Mid­land-Guild­ford in late in­nings fight­back

The Advocate (Perth) - - TRAINING & EDUCATION | SPORT -

WAN­NEROO made a solid start to day one of its two-day clash with Mid­land Guild­ford on Satur­day, bowl­ing the home side out for 215 be­fore fin­ish­ing the day on 2-58 at Lilac Hill.

Mid­land Guild­ford started its in­nings inaus­pi­ciously, los­ing its first four wick­ets for 43 runs.

The home side strug­gle for any mo­men­tum through­out its in­nings, un­til Ju­lian Crudeli en­tered the crease at 6-113.

Crudeli fell one run short of a half-cen­tury but in­stilled some life back into his side’s in­nings, fin­ish­ing with a de­fend­able 215.

Matthew Dzodzo and Christo­pher Quelch ripped through the top order and tail-en­ders re­spec­tively, fin­ish­ing with three wick­ets each.

Wan­neroo pushed its ad­van­tage at the start of its in­nings to end the day on 2-58 with Matthew Spoors and Ja­cob Johnston un­beaten at the crease.

Wan­neroo will con­tinue its run chase on day two, which be­gins on Satur­day, Novem­ber 18 at 11.40am at Lilac Hill.

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