Byrne no­tice

South Coast Bap­tist Col­lege stu­dent Sam Byrne was part of the WA Foot­ball West State Team and com­peted in NSW.

Kwinana Courier - - News - Aaron Kirby

KWINANA’S Sec­ond Grade went into day 2 against Piara Wa­ters need­ing to de­fend 208 for vic­tory.

The bowlers started slowly, claim­ing the first wicket with the score on 61.

The wick­ets came more reg­u­larly af­ter, that with Kurt Ver­donk tak­ing 3-47.

The fi­nal five wick­ets fell for just 13 runs, giv­ing Kwinana the win, as Piara Wa­ters were bowled out for 175.

Fourth Grade ar­rived at Thorn­lie Oval look­ing to re­gain some pride, with Thorn­lie only need­ing five runs to win.

Kwinana’s bowlers barely made a dent as Thorn­lie’s open­ers both made hun­dreds and even­tu­ally de­clared the in­nings at 4-306.

Kwinana’s bats­men were then rolled for 70 to record an out­right loss.

One-Day Bs bat­ted first against CBC with a new-look team in round 3.

The bats­men put on a de­cent to­tal of 145 thanks to some late-or­der hit­ting from Rod Cribbs (40).

CBC cruised past the to­tal to fin­ish on 8-208.

Spin­ners Be­van Kear­ney (3-38) and Aaron Kirby (4-42) closed out the in­nings.

One-Day Gs were at home against Perth Tamil.

Kwinana had Perth in trou­ble at 2-10.

They then had them at 6-57 be­fore late-or­der part­ner­ships lifted the to­tal to 151.

Peter Geere (64) and Steve Ni­chols (25) led the way with the bat, but Kwinana fell for 134.

State rep­re­sen­ta­tive Sam Byrne.

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