Bracey, Ugle pave way for Mariners’ win

Southern Telegraph - - SPORT -

Rock­ing­ham- Man­durah re­turned to the winners’ cir­cle and the top of the WA Premier Cricket lad­der af­ter a 95- run win over Perth last Satur­day.

Half- cen­turies to opener Tyler Robertson ( 52), James Bracey ( 77) and Dane Ugle ( 60no) helped the Mariners to 6- 250 from 50 overs, with Bracey and Ugle’s 121- run part­ner­ship for the fourth- wicket the back­bone of the in­nings.

For­mer Mariner Kyle Gar­diner took some pun­ish­ment with the ball for Perth, go­ing for 0- 59 from 10 overs, while Jack Baker was the pick of Perth’s trundlers with 3- 26.

Perth’s chase never re­ally set­tled, with the Mariners claim­ing reg­u­lar wick­ets to bun­dle them out out for 155 in the 44th over.

Cap­tain Craig Sim­mons claimed 3- 13 and was well sup­ported by Joel Mar­ion ( 2- 16), Bran­don Jacobs ( 231) and Robertson ( 2- 32).

The vic­tory re­turned the Mariners to the top of the ta­ble af­ter Clare­mont- Ned­lands fell to a 13run de­feat to Fre­man­tle.

Rock­ing­ham- Man­durah face sixth- placed Melville at Tomp­kins Park on Satur­day.

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