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