Medium pace, max­i­mum ef­fect

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A FAN­TAS­TIC five-wicket haul from all-rounder Tim David led Clare­mon­tNed­lands to a dom­i­nant po­si­tion in their fix­ture against Univer­sity dur­ing Round Five of Pre­mier Cricket at James Oval.

The Univer­sity bats­men were in dis­ar­ray against the medium pacer, as David re­duced the hosts to 168 all out.

It could have been worse for the Stu­dents as they slumped to 9-114, be­fore English­man Harry Pod­more smashed 63 not out from 71 balls to add some re­spectabil­ity to the to­tal.

Kea­gan Africa was vi­tal against his old side as he took 3-27, with young­ster Brad Hope chip­ping in for a wicket of his own.

The Tigers ended the day in a dom­i­nant po­si­tion at 0-61, with debu­tant Kip Cameron un­beaten on 29, while Nick Hob­son was also not out on 28.

Jason Behren­dorff caused havoc early for Subiaco Floreat as he re­duced Wil­let­ton to 3-3, af­ter tak­ing wick­ets with the first two balls of the day at Bur­ren­dah Re­serve.

Even­tu­ally the Dragons fought back to post 202.

Behren­dorff was the pick of the bowlers with 4-21, with skip­per Chris Hans­berry chip­ping in with four of his own.

Subiaco Floreat finished the day at 1-33 as they chase full points this week­end.

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