Two round 13 wins for Bowral

ROUND 13: Mittagong Roar were defeated by the Bowral Cavaliers on January 28. Photo: Madeline Crittenden. Both Bowral third grade teams took round 13 victory on January 28.
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The Bowral Kookaburras defeated the Wingello Tigers by one wicket at Stephens Park.

Wingello won the toss and took first use of the bat. The team posted a score of 147 runs off their 35 overs.

Ben Hamilton top scored for the Wingellowith an undefeated 68and was well supported by GregMartin(45) and Jeremy Tonks(13).

The Kookaburras’ bowling attack was in good form, Angus FitzSimmons took one wicket as did Mark Chance.

The Kookaburras’ took the bat next. The opening partnership was made up of James Smith and Paul Harnisch who posted a combined score of 10 runs.

Timothy Maurice top scored with an undefeated 51, Mitchell Murphy (25) and Michael Thompson (18) also put on a good display with the bat.

Rachel Martin was the pick of the bowlers for Wingello with figures of 3-31 off 6 overs. Greg Martin also bowled well and collected two wickets.

The Kookaburras’ chased down Wingello’s total in 33.4 overs with the lose of nine wickets.

In another fixture the Bowral Cavaliers defeated Mittagong Roar, who only had seven players,by six wickets.

The Cavaliers won the toss and elected to bowl first.

Opening the batting for Mittagong, Martin Aungle put on a good display to finish with the top score of 30 runs. Aungle was well supported by Joshua Miller (28).

By the end of their innings, Mittagong secured a total of 106 runs.

Connor Gilmore put on a strong bowling performance for the Cavaliers and took two wickets, he also managed to take a catch in the field.

Cavaliers skipperPhil Sherley said Gilmore bowled very well against Martin Aungle.

“Connor bowled really well and was probably some of his best bowling all season,” he said.

Zac De Hosson also put on a great display and with figures of 3-9 off seven overs, which included two maidens.

Pete De Hosson opened the batting for the Cavaliers and top scored with 28 runs. He was supported by Connor Gilmore who put 16 runs on the scoreboard.

“Pete hasn’t had a lot of opportunities to bat this season and he did really well,” Sherley said.

Jake Pearse (22) and Alexander Griffin (25) also put on a good display with the bat.Mittagong skipper Rob Collins was the best bowler forhis team with figures of 2-27 off five overs.

The Cavaliers were able to chase Mittagong’s total down in 15.2 overs and took a six wicket victory.

Sherley credited Mittagong’s efforts in the match.

“They were short on players and fielding out in that heat was a big task so it was unfortunate for them.”

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