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Patto turns back the clock
Date of Event : Sat Oct 28, 2017 8:14PM
Love the Game Round celebrated today in Premier Cricket

Carlton, Geelong and St Kilda all registered convincing wins in Premier Cricket today after posting good totals and defending them strongly. Dandenong sits clear on top, while Geelong and Kingston Hawthorn got off the mark today with their respective first wins of the season.

 

Dandenong celebrated Tom Donnell's 200th game with a comprehensive win over Casey-South Melbourne. The stars were 38 year-old paceman Darren Pattinson, who wound the clock back with a devastating spell of 4/19 from his 10 overs, and Donnell himself with 56 in the Panthers' innings.

 

Carlton's 5/310 at the AH Butler Oval was the day's highest total and was underpinned by Tom Smyth (120 off 120 balls, 6 fours, 3 sixes), 17 year-old Mackenzie Harvey (94* off 78 balls, 13 fours, 1 six) and Harrison Smyth (50 off 77 balls, 6 fours). Frankston Peninsula was always struggling in reply, slumping to 6/93 and 9/114 before number eleven Jack Benbow clouted 36 to top-score. Eddy O'Sullivan (4/33 took the bowling honours for Carlton.

 

Geelong skipper Eamonn Vines continued his red-hot form with an unbeaten 121, scored off 135 balls, with 8 fours. Vines' four knocks this season have been 32, 79, 102 and 121* - a total of 334 runs at 111.33 to date. The Cats finished with 9/264 and, although Greenvale Kangaroos fought it out, they were restricted to 8/188 from their 50 overs, with Jack Rhodes (48) doing best for the Roos in a comfortable win by the Cats.

 

St Kilda was off to a great start, with Michael De Iacovo (43) and Erik Laubscher (55) putting on 83 for the first wicket in good time. Damon Egan (70) and Josh Bartlett (41) followed up as the Saints finished on 7/253. Melbourne Uni lost wickets regularly in their chase, at 4/24 and 6/85, finishing on 142. Left-arm tweaker Michael Beer (3/16) did best with the ball for the Saints.

 

Reigning premiers Fitzroy Doncaster (1/161 (Peter Dickson 74*, Matt Frith 53) made light work of Northcote's 8/157 at Schramms Reserve.
Footscray won a tight contest against Monash Tigers at Central Reserve North. The Tigers batted first, finishing with 9/183 with Andrew Chalkley (42) the top-score. The Bulldogs' reply began well, with Matt Underwood (59), Hayden Butterworth (35) and skipper Dylan Kight (32) placing them in a strong position. From 2/103 however, the innings lost its way as Dom Matarazzo (3/35) struck the middle-order. The Tigers' attack, decimated with injuries to Berryman, Shimell and Griffin and the retirement of Wise, ran out of options as Mitch Barnewall (14*) and Jack Sheppard (6*) got the Doggies across the line.

 

The other tight one today was won by Prahran over Camberwell Magpies at the CSG. The Magpies batted first, scoring 9/236, with Daniel Rawson (76) top-scoring. Prahran looked to be in control at 3/194, with Jacob Serry (73) and J Billington (76) in command, but it took until the final over before Prahran won with just four balls to spare.

 

Kingston Hawthorn also defeated Essendon in another tense finish at Windy Hill. The Hawks (7/218) chased down the Bombers' 8/217 with 14 balls to spare. Englishman Jack Taylor (62) and Brad Rossborough (59) got the Hawks over the line.

 

Ringwood plays Melbourne tomorrow at Bayswater to complete the round.
 

 

1sts
Fitz Donc 1-161 (Frith 52 Dickson 71no) d Ncte 8-157 (Taylor 74no Alavi 3-35)
Foots 8-184 (Underwood 59 Butterworth 35 Kight 32 Matarazzo 3-35) d Monash Tigers 9-183 (Chalkley 42 Taylor 39 Russ 3-26)
Prah 6-237 (Billington 76 Serry 73 Walker 3-30) d Camb Magpies 9-236 (Rawson 76 Hodge 34no Bhargave 31)
King Haw 7-218 (Taylor 62 Rossborough 59 Doric 3-24) d Ess 8-217 (Perera 53 Hill 39 Conway 33no Kane 3-43)
St Kilda 7-253 (Egan 70 Laubscher 55 De Iacovo 43 Bartlett 41) d Melb Uni 142 (Agar 45 McNeil 41 Beer 3-16)
Dand 3-156 (Donnell 56 Newman 40 B Forsyth 35) d Casey-SM 9-155 (Hadfield 43 Rose 30no D Pattinson 4-19)
Geel 9-264 (Vines 121no Boyd 37) d Green Kang 8-188 (Rhodes 48 Gautam 39)
Carl 5-310 (T Smyth 120 Harvey 94no H Smyth 50) d Frank Pen 156 (Benbow 36 Tonkin 34 O'Sullivan 4-33)
Ring v Melb (to play Sunday)

 

2nds
Foots v Monash Tigers (nsa)
Camb Magpies 8-282 (Rickarby 60 Singh 44no Thewlis 41 Pawha 40 Mays 37 McGain 3-54) d Prah 8-274 (Bull 60 Bricker 55 King 54)
Melb 6-239 (de Lange 63 Ludik 49 Mevissen 31no Petricola 30 Johnson 3-41) d Ring 189 (Hartill 66 Kellar 32 Dineen 30 McGillivray 6-29 Hannah 3-48)
Ess 5-138 (Willett 45) d King Haw 137 (Prathap Kumar 50 Kramersh 39 Cameron 3-32)
St K 4-163 (Muirhead 73no Drummond 49no) d Melb Uni 161 (Iqbal 40 Clements 33)
Dand 5-280 (Edgeworth 110 Quirk 80 Sweeney 41) d Casey-SM 8-186 (Heldt 72 Mitchell 39 P Sweeney 3-32)
Geel 3-163 (Vine 48no Reid 40 Rodgers 30no) d Green Kang 9-162 (Qureshi 58 Stingel 30 Mastin 3-32)
Carl 4-114 (Matthews 59 Wilson 35) d Frank Pen 113 (Wood 31 Smillie 4-14 Culvenor 3-28)
Fitz Donc v Ncte (to play Sunday)

 

3rds
Ncte v Fitz Donc (nsa)
Monash Tigers v Foots (nsa)
Prah 5-254 (Blaich 114 Pike 55no) d Camb Magpies 7-250 (Burrill 85no McKenna 70 Pike 3-45)
Ring 6-199 (Cowling 36 Ervine 47no O'Brien 3-36) d Melb 8-195 (O'Neill 36 Campbell 35 Munasinghe 33no)
Ess 4-260 (Mihelakos-James 110 Toohey 69 Dias 39) d King Haw 8-184 (Willach 3-18)
Melb Uni 7-188 (McKenna 95) d St K 6-184 (Varadajaran 40 Colyer 34 Howells 31)
Dand 6-119 (Murphy 35) d Casey-SM 9-117 (Sathiyaseelan 35 Wood 3-21)
Geel 2-136 (Driver 60no Hill 51) d Green Kang 9-132,
Frank Pen  v Carl 6(cc)-193 (Line 60 Cummane 48)

 

4ths
Fitz Donc 6-210 (Sacchetta 77no) d Ncte 162 (N Brandon-Jones 64 Bhardwaj 3-25)
Foots v Monash Tigers (nsa)
Camb Magpies 107 (Carruthers-Taylor 3-17) d Prah 82 (Bridie 3-19)
Melb 7-209 (Cowdrey 82) d Ring 7-110
King Haw 3-69 v Ess (nsa)
Melb Uni 3-193 (Skinner 90 Barras 40) d St K 7-192 (Sloan 51 Bailey 49 Stockley 3-31)
Dand 4-186 (Pereira 79 Drew 44) d Casey-SM 6-185 (Gamage 75)
Geel 5-148 (Alexander 57 Van Den Nouwland 45) d Green Kang 5-147 (Singh 36)
Carl 7-168 (Goulding 41 Keher 4-25) d Frank Pen 82 (Bennett 43 O'Brien 7-19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last updated: Saturday October 28, 2017 9:16PM