, New Norfolk and Bothwell, last Sunday. Playing at home, Bothwell went down to Wellington by 27 runs. Wellington had first knock, making 3-149 from its 20 overs. In reply, Bothwell gave it a good shake,

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