Ju­nior crick­eters score wins

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - CLASSI EDS SPORT -

THE un­der-11 Dou­glas Thun­der­bolts con­tin­ued their win­ning roll, de­feat­ing Ather­ton Wild Hogs on Satur­day at Moss­man High School.

Thun­der­bolts cap­tain Ri­ley Sawyer won the toss and elected his team to field.

Keel Sorensen starred with the ball tak­ing 1 wicket for 1 run off 3 overs, 2 of which were maid­ens and opener Ri­ley Sawyer took 0/2 with 1 maiden.

Other wicket tak­ers were Levi Trewick 1/11, Luke Twomey 1/16 and Max Bren­nan 1/18 (caught off his own bowl­ing) leav­ing the lo­cal team to chase Ather­ton on 4/87.

In re­ply, Thun­der­bolts went in to bat with open­ers Levi Trewick top scor­ing on 15 and Max Bren­nan caught out on 7. Adon Trewick went in to join his brother only to be bowled out just as he started mak­ing runs. Other top scor­ers were Daniel Davidson re­tired on 12, Keel Sorensen 9, Ri­ley Sawyer re­tired on 7 and Nathan Deu­ble 5, bring­ing the fi­nal bat­ting to­tal to 7/103.

The Yum Yum’s most im­proved bowl­ing award went to Bryce Fabi­ani on 0/8 and the Sun­rise Snack­bar bat­ting award went to the new­est mem­ber of the team Luke Twomey for great sports­man­ship fac­ing up against some very ex­pe­ri­enced bowlers.

The Un­der 15 Bar­bar­ians had their first win of the sea­son when they played a one day match against In­n­is­fail on Satur­day at Grif­fiths Park, Cairns.

The Dou­glas Bar­bar­ians fielded first, with out­stand­ing bowl­ing by ev­ery­one and out­stand­ing wick­et­keep­ing by Dylan Case and Ben Shrimp­ton had the In­n­is­fail team all out for 71 runs by the 27th over. David Coulthard took 2/4, Michael Schulz 2/14, Kaiden Sorensen 1/7, Nathan Evans 1/9, Hay­den D’Addona 1/9, Tom Goodall 1/9 and Glen Ives 0/8.

In re­ply, Bar­bar­ians racked up 115 runs at the end of 50 overs for the loss of 4 wick­ets.

Kaiden Sorensen top-scored on 30, David Coulthard made 26 not out, Ben Shrimp­ton re­tired on 23 and Hay­den D’Addona re­tired on 19.

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