Two in a row for Red Caps
while opener Nathan Heron got 21 (two fours).
With the ball, it was Mitchell Rice doing the damage taking 4-25 from his 10 overs. Jake Stevenson with 2-16 (4.3) and Liam Kalbfell also with 2-16 (5) did very well, while Brad Kemmler was equally as good, taking one wicket for just 14 runs from his 10 overs.
It’s now two from two for New Norfolk III.
Molesworth II went down to Hobart by four wickets at Risdon Vale in the other Seventh Grade match.
Batting first, Molesworthwas all out for 58 off 34.5 overs. In reply, the home side had a stutter, losing wickets along the way, but got the job done, finishing 6-60 off 19.3.
Molesworth Keeper Josh Nichols top scored with 19 (two fours) and Blayne King made 14 (two fours).
With the ball, all the bowlers tried hard. Captain Jack Evans bowled very well taking 2-16 from seven overs, as did Blayne King 1-2 (2), Jake Sorrenson 1-6 (3) and Colby Evans 1-16 (3). With plenty of young players, Molesworth II are doing a great job and a win is just around the corner.
AFTER a big loss last week, Bothwell II turned the tables with a thrilling one-run win over the MacKillop Beltas at North Warrane Oval on Sunday.
After wining the toss and batting, the Bucks made just 82 from 30.1 overs. In a down-tothe-wire match, they dismissed the home team for 81 from 37 overs.
It needed some special bowling from the Bucks and they got it in Stuart Eyles who put on a fine performance, taking four wickets for just eight runs from six overs to clean up the opposition.
Brodie White got 2-17 (8), Mark Pearce 2-19 (10) and Rhys Franklin 1-17 (10) also did very well. Mathew Glover with 1-18 (3) was the other wicket taker.
With the bat for the Bucks, Michael White top scored with 23 and Blake Eyles made 15.