U16 ‘Crabs cel­e­brate

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT -

U16 As­tute Fi­nan­cial Dou­glas Mud­dies are cel­e­brat­ing their third win of the sea­son con­quer­ing Mul­grave by a 182-run mar­gin and mak­ing some bat­ting mile­stones along the way.

The Mud­dies re­turned to Ed­mon­ton for the se­cond half of the 2 day match with the score at 3/150 to Mul­graves 7/81.

Mud­dies bats­men Nathan Deu­ble and Keel Sorensen re­turned to the crease with 32 overs to bat out.

The pair made a fan­tas­tic part­ner­ship bat­ting out 14 overs and 60 runs un­til Nathan had to re­tire not out on reach­ing a sen­sa­tional 100.

Cur­tis White came to the crease and was caught for 0. Tex McDowall was next to bat and con­trib­uted 5, with Tom Har­vey and Finn Stan­away both con­tribut­ing 3 runs each. The Mud­dies were look­ing very con­fi­dent with a 200 plus score.

Nick Rayner who came up from un­der 14’s was next to bat. With the last over of the in­nings Cap­tain Keel made his first ever fifty, with a score of 52 not out and Nick on 16 not out.

The Mud­dies

fin­ished their in­nings with a ter­rific score of 7/282.

It was time for Mul­grave to bat and Mud­dies open­ing bowlers Ryan Doble and Tom bowled well with Ryan tak­ing the first wicket.

Reuben Al­li­son was the next bowler to take a wicket. Mud­dies con­tin­ued to take wick­ets with Levi Trewick and Nathan both fin­ish­ing the Mul­grave bat­ters with Mul­grave all out 11/100.

With 17 overs left, Cap­tain Keel sent Mul­grave back into bat, hop­ing for an out­right. The Mud­dies bowlers bowled well with Levi tak­ing 2 wick­ets and Cur­tis 1.

Mul­grave fin­ished 3/83 off 17.

Best Bowl­ing for the match was Ryan with 1/20 off 8, Reuben 3/13 off 7, Levi 4/26 off 7, Keel 2/ 15 off 9 with wick­ets each to Nathan, Daniel, Cur­tis.

It was a great end to the sea­son with such a great win and see­ing out Mud­dies’ play­ers Levi and Keel in their last ju­nior cricket game.

A big thank you to Steve Doble and Bill Coulthard for coach­ing and man­ag­ing the team and all the best for next sea­son Mud­dies!


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