Snad­den ton puts Perth on top

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - SPORT -

JA­COB Snad­den hit his sec­ond cen­tury of the sea­son on day one of the fix­ture against Scar­bor­ough at Fletcher Park.

Snad­den scored 104 with 16 bound­aries, get­ting good sup­port from Dain More­ton (47).

Perth made a very com­pet­i­tive 309 and if it can de­fend the to­tal next Satur­day, it will com­plete a good first half of the sea­son, sit­ting in fourth po­si­tion.

Vet­eran Alan Tyler had a day out in the Third Grade, plun­der­ing 126.

On a sad note, the club mourned the sud­den death of Daniel ‘Chief’ Tow­nend on the week­end.

A ter­ror­is­ing fast bowler and hard-hit­ting bats­man, Chief was loved by all at Perth Cricket Club.

Else­where in Premier Cricket, South Perth is well placed after Brooke Guest’s 97 on the first day of their match against Su­bi­aco Floreat at Floreat Park Oval on Satur­day.

He re­ceived good sup­port from Bran­don Guest (43) at the top of the or­der.

South Perth fin­ished the day at 9-273.

Perth bats­man Ja­cob Snad­den scored 104 to put his team in a com­mand­ing po­si­tion.

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