Tigers eye Cup

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Look Local -

CLAREMONTNed­lands look set to se­cure the Kevin Sul­li­van Sil­ver Cup for the mi­nor premier­ship after an­other dom­i­nant first day per­for­mance against Mid­land-Guild­ford in Round 12 of Premier Cricket.

The Tigers took reg­u­lar wick­ets through­out the morn­ing ses­sion to have the Mon­key Town­ers 6-53, be­fore even­tu­ally bowl­ing them out for 143 at Cress­well Park on Satur­day.

Jack Cat­trall was once again the pick of the bowlers with 4-43, with Jim Al­lenby tak­ing the new ball with suc­cess, se­cur­ing three wick­ets.

The hosts are 2-115 in re­sponse, with some at­tack­ing stroke play from Travis Birt lead­ing the top side. Clare­mont will be in search of an out­right win next week­end.

Subiaco Floreat will need a strong bat­ting per­for­mance next week­end after a tough day in the field against Gos­nells at Suther­lands Park.

Chris Hans­berry was the pick of the bowlers with four wick­ets, in­clud­ing his 300th A Grade scalp, as Gos­nells reached 287.

Cameron Green showed his po­ten­tial with the ball fol­low­ing on from his hun­dred last week­end.

South Perth has set Univer­sity a tough task after hit­ting 290 on day one of their clash at James Oval, with Josh Dal­limore tak­ing ca­reerbest fig­ures for the home side.

Dal­limore claimed 6-98 in a rear­guard per­for­mance, with Rob Jones ham­mer­ing a cen­tury. Harry Pod­more bowled 28 overs for the day in a work­man-like per­for­mance. El­liot Raiter

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