On behalf of the BHRDCA Junior Executive Committee, I would like to congratulate the following players for being selected to represent the BHRDCA in the U12 Browne Plate or Mitchell Shield:

 

 

 

NAME CLUB
Bardwell, Jade Blackburn
Carter, Liam Surrey Hills
Carter, Morgan Surrey Hills
Coates, Jack Mitcham
Coates, Josh Mitcham
Corbally, Connor East Doncaster
Cosham, Bryce Heathmont
Cullen, Jack Park Orchards
Hamzovski, Samir Yarraleen
Hansen, Toby Yarraleen
Heron, Matthew Heatherdale
Holloway, Jayden Mitcham
Horsnaill, Ben Blackburn
Howell, Dominic Heatherdale
Hubber, Kieren Blackburn
Irish, Jordan Doncaster
Joseph, Matthew Heatherdale
Lammardo, Ben Blackburn
Matheson, Blake Templestowe
Pancholi, Prithish Mulgrave W Hill
Powell, Liam GWH
Rae, Liam Forest Hill
Reynolds, Simon East Doncaster
Sticca, Josh Bulleen Temp.
Tampeo-Lee, Jackson Templestowe
Tellis, Kurt Mulgrave W Hill
Wynne, Ethan Heathmont

 

There will be one more practice match between two sides selected from these players only. Details of date and venue for this and cap presentation for both teams will be announced soon.

 

First matches for both teams are on Monday 6/01/14. There will be a further notice detailling those players that have been selected in each U12 team.

 

Many thanks to the selection / coaching team of Jason Irish, Justin Lui, David Banfield.

 

Thank you to every player and parent that has been involved in the trial process so far. The standard of play has been extremely high and you should be very proud of yourself for making it this far in the process. For the boys that have not been successful in progressing to the final squads, please don’t be too disappointed, but keep trying your hardest at club level and hopefully you will be invited to try again next season.

 

Good luck for the rest of the cricket season, we wish you all the very best.

 

CONTACT:

Ross Chambers

Junior Competition Secretary / Representative Manager B.H.R.D.C.A.

e-mail: chambers.ross@optusnet.com.au

Mobile: 0432 660 951

To all Junior BHRDCA Cricketers:

 

The announcement of the final squads for the six junior BHRDCA rep teams has been delayed. This is due mainly to the selectors being faced with deciding from many, many talented cricketers.

 

Some of the teams are decided, but we don’t think it is fair to announce those until all teams are final. Please be patient, we hope to publish all the teams very soon.

 

There is also another matter that needs to be brought to the attention of all the parents of players in contention for the final teams. The following letter is from Mr. Peter Rosenthal, president of the BHRDCA, on behalf of the Committee of Management. If anyone has any questions regarding this or any other junior matter, please do not hesitate to contact Ross Chambers on 0432 660 951, or at: chambers.ross@optusnet.com.au

 

Dear Parent:

 

As we near another representative campaign for our junior cricketers, this year there will be a small cost on each player.

 

A review of association costs in 2012/13, revealed that representative cricket across the association costs in excess of $13,000- for our junior, U/21, senior and veterans teams. This includes clothing, match balls, net hire, ground hire, umpires fees and some catering. This cost is not continually sustainable without some balancing of the scales.

 

We appreciate there is already a cost to play in terms of time committed to the cause, annual leave taken and holidays forfeited. In recent years the BHRDCA representative cricket has been rejuvenated with the exceptionally hard work of our volunteer administrators, coaches and managers. This has resulted in on field success and provides an environment that gives all players the best chance to improve and succeed individually and as a team.

 

We know other associations charge nearly $200- for the privilege of playing and it is not our intent to price people out of this great opportunity for their children. For the 2014 carnival, there will be a levy of $50- per player. This will offset some of the costs incurred as mentioned above. The BHRDCA continues to seek to improve itself and sponsorship opportunities are being sought, and signed, on an ongoing basis. These sponsorships also contribute to costs the association incur.

 

Thanks in advance for your understanding and we look forward to another successful January.

 

Regards

 

BHRDCA

Committee of Management

 

Last Sunday The BHRDCA won both games in the Wilson and McIntosh Shield grades against RDCA & ECA to claim both trophies for the first time.

 

More details will follow in the next few days but a great effort with Arthur McKenzie adjudged the player of the Wilson Shield series and Luke Davis receiving the same in the McIntosh Shield series.

 

A  HUGE thanks to Blackburn CC who were great hosts.

Training_2  Training_1

 

Sunday, 1 December 2013

 

McINTOSH SHIELD SQUADS

 

Game No.1 – McIntosh Shield T20 game played on Morton Park East (top ground @ Blackburn CC)
Start time: 9:30am (All McIntosh Shield players to be on the ground for warm ups by 9am)
BHRDCA vs RDCA

1. BEN JOHNSON – FHCC (Shirt No.7)
2. CHARLES ERASMUS – FHCC (Shirt No.10)
3. LUKE DAVIS – BCC (Shirt No.9)
4. JACK BERRY – BTCC (Shirt No.2)
5. LUKE MASON – (VC) – BTCC (Shirt No.4)
6. STEPHEN ALDERTON – (CAPT) – BSCC (Shirt No.3)
7. HEATH O’DWYER – BCC (Shirt No.5)
8. JASON THOMPSON – BSCC (Shirt No.12)
9. TRAVIS PARSONAGE – BHNSKCC (Shirt No.11)
10. JARROD THORP – HCC (Shirt No.6)
11. MITCHELL SCOTT – VCC (Shirt No.8)

 

 

Game No.2 – McIntosh Shield T20 game played on Morton Park East (top ground @ Blackburn CC)
Start time: 3:30pm (All McIntosh Shield players to be ready for warm ups by 2:45pm)
BHRDCA vs ECA

1. BEN JOHNSON – FHCC (Shirt No.7)
2. MICK AMOR – BTCC (Shirt No.15)
3. LUKE DAVIS – BCC (Shirt No.9)
4. SEAN DE KRETSER – (CAPT) – HCC (Shirt No.13)
5. HEATH O’DWYER – BCC (Shirt No.5)
6. JACK BERRY – BTCC (Shirt No.2)
7. STEPHEN ALDERTON – (VC) – BSCC (Shirt No.3)
8. LUKE MASON – BTCC (Shirt No.4)
9. JASON THOMPSON – BSCC (Shirt No.12)
10.TRAVIS PARSONAGE – BHNSKCC (Shirt No.11)
11. MITCHELL SCOTT – VCC (Shirt No.8)
12. CHARLES ERASMUS – FHCC (Shirt No.10) (if needed)

 

Training_7   Training_5

 

WILSON SHIELD SQUADS

 

Game No.1 – WILSON Shield T20 game played on Morton Park West (Bottom ground @ Blackburn CC)
Start time: 9:30am (All WILSON Shield players to be on the ground for warm ups by 9am)
BHRDCA vs RDCA

1. JORDAN WISE – KUCC – CAPT
2. SAM NOBLE – DCC
3. PATRICK LUBY – EPCC
4. SHANE LUBY – EPCC
5. APURWA SARVE – GWHCC
6. ROSS HENDERSON – LCC
7. ASH KEYS – LCC
8. JARROD KEYS – LCC
9. MATTHEW STELLA – KUCC
10. LAITHRU ANTHONY – VSCC
11. JAMES FENNER – KHCC
12. ARTHUR MCKENZIE – KUCC if needed

 

 

Game No.2 – WILSON Shield T20 game played on Morton Park West (Bottom ground @ Blackburn CC)
Start time: 3:30pm (All WILSON Shield players to be ready for warm ups by 2:45pm)
BHRDCA vs ECA

 

1. JORDAN WISE – KUCC – CAPT
2. SAM NOBLE – DCC
3. PATRICK LUBY – EPCC
4. SHANE LUBY – EPCC
5. APURWA SARVE – GWHCC
6. ROSS HENDERSON – LCC
7. ASH KEYS – LCC
8. JARROD KEYS – LCC
9. ARTHUR MCKENZIE – KUCC
10. LAITHRU ANTHONY – VSCC
11. RYAN HILLAS – KUCC
12. JAMES FENNER – KHCC if needed

Sunday 24th November, 2013

 

Our boys were clinical in their disposal of the Williamstown & District Cricket Association in a rain affected match at Harry Trott Oval. Inclement weather forced the game to be reduced to 26 overs per side and on a largely flat and lifeless wicket we were sent in by the opposition, a decision that the opposition captain no doubt regrets. We bowled quick, full and fast to have the opposition reeling at 4/27 before Aaron ‘Puppy Dog’ Clarke came on with his off spinners, he bowled with grace and twirl and finished with stunning figures of 5/11 and as the opposition crumbled to be all out for just 50. In reply we were never really challenged, Charles Erasmus (30*) and Scott Edwards (14*) saw us to a crushing ten wicket victory. A clearly emotional Bobby Mudher had this to say after the game ‘We are the best bunch of blokes’.  The boys next game takes place on the 8th of December at Dempster Park, Sunshine against the North Metro CA. A strong performance could see our u/21s play off in a semi final for the second season running.

 

With Round 4 came a mixture of results, upsets, convincing wins and nail biters. One thing though was certain; the cricket was as good as ever.

 

McIntosh Shield

 

At Morton Park Blackburn moved to second position on the Shield ladder with a hard fought win over the in form Box Hill North Super Kings. The Super Kings were missing both centurions from round 3’s demolition of St Davids and the home side took full advantage. The visiting side slumped to 6-3 before some smart middle order batting and a 62 run 10th wicket partnership saw them post a competitive 220. An unbeaten 67 from skipper Luke Davis meant that the Burners were able to chase the runs rather comfortably, finishing victors by 4 wickets still with 11 overs left in the days play.

 

Bulleen Templestowe showed that they would again be around the mark in season 2013/14. The Bullant’s sent in Blackburn South at Ted Ajani reserve and that certainly seemed to be the right decision. Lee Woolcock ensured that the home side took full advantage, his legspinners taking 4/53 saw the Cobras all out for just 165. Two late wickets on the first day gave the visiting side a little sniff but that was where it ended the home side were largely untroubled after that as they finished the match on 4/201 to move to 4th position on the ladder. Half centuries from Jack Berry and Luke Mason were the highlights of that innings.

 

At the start of the round only two sides were anchored to the bottom of the ladder without a win for season 2013/14. East Box Hill hosted Mitcham at Howard Wilson Oval in an early season battle to stave off relegation whispers. The Tigers opted to bat first but a brilliant new ball spell from Campbell ‘Spud’ Gauld saw them reeling at 3-22 and despite a well compiled 48 from Mark Wheeler they were never able to get their innings going. 3/27 from stand in skipper Angus Gauld meant his Breakers would be chasing a modest 170 for victory. At 3/43 the game was still very much in the balance before a 60 run partnership between Atilla Yaman and Brendt Henricus restored some stability and ensured East Box Hill would get their first win of the season. Henricus finished with a marvelous 107* as the home sides innings was eventually declared at 5/252.

 

The upset of the round came at Donvale Reserve where the new kids on the block St Davids accounted for last seasons premiers Heatherdale. Sent in to bat in the first week the home side were anchored splendidly by Brent Williams, who in a remarkable effort batted the entire 80 overs to finish 85* (250) not out. Just 2 wickets down at tea St Davids were able to post a competitive 8/213 on a very slow outfield. Heatherdale’s run chase got off to a brisk start, despite losing De Kretser (9) early they were able to consolidate and were around about 100 runs shy of the target at the tea interval. Lachlan Johns 9 boundary 77 was absolutely superb but when he departed at 5/137 just after the break the game drastically changed course. Dean Sofianopoulos destroyed the Heatherdale bottom order with his disciplined bowling and relentless pressure, the visiting side lost 6 wickets for just 16 runs to be all out for 153. Sofianopoulos finished with 6/23 while Williams backed up his efforts with the bat with 1/30 and two great catches in the gully. With still 19 overs left in he day the Brownlows had a second innings but this was rather inconsequential as they finished 1/63, Sloan 30 (43) and Williams 21*(47) providing some late entertainment for the spectators.

 

At East Burwood Reserve Sean Bramstedt continued his love affair with the Vermont Cricket Club, the EBBCC captain saw the home side put on what eventually turned out to be a match winning 269. In reply Vermont were able to post 221, largely thanks to a career best haul of 5/36 from opening bowler Simon Cocks. This was a very important win by the home side as it sees them square their ledger at 2-2 for season 2013/14.

 

In the last shield match of the round Templestowe were comprehensively out played by a clinical Forest Hill side. The Zebras are now alone at the top of the McIntosh Shield ladder undefeated with 4 wins. A 10 boundary 50 from Aaron Taun-Henderon , 40 from Charles Erasmus and a start from virtually every other batsman allowed the home side to make 282. Luke Costa continued his good form with the ball, taking 3/60 while young spinner Jacob Bevacqua was the pick of the bowlers with 4/58. With only Zaicos (34) providing any real resistance at the top of the order  the Stowers were all out in the 47th over for just 155, their third score under 160 for the season.

 

Wilson Shield

 

Vermont South officially kicked off their season with an impressive 95 run victory over this seasons big improver Laburnum. 5 batsmen made over 30 for the vultures with Sudesh Guruge’s powerful 111 the main reason the home side were able to post 6/345. In reply Laburnum were not completely disgraced, proven performer Jarrod Keys was brilliant with 109 while new recruit Brad Leed made 42. Laburnum still currently sit in the top 4 with 3 wins and just this one loss.

 

Last seasons grand finalists Kerrimuir United also opened their account with a crushing 102 run demolition of Doncaster. Opting to bat first at Springfield Park the home side posted 5/257 largely thanks to a demoralizing unbeaten 140 from Ryan Hillas. Some brilliant bowling at the top of the innings saw the visiting team slump to 4 for 41 and from that they never could recover. Watson 3/34 was the pick of the bowlers as Mahir Qureshi (44) was the only batsman to show any real fight.

 

At Eley Park the home side’s top order struggled against the sheer pace and skill of Nick Greenhalf to be all out for just 168. Wilson Shields most in-form bowler was brilliant with 5/30 off 24 overs, he and left arm spinner Trev Patrao 3/43 didn’t allow them a look in as they posted that below-par score. The home side really struggled to take wickets at regular intervals and 34* from skipper Clinton Proctor and 36* from BHRDCA warhorse Billy Karametos saw the Nungers to 6/201 and another set of 6 points.

 

The most impressive individual performance of the round came at Capital Reserve. Leigh Odermatt bowled at his devastating best taking 3/7 and removing the dangerous Apurwa Sarve for just one. Combined with Nathan Mills 3/36 the Glen Waverly Hawks were only capable of posting a paltry 113 and at stumps on day one Blackburn North were halfway there. The Bulldogs innings eventually finished at 3/196 with that man Leigh Odermatt scoring an unbeaten 116, his first century in any form of cricket and the big fella was certainly very pleased with his efforts! Congratulations and well batted Leigh!

 

Xavier Barry-Murphy completed a fantastic comeback to cricket with an unbeaten 116 at Heatherdale Reserve as a Mulgrave/Wheelers Hill side without Travis Balaam was largely uncompetitive in this last match of the round. Barry-Murphy’s innings included 15 4s and helped his side post a huge 7/294. In reality this was always going to be a tall order for the visiting side. The top order put up somewhat of a fight before eventually folding to leave the tail exposed and were bowled out for 152.

 

VMCU: Neil Wright U21 Shield

 

Our boys were clinical in their disposal of the Williamstown & District Cricket Association in a rain affected match at Harry Trott Oval. Inclement weather forced the game to be reduced to 26 overs per side and on a largely flat and lifeless wicket we were sent in by the opposition, a decision that the opposition captain no doubt regrets. We bowled quick, full and fast to have the opposition reeling at 4/27 before Aaron ‘Puppy Dog’ Clarke came on with his off spinners, he bowled with grace and twirl and finished with stunning figures of 5/11 and as the opposition crumbled to be all out for just 50. In reply we were never really challenged, Charles Erasmus (30*) and Scott Edwards (14*) saw us to a crushing ten wicket victory. A clearly emotional Bobby Mudher had this to say after the game ‘We are the best bunch of blokes’.  The boys next game takes place on the 8th of December at Dempster Park, Sunshine against the North Metro CA. A strong performance could see our u/21s play off in a semi final for the second season running.

This week’s Reporter Wrap written by Paul Semertzidis 

Round Highlights

 

SCORE PLAYER CLUB GRADE OPPOSITION
140* Ryan Hillas Kerrimuir United Wilson Shield Grade Doncaster
116* Leigh Odermatt Blackburn North Wilson Shield Grade Glen Waverley Hawks
116* Xavier Barry-Murphy Heatherdale Wilson Shield Grade Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club
115 David Patterson Vermont C Grade Laburnum Cricket Club (previously NCoCCC)
114 Sean Bramstedt East Burwood McIntosh Shield Grade Vermont
113 Scott Cunningham Vermont South A Grade Syndal
111 Sudesh Umayanga Guruge Vermont South Wilson Shield Grade Laburnum Cricket Club (previously NCoCCC)
109* Jarrod Keys Laburnum Cricket Club (previously NCoCCC) Wilson Shield Grade Vermont South
108 Gaurav Malhotra Heatherdale McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds St Davids
107* Brendt Henricus East Box Hill McIntosh Shield Grade Mitcham

 

Best Bowling Performances

 

 

BOWL PLAYER CLUB GRADE OPPOSITION
7/35 Joel Norman-Hade South Sharks D Grade Eley Park
7/37 Ryan Marshman Nunawading C Grade Kerrimuir United
7/41 Michael Armstrong Glen Waverley Hawks D Grade Koonung Heights
7/45 Ashok S Xavier Box Hill North Super Kings B Grade Blackburn
7/52 Guy Steel Koonung Heights D Grade Glen Waverley Hawks
6/15 James Florence Bulleen Templestowe One Day B Grade Blackburn North
6/23 Dean Sofianopoulos St Davids McIntosh Shield Grade Heatherdale
6/32 Brayden Beaton Forest Hill McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds Templestowe
6/36 Justin O’Dwyer Heatherdale B Grade Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club
6/39 Sam Kaudinya Burwood District One Day B Grade Koonung Heights
6/50 Lachlan McDowell Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club E Grade Blackburn

 

Best Fielding Performances

 

C RO ST PLAYER CLUB GRADE OPPOSITION
4 0 1 Blake Herreen Box Hill North Super Kings C Grade Koonung Heights
2 3 Andrew Morrison Templestowe McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds Forest Hill
4 0 Matthew Nicholson Park Orchards A Grade Koonung Heights
4 0 Lachlan McKenzie Blackburn B Grade Box Hill North Super Kings
4 0 Bryce Litchfield Box Hill North Super Kings McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds Blackburn
4 0 Gerard Atilemile Laburnum Cricket Club (previously NCoCCC) C Grade Vermont
4 0 Alex Brennan Blackburn South D Grade Bulleen Templestowe
3 0 1 Danyon McNeilly East Burwood E Grade Doncaster
2 1 1 Huon Bertino Deakin A Grade Yarraleen cricket club
2 1 1 Jack McDonald East Box Hill Under 16 A Grade Blackburn
1 3 Glen Mackie Nunawading One Day C Grade Melbourne Falcons Cricket Club

 

Doncaster hosted Vermont Sth at Boronia Grove and batting first compiled a competitive 6/214cc. Ben Hirsch and Sam MacDonald set the early running with a fine 2nd wicket stand before Hirsch retired hurt for 36. Joe Blyth took up the challenge with a handy 22 but it was MacDonald’s 79 that was the backbone of the innings with Vermont Sths wickets evenly shared.

 

 

Namzi Ozkam made early breakthroughs before Jayden MacLeod and Matthew Sutherland played vital support roles to a brilliant 101* by Tom Cunningham to get Vermont Sth home with 5 wickets to spare in a tight and exciting finish.

 

 

Both Heatherdale and Donvale were desperately chasing points at Heatherdale Reserve but batting first the home side were quickly in trouble against some excellent Donvale bowling and despite a fighting 33 from Ben Joseph it was bowlers Josh White, Nathan Fraser, Riley Winton and Darcey Brush who shared the wickets around to knock Heatherdale over for only 76.

 

 

Scenting victory the Donvale bats put their head down and proved far too strong in reply running out comfortable winners at 4/152 with all batsmen getting a start, Jackson Ford top scoring with 46.

 

 

Park Orchards looked early doors as if they were going to post a big score and give ladder leaders Vermont a real fight. Consistent Rudi Hunt and Michael Minz combined to post a healthy 78 run opening stand and Prahn Nicholson kept the runs ticking along to bring up three figures with only 1 down. The introduction of Fraser Day and Max Healey to the bowling crease started the rot with Mitchell Tomkins-Barry snaring an impressive 3/4 to close out the innings at 8/139cc.

 

 

A slow Eagles start gave Park Orchards early hope but this was quickly dashed by Ryan Phillips who posted a tremendous unbeaten ton supported by fine all-round performances by Tomkins-Barry 23 and Healey 49 to ensure Vermont kept their unbeaten run intact.

 

 

It was a confident Blackburn Sth that travelled down to H E Parker Reserve to take on Heathmont in what promised to be a tight and entertaining clash. It was therefore somewhat of a surprise to see Blackburn Sth wickets tumble at an alarming rate to some hostile bowling by opener James King who was ably supported by Tom Delaney 3/13 and James Kelly 2/17 to be all out for only 76.

 

 

Heathmont however made heavy work of knocking of the runs against a steady attack, it took an excellent all round performance by Tom Deleaney who backed up his bowling with a handy 25 to steer Heathmont home with 5 wickets still in the shed in this low scoring affair.

 

 

Perhaps the most exciting finish of the round was at East Burwood where the home side hosted the Zebras in what was to prove another low scoring affair. Batting first Forest Hill struggled against the bowling of Justin Meridith 3/11 and Jackson Ealy 3/29 and they only just limped past the 100 mark thanks mainly to Gavin Carusi’s 24 and Ben Matthews 19 accounting for nearly half their total.

 

 

Carusi was again prominent for the Zebras when it came time for East Burwood to bat as the bowlers again dominated the bat as the match swung one way and then the other. The loss of Mitch Gale when it seemed East Burwood were slowly but surely coasting to victory gave the Forest Hill bowlers heart and as the score rose slowly and wickets fell it was down to the last pairing to eke out the final few runs as spectators chewed their nails and encouraged their “boys” on. In the end a well struck boundary saw East Burwood over the line in a match that could have so easily gone the other way.

 

 

Picking the Maddocks Sports Player of the Round is again an impossible task with the twin tons of Vermont South’s Tom Cunningham and Vermont’s Ryan Phillips sharing the award.

 

 

Bring on Rd 5 – Peter

Please note: The MyCricket fixtures for the T20 comp are correct. There is NO game this evening. The next game is on TUESDAY 3RD DECEMBER. Please disregard the dates in the manual originally published and refer to the dates in MyCricket. Thank-you. BHRDCA CoM

BHRDCA Twenty 20 Manual 2013_14 

Note to U/16 Rep Squad. The intra- club practice match on Sunday 1/12/13 at Heatherdale Cricket Club will now start at 9am and finish around 1.30pm. Please arrive at 8.30am for a proper warm up. Thank-you.

If you missed 3WBC’s Neutral Corner last Friday here are the podcasts from the BHRDCA boys – Micham’s Brad Lavelle and the President of Blackburn Sth Ben Dall.

 

Brad Lavelle

 

Ben Dall

 

Thanks again to Dougal Austin and Matt Lee for providing us with these podcast.

The Neutral Corner is on 94.1 every Friday from 7-10am.

 

Thank-you for recently taking part in try-outs for the U16 BHRDCA junior representative teams. The response from all clubs in nominating, and inviting their players to participate has been excellent this season, and all participants have represented themselves, and their clubs as true cricketers.

 

The below list of players are required to take part in an “intra- club” practice match on Sunday 1/12/13 at:

 

Heatherdale Cricket Club

Heatherdale Reserve No.1

Purches St Street

Mitcham

map 49 C12

 

The match will start at 10 am. Arrive by 9 am please for a proper warm up. Finish about 4pm.

 

Please wear shorts or track pants, runners (no spikes), and a white top (your club playing shirt if possible). You will also need to bring your cricket kit with you (bat, pads, helmet, gloves etc), and some lunch and a cold drink. Please also bring your keeping gear if you are a regular keeper for your club team. And don’t forget the sunscreen, and a cap or floppy hat.

 

 

 

Full Name BHRDCA club
Baysinger, Michael East Burwood
Box, James Heatherdale
Carusi, Conlan Box Hill North SK
Davis, Brad East Box Hill
Douglas, Liam Heathmont
Dowland, James Blackburn
Epstein, Rafael Doncaster
Ericjoy, Nick Templestowe
Feltham, James Mitcham
Gill, Kirath East Box Hill
Grierson, Lucas Heatherdale
Harte, Jordan Blackburn
Howell, Sam Heatherdale
Johnston, Benjamin Mitcham
Joseph, Ben Heatherdale
Kral, Joshua Heatherdale
Lane, Nelson Forest Hill
Macrokanis, Thomas Park Orchards
Mahoney, Mitchell Blackburn
McKenzie, Lachlan Blackburn
Morrison, Jack Vermont
Patterson, Corey Blackburn
Rahman, Mujahid Heathmont
Rimmer, Tom Vermont
Rose, Christopher Heathmont
Ross, Ben Mitcham
Sandhu, Jagteshwar East Box Hill
Sevior, Matt Vermont
Stewart, Matthew Heatherdale
Vasan, Vasish East Box Hill
Vidajic, Adrian Yarraleen
White, James Vermont

 

 

Thank you to every player and parent that has been involved in the trial process so far. The standard of play has been extremely high and you should be very proud of yourself for making it this far in the process. For the boys that have not been successful in progressing to the practice match, please don’t be too disappointed, but keep trying your hardest at club level and hopefully you will be invited to try again next season.

 

Good luck for the rest of the cricket season, we wish you all the very best”.

 

 

Ross Chambers

Junior Competition Secretary / Representative Manager

B.H.R.D.C.A.

e-mail: chambers.ross@optusnet.com.au

Mobile: 0432 660 951

 

Thank-you for recently taking part in try-outs for the U14 BHRDCA junior representative teams. The response from all clubs in nominating, and inviting their players to participate has been excellent this season, and all participants have represented themselves, and their clubs as true cricketers. An e-mail has been sent to all boys that provided an e-mail address. If you have not received this, then please contact me.

 

The below list of players are required to take part in practice matches against South East Cricket Association, on Sunday 1/12/13 at:

 

Blackburn South Cricket Club

Mirrabooka Reserve ovals 1 and 2

Holland Road

Blackburn South

map 61 K3

 

The matches will start at 10 am. Arrive by 9 am please for a proper warm up. Finish about 4pm.

 

Please wear shorts or track pants, runners (no spikes), and a white top (your club playing shirt if possible). Also, please stick a self-adhesive paper tag on your shirt, with your full name on the tag. You will also need to bring your cricket kit with you (bat, pads, helmet, gloves etc) and a cold drink. Please also bring your keeping gear if you are a regular keeper for your club team. And don’t forget the sunscreen, and a cap or floppy hat.

 

To parents…as we are hosting another association, please provide some fruit, or sandwiches, or cake/ biscuits, that can be shared by our boys and the opposition players, and officials. In a way, this is also a practice match for our wonderful parents. Cold cordial will be supplied by the BHRDCA.

 

 

Full Name BHRDCA club
Anderson, Ben Heatherdale
Balamurugan, Ranjit Mulgrave W Hill
Bino-Thomas, Frank East Box Hill
Blanchard, Lachlan Bulleen Temp.
Browne, Declan Heatherdale
Carroll, Thomas Park Orchards
Clark, Lachlan Vermont
Eaton, Matt Vermont
Gill, Karan East Box Hill
Hardie, Alistair Mitcham
Harte, Sam Blackburn
Hartnett, Lex Park Orchards
Hodges, Gregory Heatherdale
Hubber, Brant Blackburn
Johnston, Thomas East Box Hill
Kohne, Mitchell Mulgrave W Hill
McCarthy, Aidan Forest Hill
McCarthy, Ben Forest Hill
McDonald, Nicholas East Box Hill
McNally, Henry Vermont
Mumford, Isaac Heathmont
Murray, Josh Blackburn
Olley, Dylan Vermont
Rathi, Aryaman Yarraleen
Reid, Callum Vermont
Rowe, Jack Blackburn South
Sticca, Jake Bulleen Temp.
Tallariti, Daniel Box Hill North
Tellis, Auzburt Mulgrave W Hill
Toppi, Christian Templestowe
Wagh, Videsh Glen W Hawks
Warhurst, Harrison Park Orchards
Welsh, Rohan Forest Hill

 

 

Thank you to every player and parent that has been involved in the trial process so far. The standard of play has been extremely high and you should be very proud of yourself for making it this far in the process. For the boys that have not been successful in progressing to the practice matches, please don’t be too disappointed, but keep trying your hardest at club level and hopefully you will be invited to try again next season.

 

Good luck for the rest of the cricket season, we wish you all the very best”.

 

 

Ross Chambers

Junior Competition Secretary / Representative Manager

B.H.R.D.C.A.

e-mail: chambers.ross@optusnet.com.au

Mobile: 0432 660 951

Thank-you for recently taking part in try-outs for the U12 BHRDCA junior representative teams. The response from all clubs in nominating, and inviting their players to participate has been excellent this season, and all participants have represented themselves, and their clubs as true cricketers. An e-mail has been sent to all boys that provided an e-mail address. If you have not received this, then please contact me.

 

The below list of players are required to take part in practice matches against South East Cricket Association, on Sunday 1/12/13 at:

 

East Burwood Cricket Club

East Burwood Reserve

Burwood Highway

East Burwood

map 62 B7

 

The matches will start at 10 am. Arrive by 9 am please for a proper warm up. Finish about 4pm.

 

Please wear shorts or track pants, runners (no spikes), and a white top (your club playing shirt if possible). Also, please stick a self-adhesive paper tag on your shirt, with your full name on the tag. You will also need to bring your cricket kit with you (bat, pads, helmet, gloves etc) and a cold drink. Please also bring your keeping gear if you are a regular keeper for your club team. And don’t forget the sunscreen, and a cap or floppy hat.

 

To parents…as we are hosting another association, please provide some fruit, or sandwiches, or cake/ biscuits, that can be shared by our boys and the opposition players, and officials. In a way, this is also a practice match for our wonderful parents. Cold cordial will be supplied by the BHRDCA.

 

 

Banfield, Will Vermont Sth
Bardwell, Jade Blackburn
Carbone, Michael East Doncaster
Carter, Liam Surrey Hills
Carter, Morgan Surrey Hills
Coates, Jack Mitcham
Coates, Josh Mitcham
Corbally, Connor East Doncaster
Cosham, Bryce Heathmont
Cullen, Jack Park Orchards
Dempsey, Patrick Bulleen Temp.
Griffin, Thomas Mitcham
Hamzovski, Samir Yarraleen
Hansen, Toby Yarraleen
Heron, Matthew Heatherdale
Holloway, Jayden Mitcham
Horsnaill, Ben Blackburn
Howell, Dominic Heatherdale
Hubber, Kieren Blackburn
Irish, Jordan Bulleen Temp.
Joseph, Matthew Heatherdale
Lammardo, Ben Blackburn
Livingstone, Ben Heathmont
Matherson, Joel Bulleen Temp.
Matheson, Blake Templestowe
McCarthy, Jesse Box Hill North
Pancholi, Prithish Mulgrave W Hill
Powell, Liam GWH
Rahman, Majeed Heathmont
Reynolds, Simon East Doncaster
Sticca, Josh Bulleen Temp.
Tampeo-Lee, Jackson Templestowe
Tellis, Kurt Mulgrave W Hill
Toop, Joshua Templestowe
Wynne, Ethan Heathmont
Schreiber, Kaden Blackburn South

 

 

Thank you to every player and parent that has been involved in the trial process so far. The standard of play has been extremely high and you should be very proud of yourself for making it this far in the process. For the boys that have not been successful in progressing to the practice matches, please don’t be too disappointed, but keep trying your hardest at club level and hopefully you will be invited to try again next season.

 

Good luck for the rest of the cricket season, we wish you all the very best”.

 

 

Ross Chambers

Junior Competition Secretary / Representative Manager

B.H.R.D.C.A.

e-mail: chambers.ross@optusnet.com.au

Mobile: 0432 660 951

 

When entering a MyCricket Result that reflects a 1st Innings victory, all clubs & MyCricket Administrators should choose WIN FIRST INNINGS as their RESULT Option. NOTE: Choosing WIN FIRST INNINGS (ONE DAY) in a non One Day Competition will not allocate the appropriate Match Points and subsequently the ladders will not reflect the correct Match Points.

 

The RESULT Option: WIN FIRST INNING (ONE DAY) should only be used by those teams participating in the One Day Grades.

 

REPRESENTATIVE CRICKET
SENIOR MENS OPEN AGE ~ SEASON 2013/14

 

Twenty – 20 format x 2 Games – WHITE BALL
1ST DECEMBER 2013 AT MORTON PARK BLACKBURN. NO 2

 

WILSON SHIELD – SQUAD –

 

TRAINING AT KERRIMUIR CRICKET CLUB – 27 TH NOVEMBER 2013 AT 6PM
CORNER DORKING ROAD & SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOX HILL NORTH.

 

Notify JORDAN, BOBBY OR ANDREW OF AVAILABILITY PLEASE (contact details below)

 

JORDAN WISE – CAPT – KUCC

ASH KEYS – VICE CAPT – LCC

ARTHUR MCKENZIE – KUCC

ROSS HENDERSON – LCC

SAM NOBLE – DCC

MARK ALBISTON – DCC

NICK GREENHALF – KHCC

APURWA SARVE – GWHCC

LUKE GALLE – GWHCC

LATHIRU ANTHONY – VSCC

TRAVIS ROWE – BNCC

SUDESH GURAGE – VSCC

SHANE LUBY – EPCC

PATRICK LUBY – EPCC

ADAM MASTERS – EPCC

MATTHEW STELLA – KUCC

JARROD KEYS- LCC

RYAN HILLAS – KUCC

DYLAN ELLIS – KUCC

ANDREW KOVASSY – HCC

JOSH WATERS – DCC

DAMAN SINGH – KUCC

TRAVIS BALAAM – MWHCC

XAVIER BARRY MURPHY- HCC

 

 

PLEASE NOTIFY JORDAN WISE OF AVAILABILITY

 

 

CALL

Andrew Gill – 0418 555 904 – LEAVE MSG OR SMS
Bobby Mudher – 0414 451 921 – LEAVE MSG OR SMS
Matt Williams – 0438 355 112 – LEAVE MSG OR SMS

 

It is an honour and a tradition to play representative games and we would like to prove to other Competitions that BHRDCA is, a strong and talented competition.

 

Food and Drinks will be provided after training. 7pm.

 

REPRESENTATIVE CRICKET
SENIOR MENS OPEN AGE – SEASON 2013-14

 

Twenty – 20 format x 2 Games – WHITE BALL
1ST DECEMBER 2013 AT MORTON PARK BLACKBURN.

 

McIntosh Shield – SQUAD –

 

TRAINING AT KERRIMUIR CRICKET CLUB – 27TH NOVEMBER, 2013 AT 6PM
CORNER DORKING ROAD & SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOX HILL NORTH.

 

Notify SEAN, BOBBY OR ANDREW OF AVAILABILITY PLEASE  (contact details below)

 

 

 

SEAN DE KRETSER – CAPT – HCC

 

STEPHEN ALDERTON – VICE CAPT. – BSCC

 

LUKE DAVIS – BCC

 

MICK AMOR – BTCC

 

JACK BERRY – BTCC

 

HEATH O’DWYER – BCC

 

ANDREW HONE – TCC

 

JASON THOMPSON – BSCC

 

BRENDAN JOHNSON – FHCC

 

CHARLES ERASMUS – FHCC

 

CHRIS JONES – EBCC

 

ROHAN OBST – MCC

 

BRAD TAYLOR – VCC

 

JAMIE PHILLIPS – BHNSKCC

 

RUSSEL ARNOLD – BHNSKCC

 

TOM MITCHELL – BHNSKCC

 

LUKE MASON – BTCC

 

JARROD THORP – HCC

 

MITCHELL SCOTT – VCC

 

TRAVIS PARSONAGE – BHNSKCC

 

LUKE COSTA – TCC

 

BRAD CULLEN – VCC

 

 

CONTACT DETAILS:

 

Andrew Gill – 0418 555 904 – LEAVE MSG OR SMS

 

Bobby Mudher – 0414 451 921 – LEAVE MSG OR SMS

 

Matt Williams – 0438 355 112 – LEAVE MSG OR SMS

 

It is an honour and a tradition to play representative games and we would like to prove to other Competitions that BHRDCA is, a strong and talented competition

 

Food and Drinks will be provided after training. 7pm.

 

 

BHRDCA: VMCU – U/21 Neil Wright Shield
Round 2 team announced

1.Charles Erasmus
2.Scott Edwards
3.Aaron Taun-Henderson
4.Jarryd Taun-Henderson
5.Chris Borg
6.Daman Singh
7.Paul Semertzidis
8.Aaron Clarke
9.Michael Kitson
10.Adam Hunt
11.Josh Cunningham
12. Josh King [des bowler]
13.Andrew Christoph [emg]

The next game is on this Sunday (24/11/13) at Harry Trott oval against Williamstown & District CA. 10am.

Come down and support the boys.

The introduction of the General Conduct Incident Report form (GCIR) has been positive thus far. Whilst we don’t want to see unsavoury incidents, it is excellent to see 3 different clubs use the form to cite players in games where there are no official umpires. This has resulted in 3 suspensions, 2 of which took the early guilty plea resulting in no tribunal hearing. This is a clear message that if you want to push the boundaries, you may well be sitting the other side of them. All clubs are encouraged to use the form should they feel the need in games without, or with, official umpires.

 

BHRDCA General Conduct Incident Report Form – GCIR

Sunday December 1 is the date for this annual challenge and as host association this year, Blackburn CC are flying the BHRDCA host flag. There are sides representing both McIntosh and Wilson Shield and we currently hold Wilson Shield with a big push to win both. It will be a great day with a carnival atmosphere and we encourage all BHRDCA supporters to turn up and kick the boys home.

Pleased to report that Margaret is out of hospital and resting at home. We expect to see her ‘around the grounds’ very shortly as she continues to improve.

F Grade Split Innings Rules

 

As per previous communication, F Grade will trial split innings cricket for the remaining two day games in this grade.

 

This format has been extremely popular in neighbouring competitions and also with BHRDCA juniors where it was expanded this season.

 

The rules are attached and largely follow the existing junior rules.

 

BHRDCA Split Innings Rules 

 

Once again rain and wind played havoc on day 2 of  the U18 Maddocks Sports Cup, hopefully we have seen the worst of the weather and things start to fine up a bit.

 

After three rounds the ladder is split into two distinct sections with the top 5 teams only separated by 3 points. This makes the Blacky Sth v Heathmont and East Burwood v Forest Hill games very interesting this week whilst giving some of the struggling teams an opportunity to be more competitive this round and break away from the bottom of the ladder.

 

Many great performances again in Rd 3. Forest Hill posted 7/200 on the back of Ben Matthews 54 and Gavin Carusi’s 45 against some solid bowling from Heatherdales Brennan McCafferty and William Deerbon who claimed 2 wkts each. Their run chase got off to a great start with an opening stand of 75 from Lucas Grierson and Rodrigo Arguello but apart from a late cameo 38 by Sam brooks the batting struggled against a steady attack led by Alex manning 3/27 and Tim Greenwood 2/17 to fall short by 11 runs.

 

At Livingstone Tom Cunningham’s 45 held Vermont Sths batting together but a slow outfield and a consistent effort by all of the East Burwood bowlers with a spread of wickets, they were held to 9/142. This was always going to be tough to defend but Grant Weaver 3/24 gave some early hope before the consistent Mitch Gale 62 and James Rizio 38 saw them home with 4 wickets to spare.

 

Park Orchards bowlers battled manfully against a fantastic 202 run opening stand from Jarrod Smith 106* and Vernon Mittal 93. To make matters worse Scott Edwards continued the pain posting a brisk 50 to see Blackburn Sth through to a formidable 8/303. Gus Campbells 3/42 was a top return against such an onslaught. On a wet and windy second day, the Park Orchard bats were always going to be up against it and while Rudi Hunt and Matthew Nicholson were together any thing looked possible but once their 106 run stand was broken wickets tumbled with Kieran Vanderwal 4/16 and Nick Hughes 3/15 closing out the innings for a big win.

 

Vermonts 227 led by Max Healey with 73 could have been a lot better as Ryan Phillips, Lewis Neal and Dan Ryan all got good starts but could not go on with it. Nick Welch 3/12 made the breakthrough and he was ably supported with doubles from Joel Stuckey and Adnan Pasha. Doncaster struggled from the start on a windy Terrara wicket before Joe Blyth smashed a late 35 in a David Warner impersonation and despite a small late flutter by Turlough Sullivan and Joel Stuckey, Vermont ran out 93 run winners. Ned Coughlan returned the excellent figures of 5/30 but what I liked was the fact that the Doncaster boys facing inevitable defeat against very good bowling never gave up and tried manfully to hold on to the end.

 

Unfortunately I do not have all the batting and bowling figures for the final match Donvale v Heathmont. A solid team batting effort by Heathmont with Dylan Howard 63, James Kelly 49, the consistent Lincoln Wong 46 and Tom Delaney 38 all making top contributions, they were too strong for Donvale to the tune of 62 runs.

 

A tough choice again this round but I can’t go past our second century maker in Jarrod Smith as the Maddocks Sports Player of the Round.

 

Best of luck to all teams in Rd 4 and don’t forget for all your cricketing needs, see Anthony and the boys at Maddocks Sports, our local “one stop cricketing shop”

 

Peter

Some of you may be aware that our much loved patron, Margaret, has been off colour the last few weeks. Margaret is currently in Angliss hospital undergoing a series of tests that hopefully will identify the issue and then see her recover. Margaret hopes to be released by the weekend.

 

In the interim, you can direct any queries you would normally have sent to Margaret to Sue Jones, Sue can be contacted on 9801 3665.

BHRDCA T20 Competition

 

The BHRDCA Twenty 20 Competition consists of three grades of 8 teams. Each grade is divided into 2 pools of four teams. The teams are randomly allocated to a pool.

 

The teams in each pool play each other once in a round robin format over three matches. A standard ladder is maintained and at the conclusion of the round robin matches the top two teams in each pool play off in semi-finals.

 

The winners of the semi-finals play off in the Grand Final.

 

The rules and playing conditions are based on the Cricket Victoria Statewide Twenty20 Cup competition manual.

 

BHRDCA Twenty 20 Manual 2013_14

BHRDCA Round 3 2013/14 Reporter Wrap-up

 

With a quarter of the season’s matches played already we have seen some super games of cricket and round 3 certainly did not disappoint.

 

McIntosh Shield

 

At Walker Park in Mitcham, BHRDCA life member Mark Jones celebrated his 400th game in style his 4/70 and a handy 25 at number 7 saw EBBCC post a hard fought 15 run win over the Tigers. Mitcham haven’t had the greatest start to the season and sit at the bottom of the ladder, still searching for that first win.

 

Another club still looking for the elusive 6 points is East Box Hill, they were valiant at Mirabooka Oval going down to the Cobras by just 11 runs. For the home side Stephen Voerman was instrumental, his well constructed 84 included 7 fours and 2 sixes before he was brilliantly run out by Campell Gauld. Voerman’s 84 combined with Steve Alderton’s 69 saw them post what would end up being a match-winning 260. Despite a mass exodus at the beginning of the year Blackburn South have been more than competitive in every game this year and will no doubt prove to a tough opponent every week.

 

A wicket fest at Templestowe Reserve in a local rivalry of sorts saw Bulleen Templestowe grab the 6 points. The Bullants remarkably were able to defend 115 with Paolucci and Hale both taking 3 wickets apiece in a match which yielded 29 wickets for just 354 runs. A special mention has to go to Templestowe’s premiership skipper from 2011/12 Luke Costa who finished with a ten wicket haul in the match his 5/30 and 5/24 not quite enough to get the Stowers another win.

 

Blackburn weren’t able to repeat their heroics from round 2, batting all day at Vermont Recreation Reserve the Burners were only able to post 183 with Colin McKenzie’s 57 at the top of the innings the only real score of note. For the Eagles Mitch Scott bowled well snaring 4/32 while young spinner Chris Bell bowled with maturity all day and was able to finish with 3/73. In reply the home side did it rather comfortably. They saluted with 3 wickets in hand and 20 overs remaining. A 94 run parternship between the evergreen Brad Taylor and Brad Cullen meant the Vermont were able to recover from being 4/20. 3 wins from 3 games and yet again Vermont look like the team to beat.

 

Last seasons premiers Heatherdale and Forest Hill treated fans to a final over thriller out at Purches Street. Some late order hitting from Jarrod Thorp saw the Dales post a more than respectable 235. For the Zebras new recruit Sam Russell did some damage with the ball taking 5/80. A swashbuckling 68 from Jarryd Taun-Henderson meant that Forest Hill were up to their ears in the run chase all day and after 80 overs had been bowled they found themselves victors by 2 wickets, finishing on 8/236.

 

For the second successive game St Davids found themselves chasing leather to all parts of the ground. 126 to former test cricketer Russel Arnold and 125 to Nuwan Gardiwasan combined with some ordinary fielding and undisciplined bowling saw the Box Hill North Super Kings post a massive 445 in just 62.5 overs. In reply the Brownlows were always going to be up against it, losing wickets at regular intervals to eventually be all out for 169 thanks to 5/30 from Trav Parsonage. The newly merged club from Elgar Park sniffed an outright but a rapid fire 54 not-out from run machine Mike Enticott saw the St Davids second innings finish at 0/89.

 

Wilson Shield

 

The big improvers in season 2013/14 Koonung Heights continued on their merry way on Saturday with an impressive win over Vermont South at Greythorn Park. It was the Vultures who batted first and they really struggled to get their innings going at all, left-arm slow bowler Trevor Patrao took 4/67 and really was the pick of the bowlers as Vermont South were all out for 157. The Nungers did their best to lose the game, losing 6/50 when it appeared they were coasting but an impressive 60 from James Fenner saw Koonung Heights salute with 2 wickets and 17 overs still in the bank.

 

Inclement weather at Kalang Park spoiled the party for the Laburnum Cricket Club, they looked on track for their third successive win. The home side managed to post 5/304 in week one, with all 7 batsmen making more than 20 runs but it was an unbeaten 117 run partnership between skipper Ash Keys and Jason Lovell that really put Laburnum in a commanding position. For their opponents the Glen Waverley Hawks opener Geoff Gannon managed an unbeaten 67 before the game ultimately ended in a draw.

 

At Wellington Reserve Shane Luby continued his impressive early season form with a quick fire 91, while brother Patrick’s typically dour 47 allowed the pair to put on a 128 run partnership which saw the Bee’s post a modest 217. The run chase didn’t get off to a great start with both Mulgrave Wheelers Hill trudging back to the pavilion without scoring. Captain Travis Balaam the only one providing any real assistance, his well compiled 60 wasn’t quite enough to get his side over the line. 6/53 from new recruit Trevor Wright helped the visitors to a well deserved 16 run victory.

 

The Doncaster Cricket Club are going about their business very quietly at the moment, slipping under peoples radars while playing some very good cricket. Captain Sam Noble has the club back on the straight and narrow and they still boast one of the BHRDCA’s most talented batsmen in Mark Albiston. It was a lovely 56 and 5/39 from ex Bulleen Templestowe player Josh Waters that allowed the home side to construct a win over Heatherdale. The Dales second XI are more than holding their own in Wilson Shield but with Waters routing their top order the chase of 196 ended prematurely at 178.

 

Out on Len Toogood oval it was a rematch of last season’s semi final and the boys from Blackburn North were able to turn the tables on Kerrimuir in a somewhat convincing fashion. Batting first the Muirs top order struggled with the swing and pace of Odermatt and Mill and unfortunately their 156 was never going to be enough. Wayman made 39 for the home side but captain Benny Davis stole the show with 51 to see his side over the line. Blackburn North now sit atop the Wilson Shield ladder undefeated but it’s a different story at Springfield Park, last years runners up are yet to win a game and are languishing at the bottom of the table.

 

 

VMCU: U/21 Neil Wright Shield

 

After making the Semi Finals last year the Under 21 boys from all across the association were chomping at the bit stuck back into some representative cricket. The first game was played on Sunday at Schramms Reserve against the visiting Mercantile Cricket Association.

 

The day started off on a good note when Mercantile won the toss and sent us in on a pitch which more resembled a footpath than a cricket wicket. The conditions for batting were glorious and we certainly took full advantage of that. An opening stand of 47 between Will Hastings and Charles Erasmus took the shine off the new ball and set up a brilliant platform for some big hitting later on in the innings. At the 17 over mark skipper Jarryd Taun-Henderson strode to the crease with the score on 52, had a few sighters then unleashed some of the most devastating carnage that you will ever see. The boys from Mercantile had front row tickets to the best show in town, Jarryd was brilliant in every shot he played and managed to bat the rest of the innings, his splendid 111 not out saw the BHRDCA post a score of 6/216 in our allotted 40 overs. The intensity and energy in the field was fantastic and we never really looked like losing, not be out done by his brother Aaron Taun-Henderson ripped the heart out of the Mercantile middle order, his 7 over spell yielding 4 wickets for just 19 runs. Mercantile all out for 142 and our u/21 boys have started off this years carnival with a bang.

 

The next game is on the 24th of November at Harry Trott oval against Williamstown & District CA.

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Round Highlights

Best Batting Performances

 

SCORE PLAYER CLUB GRADE RND INNS OPPOSITION
166* Andrew Coulston Bulleen Templestowe McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds 3 1 Templestowe
142 Adam T Johnson Mitcham McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds 3 1 East Burwood
126 Russel S Arnold Box Hill North Super Kings McIntosh Shield Grade 3 1 St Davids
126 Dominic Pius Bulleen Templestowe McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds 3 1 Templestowe
125 Nuwan Gardiwasam Box Hill North Super Kings McIntosh Shield Grade 3 1 St Davids
121 Chris Tillotson Syndal A Grade 3 1 Glen Waverley Hawks
119* Matthew Stewart Heatherdale B Grade 3 1 Mitcham
104* Connor McCafferty Heatherdale D Grade 3 1 Blackburn South
102 Richard A Harford Templestowe C Grade 3 2 Box Hill North Super Kings
101 Adam J Hewitt Nunawading C Grade 3 1 Vermont South
101 Jack Roughsedge East Box Hill McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds 3 1 Blackburn South

 

Best Bowling Performances

 

BOWL PLAYER CLUB GRADE RND INNS OPPOSITION
8/52 Brad J Lavelle Mitcham McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds 3 1 East Burwood
6/38 Paul Beven Kerrimuir United A Grade 3 1 Blackburn North
6/53 Trevor Wright Eley Park Wilson Shield Grade 3 1 Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club
5/20 Joshua Davidson Deakin A Grade 3 1 Park Orchards
5/22 Andrew Hider Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club One Day C Grade 6 1 St Davids
5/23 Corey Wickham Koonung Heights A Grade 3 1 Burwood District
5/24 Luke A Costa Templestowe McIntosh Shield Grade 3 2 Bulleen Templestowe
5/24 Trent Matthews Park Orchards A Grade 3 1 Deakin
5/30 Travis Parsonage Box Hill North Super Kings McIntosh Shield Grade 3 1 St Davids
5/30 Luke A Costa Templestowe McIntosh Shield Grade 3 1 Bulleen Templestowe
5/31 Phillip Lord Nunawading C Grade 3 1 Vermont South
5/35 Connor McCafferty Heatherdale D Grade 3 1 Blackburn South
5/35 Lachlan Johns Heatherdale Wilson Shield Grade 3 1 Doncaster
5/36 Buddhika Mendis Nunawading B Grade 3 1 Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club
5/39 Josh Waters Doncaster Wilson Shield Grade 3 1 Heatherdale
5/51 Amit Rathi Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club Wilson Shield Grade 3 1 Eley Park
5/52 Lahiru Anthony Vermont South Wilson Shield Grade 3 1 Koonung Heights
5/65 Matthew Jarrett Blackburn B Grade 3 1 Forest Hill
5/77 Xavier Cramer East Box Hill McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds 3 1 Blackburn South
5/77 Patrick Eldridge Glen Waverley Hawks A Grade 3 1 Syndal
5/133 Kane Sloan St Davids McIntosh Shield Grade 3 1 Box Hill North Super Kings

Best Fielding Performances

 

 

C RO ST PLAYER CLUB GRADE RND INNS OPPOSITION
4 0 1 Jason May East Burwood McIntosh Shield Grade 3 1 Mitcham
4 0 1 Thomas Macrokanis Mitcham McIntosh Shield Grade 3 1 East Burwood
4 0 Nick Mill Blackburn North Wilson Shield Grade 3 1 Kerrimuir United
4 0 Kyle Rayner Blackburn B Grade 3 1 Forest Hill
4 0 alex j mckeown Heatherdale Under 12 A Grade 3 1 East Doncaster
2 2 Andrew Harrison East Box Hill McIntosh Shield Grade 3 1 Blackburn South
1 1 2 Malcolm West Nunawading E Grade 5 1 Doncaster

 

Wrap written by Paul Semertzidis

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