Bel­mont, Carlisle in week­end bat­tle for the top

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - SPORT -

A BAT­TLE for the top of the lad­der was played out in 1st Grade be­tween Bel­mont and Carlisle at Peet Park, with Bel­mont look­ing for pay back from their last meet­ing.

The Bel­mont side were with­out lead­ing run scorer Cap­tain Dar­ren Ka­vanagh and de­spite the best ef­forts of Faran Tir­mazi (38) and Damien Broanda (35 and 3/25) was all out for 169.

Carlisle called time with an easy 5-170.

BEL­MONT 2nd Grade has fought against 1st grade clubs ev­ery game this sea­son and to its credit has stuck it out ev­ery game to sit sev­enth on the lad­der.

It played against Univer­sity this week and was all out for 69.

Univer­sity grabbed an easy win at 1-70.

Stand­outs for Bel­mont were Blair Ni­cholls (24) and Trent Jo­kich (1-30).

Ja­son Em­mett cel­e­brated his 100th game.

BEL­MONT 5th grade had a sea­son up­set when it was smashed by West Perth/Cool­binia, all out for 99 against the op­po­si­tion’s 8-200.

Ben McCaullay (34) and Ja­son Smythe were the best of the young team, with Smythe tak­ing an im­pres­sive 5-17.

ONE Day Grade was the stand­out for Bel­mont on the week­end as cap­tain Ryan Man­ning led the team to clob­ber Mt Law­ley.

Ja­son To­bias played an out­stand­ing sup­ported by Troy Pea­cock (56) to take down the op­po­si­tion for 2-249. Mt Law­ley man­aged 118. Mark Cleme­sha played his 450th game for BCC in the one dayer. He main­tains his hold on the club’s record for games and is an in­au­gu­ral player for BCC.

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