Su­bi­aco Floreat frus­trated by Uni

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Inside & Outside Your Home -

SU­BI­ACO Floreat Cricket Club was left frus­trated af­ter fall­ing nar­rowly short of an out­right win against last­placed Univer­sity at Floreat Park Oval in Premier Cricket on Satur­day.

Subi’s An­drew Holder was the star tak­ing a 10-wicket haul as Univer­sity fin­ished 9-149 in its sec­ond in­nings, af­ter it had made 123 on the first day, with Subi declar­ing at 8-270 in re­ply.

Holder took four sec­ond-in­nings wick­ets, with Ash Blake and Chris Hans­berry tak­ing two each.

A match-sav­ing 65 from Max Hope and 33 from Matt Bir­rell kept their side from com­plete em­bar­rass­ment as they nar­rowly avoided out­right de­feat, leav­ing Subi frus­trated.

Ear­lier, Aaron Lilly was the star with the bat, mak­ing 115 from 162 de­liv­er­ies.

Chris Hans­berry hit a quick-fire 68, while Harry Pod­more took four wick­ets to con­tinue his con­sis­tent year.

Clare­mont-Nedlands re­main on top of the Premier Cricket ta­ble de­spite nar­rowly miss­ing out on a sec­ond-straight out­right vic­tory against Wan­neroo at Cress­well Park.

A rear­guard in­nings from young star Matt Spoors was enough for the Roos to pass the Tigers’ firstin­nings score.

Kea­gan Africa fin­ished with nine wick­ets for the game, while Jack Cat­trall and Dan Tur­kich took a wicket each.

In the Fe­male A Grade T20 com­pe­ti­tion on Sun­day, Univer­sity suf­fered a 100-run de­feat to Melville while Su­bi­aco Floreat had the bye.

There are only two games to go be­fore the Women’s Big Bash League starts.

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