Eller­slie whip Eden Roskill

Central Leader - - SPORT - By BEN ROGERS

After a strong first day Eller­slie com­pleted an out­right vic­tory over Eden Roskill, on day two of the Tom Hellaby Trophy clash at Keith Hay Park.

The vis­i­tors added another 27 runs to their overnight to­tal of 181/8, be­fore they were dis­missed as Roskill’s John Dolan com­pleted a five-wicket haul for the home side.

Roskill’s sec­ond in­nings then got off to a night­mare start, as they lost their first three wick­ets for just one run.

The home side were even­tu­ally dis­missed for 115, as Eller­slie claimed a vic­tory by an in­nings and eight runs.

Roskill meet Sub­urbs New Lynn tonight in the T20 com­pe­ti­tion and this Satur­day they take on Grafton in the two-day cham­pi­onship.

Sam An­der­son’s five wicket haul en­sured that Corn­wall re­main un­de­feated in the Tom Hellaby Cham­pi­onship.

Corn­wall’s Brad Che­maly’s 154 not out was a wel­come ad­di­tion to their mam­moth 336/4 first in­nings to­tal.

An­der­son re­turned the out­stand­ing fig­ures of 5/32 from his 20 overs, to guide his side to a first in­nings vic­tory.

Corn­wall will meet Grafton tonight as they be­gin the T20 com­pe­ti­tion and then take on North Shore this Satur­day in the two-day cham­pi­onship.

Re­spect given: Play­ers leave their bats and hats out in re­mem­brance of Aus­tralian crick­eter Phillip Hughes.

Fallen sol­dier: Eden Roskill play­ers take a minute’s si­lence in re­mem­brance of Aussie crick­eter Phillip Hughes.

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