Tigers ex­tend lead to firm as premier­ship fancies

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Training & Education -

CLARE­MONT-NED­LANDS is set to ex­tend its lead at the top of the Premier Cricket lad­der af­ter dom­i­nat­ing a stub­born Bayswa­ter-Mor­ley side dur­ing round 7.

Jack Cat­trall was the star, bag­ging five wick­ets to lead the Tigers bowl­ing line-up at Hill­crest Re­serve.

The Tigers bowled the Bears out for 221, with the vis­i­tors’ strong bat­ting lineup vi­tal to this week’s re­sult.

Matt Kelly and Jim Al­lenby both chipped in with two wick­ets, with the Tigers still the premier­ship fancies.

Su­bi­aco-Floreat is in trou­ble against a re­ju­ve­nated Rock­ing­ham-Man­durah out­fit that posted 9-345 at Lark Hill, with a Mitch Green cen­tury over­shad­ow­ing an­other ex­cel­lent bowl­ing per­for­mance from An­drew Holder.

The quick se­cured four wick­ets to go to the top of the wicket-tak­ing stand­ings, and Tim Mon­teleone cap­tured three wick­ets.

Univer­sity con­tin­ues to strug­gle as Wil­let­ton put the Stu­dents bowlers to the sword in a dom­i­nant bat­ting dis­play at James Oval. Tim Young was out­stand­ing with three wick­ets but the hosts could not find wick­ets at reg­u­lar in­ter­vals.

Pic­ture: Will Rus­sell d461851

Keen drift-skaters Monique Hashem (11), Jamie Ven­erys, Olivia Vi­vian and Jake Hashem (8).

Wil­let­ton bat­ting against Univer­sity.

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