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Lawford cuts loose
Date of Event : Sat Nov 11, 2017 9:05PM
Casey-SM players line up for Remembrance Day at 11am today

Trent Lawford has stamped an indelible mark on the Magpies and Camberwell Sports Ground with an amazing exhibition of power-hitting today. Lawford came to the crease with game in the balance - the Lions were 4/124 chasing the 'Pies' 262 - an hour later, Lawford walked off the ground unbeaten on 95, scored from just 39 balls, with 5 fours and 9 sixes. Liam Banthorpe (66*) watched from the other end as the pair added an unbroken fifth wicket stand of 142 in that hour. In the end, the Lions won with three overs to spare. 22 sixes were hit for the match.

 

Lawford's weren't the only fireworks in this match. Camberwell Magpies were in strife early at 3/4 against Fitzroy Doncaster, with Rawson, Russ and Hill all back in the sheds. Enter Morgan Persson-Clark and Tom Rickarby, who added 143 for the fourth wicket to get the innings back on track.
 
Rickarby (61 off 107 balls, 3 fours, 2 sixes) batted solidly, but Persson-Clark's maiden Premier ton was outstanding. His 137 occupied just 124 balls and he hit 14 fours and 6 sixes in a brilliant display as the Magpies finished with 262.

 

Dandenong successfully chased down Kingston Hawthorn's 8/234 (Jack Taylor 61), thanks largely to the 14th century opening stand between Tom Donnell (63) and Brett Forsyth (74). The pair put on 126 for the first wicket, making the remainder of the chase fairly straightforward.

 

St Kilda defeated Melbourne, in the end quite easily at the Harry Trott Oval. Rob Quiney (49), James Muirhead (47 & 2/35) and Michael De Iacovo (4/24) did best for the Saints.

 

Carlton was too good for Greenvale Kangaroos at Princes Park. The 'Roos posted 6/219 (Sunam Gautam 68), but Harrison Smyth (75*), Nick Ross (45*) and Tom Smyth (42) guided their side to a comfortable victory with more than 11 overs to spare.

 

In other games, Prahran beat Essendon at Windy Hill and Frankston Peninsula beat Casey-South Melbourne.

 

In the day-nighter at the QEO in Bendigo, Northcote set the pace with 8/233. Skipper Steve Taylor (52) registered his third half-century of the season and Lindsay Hassett (68) contributed. In reply, under the lights, Monash Tigers were 2/137 (off 25) at the half-way mark of the response. The Tigers ultimately got up with 7/234, with Adam Amin (77) leading the chase.

 

The round is completed with tomorrow's Ringwood v Footscray clash at Bayswater.

 

1sts
Fitz Donc 4-266 (Banthorpe 66no Lawford 95no Frith 43 Dickson 30) d Camb Magpies 262 (Persson-Clark 137 Rickarby 61 Drew 34 Lawford 4-40 Alavi 3-43)
Prah 8-231 (Bull 63 Sutherland 67 Hartley 41 Doric 3-33 Rutland 3-57) d Ess 209 (Shellie 100 Willett 36 Seymour 31 Sutherland 3-43 McNally 4-35)
St Kilda 9-217 (Quiney 49 Muirhead 47 Holmes 37 Bychkov 30 McGillivray 3-24) d Melb 149 (Thomson 46 J Harper 34 De Iacovo 4-24)
Dand 6-237 (Donnell 63 B Forsyth 74 Herath 3-42) d King Haw 8-234 (Taylor 61 Dhindsa 45 Rossborough 36 Kane 36 Cassidy 3-27 Mullaney 3-42)
Geel 5-197 (Boyd 88 Vines 83) d Melb Uni 9-196 (Hutton 52 McNeil 33 B McDonald 4-28)
Frank Pen 8-225 (Wood 84 Elmi 35 Symons 32) d Casey-SM 170 (Eaton 59 Wood 4-45 Ashkenazi 3-28)
Carl 4-220 (T Smyth 42 Gulbis 34 H Smyth 75no N Ross 45no) d Green Kang 6-219 (Gautam 68 Rosewarne 44 Rhodes 34no)
Monash Tigers 7-234 (Amin 77 Berryman 36no) d Ncte 8-233 (Taylor 52 Hassett 68 Matarazzo 4-56)
Ring v Foots (to play Sunday)

 

2nds
Camb Magpies 6-256 (Thewlis 65 Pawha 58 Clarke 3-28) d Fitz Donc 8-250 (Blyth 65 Smith 46 Elliott 41 McNamara 3-45)
Foots 6-199 (Gudde 70no Brasher 47) d Ring 7-196 (Hartill 80 Kilby 73no)
Prah 8-170 (Blaich 33 Dhull 33 Morrie 41 Tantsis-Hall 3-33) d Ess 9-169 (Johnstone 58 Cotter 37)
St Kilda 9-203 (Gilbert 75 Baxter 39 Davies 30 Manning 30 Sturrock 4-34 Elliott 3-44) d Melb 131 (Begbie 49)
Dand 3-268 (Edgeworth 103 Slater 57 Forsyth 55no Stanton 34no) d King Haw 8-264 (Prathap Kumar 113 Ivetic 66 Gandy 3-72)
Melb Uni 7-221 (Yaksender 112 Emms 60 Guest 3-39) d Geel 8-220 (Driver 73 McLaughlan 3-42)
Casey-SM 9-288 (Mitchell 92 Long 62 Sofra 32 Chandrasinghe 31 Clavin 3-78) d Frank Pen 199 (Hammel 44 Glen 4-42)
Carl 4-192 (Matthews 50 Tatterson 44no Petsinis 36no) d Green Kang 7-191 (Grixti 69 Stingel 31 Bienvenu 3-44)
Ncte 9-163 (Larkey 46 Vasan 37 Fernando 4-26) d Monash Tigers 110

 

3rds
Fitz Donc 6-199 (Reid 33 Joyce 87 Patel 3-55) d Camb Magpies 7-196 (Martin 38 McKenna 45 Reid 3-28)
Foots 8-264 d Ring 8-225
Prah 2-180 (Ganesh 100 J Jhamb 70no) d Ess 9-178 (Shoesmith 42no Galeotti 34 M Warne 4-44)
Melb 7-180 (Brewin 52 Short 43) d St K 179 (Meddings 46 Davey 38 Varadajaran 30 Cowdrey 3-27 Gordon 3-44)
Dand 3-207 (Lawson 88no Heverin 82no) d King Haw 134 (Vincent 49 Davis 3-30 Thomas 3-30)
Geel 7-199 d Melb Uni 6-195
Casey-SM 4-89 d Frank Pen 88 (White 3-16)
Carl 3-303 (Cummane 135 Colaco 53 Line 49no) d Green Kang 62 (Pettitt 3-11)
Monash Tigers 3-165 (Cross 62no) d Ncte 9-164 (Salttery 39no)

 

4ths
Fitz Donc 8-211 (Mash 63 B Forbes 42 S Helmot 34no Chau 3-44) d Camb Magpies 5-209 (Spence 78 Niklas 33)
Foots 4-160 (Masters 3-42) d Ring 8-159 (Bhatia 98)
Ess 6-145 (Phillips-Williams 39 Beasey 37) d Prah 9-139 (Bailey 34)
St K 5-147 (McCaskill 74no) d Melb 145
King Haw v Dand (nsa)
Geel 4-147 (Alexander 85) d Melb Uni 146 (Epstein 75 Benstead 3-38)
Casey-SM 197 (Hanger 44 Andrews 36 Julicher 4-38) d Frank Pen 129 (Keher 43 Scotland 5-26 Landers 4-20)
Carl 192 (Vines 36 Dean 37 Connop 39 Boundy 4-23) d Green Kang 91 (Dennehey 35 Carruthers 4-22)
Monash Tigers 2-145 (Wagstaff 51 Vernon 41no Ronan 33) d Ncte 9-144 (Parker 3-37)


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