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Lions go top
Date of Event : Sat Dec 1, 2018 7:12PM
Luke Wells acknowledges his century today - his third for the Swans in six innings!

Fitzroy Doncaster has jumped to the top of the ladder after today's one-day round of Victorian Premier Cricket. Following last weekend's washout, the first day of summer was a beautiful Melbourne day.

 

Centuries to Carlton's Brayden Stepien and Casey-South Melbourne skipper Luke Wells guided those teams to comfortable wins over Geelong and Greenvale Kangaroos respectively.

 

Brayden Stepien continued his excellent start to the season with an unbeaten 128 against the Cats. It was his second Premier century - he faced 125 balls and hit 13 fours and 4 sixes. The Blues made light work of chasing down Geelong's 209, reaching 2/212 in just 37.2 overs. Stepien has now scored 407 at 67.83 in Premier Cricket in addition to his 44, 12 and 69 for the Blues in Vic SUPER SLAM.

 

Similarly Casey-South Melbourne skipper Luke Wells (111* off 121 balls, 8 fours, 4 sixes) saw his side home against Greenvale Kangaroos (6/200) with ten overs to spare. It was Wells' third Premier ton and takes his Premier tally to 467 at 93.40 in six matches, plus 21, 23 and 53 in the Vic SUPER SLAM.

 

Footscray posted an excellent win over Melbourne at Merv Hughes Oval. Travis Dean (80) top-scored in the Dogs' 7/249. Melbourne began well and, at 4/135 were right in it, but Lucas Dredge (3/29) and Dean Russ (3/34) combined to snuff out the chase at 190.

 

Melbourne Uni defended its moderate 6/205 against top side St Kilda. James McNeil (51) and Jarrod Martignago (50) did best for the Students. In reply, Nic Maddinson played an extraordinary innings, smashing 65 off just 25 balls with 5 fours and 6 sixes. When he was dismissed, it was 3/78 and the Saints hardly fired another shot, being dismissed for 160. Quick Wes Agar (3/38) was Uni's best bowler.

 

In other matches, Camberwell Magpies beat Ringwood, Essendon beat Frankston Peninsula, Northcote thumped Monash Tigers, Fitzroy Doncaster went to the top with an easy win over Kingston Hawthorn and Dandenong completely outplayed Prahran at Shepley Oval. Brett Forsyth's 80 not out for the Panthers sees him head the Premier batting aggregates with 478 runs at 79.66, 11 runs ahead of Luke Wells.

 


1sts
Melb Uni 6-205 (McNeil 51 Martignago 50 Gregory 48 Gribben 3-47) d St Kilda 160 (Maddinson 65 Agar 3-38)
Ncte 227 (Rushton 65 Baker 37 Phelan 35 Klaassen 3-33 Berryman 3-50) d Monash Tigers 141 (Mills 45 Crispe 3-22)
Casey-SM 3-201 (Wells 111no Quirk 40) d Green Kang 6-200 (Umeed 49 Love 41)
Foots 7-249 (Dean 80 D Kight 46 Wright 33 Caulfield 30 Boyle 4-60) d Melb 190 (Pucovski 76 S Harper 42 Dredge 3-29 Russ 3-34)
Fitz Donc 2-126 (Rudd 59no Z Elliott 34) d King Haw 125 (Dhindsa 34 Kodoth 33 Ninan 32no Moore 3-24 Rudd 3-25)
Ess 4-191 (Ayre 87 Hill 62) d Frank Pen 7-190 (Elmi 33 Ewing 32 Wood 31 Crowder 51no Bowe 4-26)
Dand 2-148 (B Forsyth 80no Donnell 39) d Prah 147 (Bangs 40 Seymour 31 Wilcock 3-28)
Carl 2-212 (Stepien 128no) d Geel 209 (J McDonald 52 Butterworth 37 Reid 31 Smillie 3-54)
Camb Magpies 5-190 (Hill 42 Gunning 69 Russ 34) d Ring 189 (N Walsh 89 King 58)

 

2nds
Melb Uni 9-196 (Croes 54 Simpson 48 Bett 46 Lovell 4-23) d St Kilda 160 (Meddings 84 Iqbal 3-26)
Ncte 5-232 (Waldron 90 Lalor 58) d Monash Tigers 227 (Viccars 49 Jasani 35 Rogneda 3-21)
Casey-SM 5-276 (Eaton 108no Clymo 78 Benedek 30 McNicholl 3-59) d Green Kang 8-256 (Kett 64 Brennan 30 Adihetty 3-49)
Melb 2-202 (Lill 103no Brewin 91no) d Foots 9-199 (Hughes 64no McSweeney 43 O'Neill 3-30)
Fitz Donc 1-141 (Korkolis 70no Jephcott 45no) d King Haw 140 (Devsarmah 38 Davie 33 Parr 4-21 White 3-28)
Ess 2-144 (Galeotti 58no Stingel 57no) d Frank Pen 141 (Christie 54 Lucas 3-25 Molloy 3-46)
Dand 6-251 (Opanayaka 62no Edgeworth 48 MacCorquodale 44 Grundmann-Perera 44no) d Prah 5-250 (Jackson 90 King 38 Dhull 34 Menon 32)
Carl 1-195 (McKenna 105no McGregor 63no) d Geel 6-194 (Rodgers 39 Jackson 33 Treble 32 Driver 30 Culvenor 3-31)
Camb Magpies 204 (Bhargave 88 Guddadamane 41) d Ring 156 (Ludgater 42 Toohey 33 Bhargave 4-26)

 

 

3rds
St Kilda 8-139 (Faulkner 32 P Hatzoglou 4-26 Stevenson 3-27) d Melb Uni 138 (Sellenger 3-27 Rayner 3-28)
Monash Tigers 6-192 (Goodman 78 Vadija 42 Gedge 3-22) d Ncte 9-190 (Larkey 40 Koduru 38)
Casey-SM 8-226 (Bardwell 66 Long 59 Shikrani 4-43) d Green Kang 8-168 (Newnham 57 Lambden 3-26 Kulkarni 3-28)
Foots 6-167 (N Donazzon 61 Gleeson 55) d Melb 9-166 (Cesarios 44 Jackson 4-25)
Fitz Donc 6-228 (Sacchetta 90 Forbes 59 O'Sullivan 32no) d King Haw 5-156
Frank Pen 8-164 (Gardner 52 Simpson 37no Deasy 3-28) d Ess 162 (Vernon 57 Nankervis 39 McIlroy 3-27 Gibbs 3-31 Simpson 3-38)
Prah 9-194 (Morrey 96no) d Dand 7-193 (Harris 42 Christie 36no)
Carl 6-216 (Poppa 72no Petsinis 51no Connop 36) d Geel 8-215 (Scott 56 B Alexander 44 Bienvenu 3-49)
Ringwood 4-126 d Camb Magpies 125 (Vanderslik 45no Carter 3-28 Hayes 3-29)

 

 

4ths
St Kilda 5-223 (Meddings 120 Maxwell 37) d Melb Uni 8-219 (Evans 56 Ingleton 50 Ritchie 39 Anderson 31 Morris 3-40)
Ncte 8-160 (Valentine 57) d Monash Tigers 133 (Treloar 47 Conlin 4-22 Cootee 4-24)
Green Kang 9-188 (Singh 3-30) d Casey-SM 9-115 (Sharma 34)
Melb 0-149 (Ludik 84no Giese 58no) d Foots 148 (Shukla 43 Patel 43)
Fitz Donc 5-267 (Bruckner 94 Milne 61no) d King Haw 9-166 (Hall 71 Vos 3-5 Plunkett 3-41)
Ess 5-151 (King 72no Kennedy 4-37) d Frank Pen 150 (Walsh 46)
Prah 6-174 (Khedkar 55 Sennitt 41no Maiolo 33 Mackenzie 3-30 Blanch 3-30) d Dand 4-175 (Mackenzie 51no Islam 39 Boraston 35no)
Carl 7-264 (Tracey 130 O'Keefe 58 Tattersall 3-37) d Geel 7-183 (Bye 88no Marchant 3-36)
Ring 6-177 (Myagerimath 41) d Camb Magpies 96 (Hunt 42)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last updated: Monday December 3, 2018 11:46AM
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