Baynton Lions claim second win from three matches
set a solid foundation for their run chase. Both openers eventually fell but keeper-batsman Muhammad Khan (14 not out) kept his cool to guide his team to 3-89 in the 19th over.
Earlier in the game, the Lions’ bowling attack once again all pulled their weight, with Shamsher Singh (2-21) and Sourav Juneja (1-8) the pick of the lot.
Out at Windy Ridge in Dampier the Pegs Creek Crabs bounced back from their loss against the Lions with a commanding seven-wicket win over the Dampier Taverners.
The Taverners chose to bat first and put on a good batting display to post the third highest score of the season with 5125. Paul Marion claimed 2-23 and Alex Fitzmaurice sent down a tidy spell, recording 117 off his four overs. The Crabs lost Nathan Hampson early in the run chase but from there it was smooth sailing for the away team.