Good start in Premiers

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Look Local -

SU­BI­ACO Floreat and Clare­mon­tNed­lands started the Premier Cricket sea­son with back-to-back wins over the week­end to both sit in the top three.

The Lions looked to be cruis­ing against Bayswa­ter-Morley at Floreat Park Oval on Sun­day at 2-94 be­fore a mid­dle-or­der col­lapse led to a stun­ning fin­ish, with the hosts get­ting home by one wicket.

Cam Green fin­ished 16 not out and hit the win­ning runs, as the 18-yearold WA rookie steered his side to a fa­mous vic­tory.

Su­bi­aco Floreat had smashed Scar­bor­ough by 10 wick­ets in Satur­day’s fix­ture, led by Calum How (72no) and Alex Mal­colm (56no).

Clare­mont-Ned­lands fol­lowed suit over the week­end with strong wins over ti­tle con­tenders Melville and Rock­ing­ham-Man­durah.

Tim David was the hero on Satur­day tak­ing 4-14, while Chris Brabazon’s 62 was enough to get the Tigers a win against the Mariners on Sun­day.

Univer­sity started their sea­son in dif­fi­cult fash­ion go­ing down to Mid­land-Guild­ford and Scar­bor­ough.

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