Seabrook a star for Crabs
Lachlan Seabrook started the Twenty20 cricket competition off with a bang, launching an unbeaten 124 to put Pegs Creek Crabs on the right foot against Rec Club at the weekend.
Opting to bat first, the Crabs lost Grant Butler on the first ball.
Seabrook came in and, with skipper Daniel Carse (50), built a 100run partnership. Carse departed with the score at 112, but Seabrook guided the home side to 5-217.
Facing a daunting target, the Rec Club failed to fire as they were bundled out for 84 inside 14 overs.
Sam O’Hare (4-8) found his length from the start, while Butler snared three wickets.
At Millars Well, tight bowling and fielding from Baynton Lions kept Karratha Kats to 74 from their 20 overs. Lokendra Ranawat (3-11) sent three Kats players back without troubling the scorers.
In response, the Lions batsmen slugged it out on a slow Millars Well outfield to chase the target down with one over to spare.
Dayanand Gawade led the charge with 26.
Wickham first drop Lachlan Smith took a liking to Windy Ridge, belting 100 as he helped his side to 5-149 after losing three early wickets. The Taverners lost Adrian D’Cuhna early and struggled to form any partnerships from there.
Nicholas Lewis starred with the ball, claiming a five-wicket haul in just three overs.