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Prahran rolled for 50
Date of Event : Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:03PM

The wickets tumbled in Premier Cricket today. Prahran was rolled for just 50 by Kingston Hawthorn at Toorak Park, Camberwell Magpies and Dandenong each folded for just 90 against Carlton and St Kilda respectively.

 

Saints' paceman Henry Hall recorded the stellar figures of 7/26 off 10.2 overs at the Junction Oval as the Panthers were all out for 90. Three centuries were scored - Uni's Tom Rogers scored his maiden Premier ton, Evan Gulbis his 15th and Uni skipper James McNeil his second.

 

At Camberwell, after the 'Pies were rolled for 90 and Carlton was 6/88 in reply, it was still "game on". However skipper Evan Gulbis (121* off 105 balls, 14 fours, 3 sixes) took charge. Along with Matthew Wilson (33*), the pair added an unbroken 120 for the seventh wicket to put the Blues in command with a lead of 118, to go to 6/208 at stumps.

 

Kingston Hawthorn dented Prahran's finals hopes by bowling them out for 50, the lowest score of the season, at Toorak Park. Javed Khan (5/30), Matt Worsnop (2/4) and James Miller (2/15) did the damage for the Hawks. In reply, Kingston Hawthorn was bowled out for 115, with True Blues' off-spinner Sam Grimwade registering the extraordinary figures of 8.5-5-3-4. Batting a second time, Prahran was 5/15 before limping to stumps at 6/54. Javed Khan, with 3/26, took his match figures to an impressive 8/56.

 

Melbourne Uni and Frankston Peninsula posted the best totals of the day. The Students, led by Tom Rogers (141) and skipper James McNeil (100), declared at 4/367 against Footscray at Merv Hughes Oval. Rogers and McNeill added 170 for the third wicket. The Doggies were 0/10 at the close.

 

The Heat reached an impressive 8/309 against Ringwood at the Butler Oval. Liam Tonkin (79) top-scored, taking his season aggregate to 655 at 43.66, second only to Eamonn Vines (749 at 83.22), although Rams' skipper David King (653 at 50.23) will bat tomorrow.

 

In other matches Casey-South Melbourne recovered from 6/84 to reach 211, with Brendan Rose (62) and Joel Mitchell (55) scoring maiden Premier half-centuries against Fitzroy Doncaster, Geelong was 8/273 (Brenton McDonald 54 Mitch Reid 72) against Essendon, Monash Tigers resume on 3/65 against Greenvale Kangaroos (159 - Alex Mellor 62 Chris McEwan 5-42) and Northcote (217 Blayde Baker 84) will try to defend its total against Melbourne (2/60) tomorrow.

 

Special congratulations to CV umpire Russ Turner (pictured above left), who is currently officiating in his 500th Premier match at the Albert Ground. Russ joined the CV Panel in 1992-93.

 

1sts
Fitz Donc v Casey-SM 8-197 (Benedek 37 Mitchell 55 Rose 50no Lawford 4-41)
Foots 0-10 v Melb Uni 4(dec)367 (Rogers 141 McNeil 100 Hutton 32)
Prah 50 (Khan 5-30) & 6-54 (Khan 3-26) v King Haw 115 (Grimwade 4-3)
Ncte 217 (Baker 84 Crispe 32 Phelan 30 Elliott 4-55 Smith 4-61) v Melb 2-60
Monash Tigers 3-65 v Green Kang 159 (Mellor 62 McEwan 5-42)
Camb Magpies 90 (T Smyth 3-30) v Carl 6-204 (Gulbis 117no Wilson 33no Walker 3-45)
Ring v Frank Pen 8-309 (Tonkin 79 Waterfall 45 Wood 46 Symons 40 B Walsh 4-72)
Ess v Geel 8-273 (Reid 72 B McDonald 54 Boyd 32)
St Kilda 116 (Cassidy 4-32 Nanopoulos 3-29) v Dand 90 (B Forsyth 37 Hall 7-26) & 2-25

 

2nds
Casey-SM 126 (Van Raay 32 Parr 5-18) v Fitz Donc 9-202 (Bremner 78 Elliott 53)
Melb Uni 1-66 (Emms 37no) v Foots 211 (Gudde 59 Green 34 Dixit 31 Stafford 5-44 Rolfs 3-58)
King Haw 186 v Prah 3-69
Melb 6(dec)304 (Petricola 113 Brewin 56no Koop 52 Middlin 41no) v Ncte 0-21
Green Kang 191 (Sandy 48 Cheema 59 Fernando 4-55) v Monash Tigers 1-4
Carl 0-3 v Camb Magpies 248 (Singh 65 Wiseman 45 Bridle 38 Martin 34 Bouwmeester 3-55)
Frank Pen 1-127 (Crowder 74no Foy 43no) v Ring 162 (Jefimenko 62 Humphrey 3-23)
Geel v Ess 7-256 (Perera 112 Molloy 49 Galeotti 33 Ogle 3-33)
Dand v St K 5-314 (Meddings 102 Muirhead 81no English 44)

 

3rds
Fitz Donc 154 (Sacchetta 40 Elliott 3-29 de Silva 3-51) v Casey-SM 2-25
Foots 127 v Melb Uni 6-77
Prah 5-6 v King Haw 117 (Bhatt 3-25)
Ncte 5-60 v Melb
Monash Tigers v Green Kang
Camb Magpies 3(dec)274 (Pathan 136 McKenna 51 Burrill 36no) v Carl 1-6
Ring 0-1 v Frank Pen 236 (Mann 77 Robertson 45 Gibbs 30 Masters 3-25 Peters 3-27)
St K v Dand 9-295 (Murphy 120 Allen 53 MacCorquodale 48 Noske 4-60)
Ess 168 (O'Donnell 55 Dias 42 Blain 4-42) v Geel 1-20

 

4ths
Casey-SM v Fitz Donc 6-257 (Forbes 121no Thomas 34 Milne 30)
Melb Uni 7(dec)-316 (Durrant 115 Epstein 97 McSweeney 3-38) v Foots 2-19
King Haw 7-218 v Prah
Melb 1-23 v Ncte 118 (McCooke 4-11 Hyslop 3-24)
Green Kang v Monash Tigers 5-247 (Williams 104no Treloar 70)
Carl 0-24 v Camb Magpies 134 (Donaldson 46 McComb 32 Money 3-12 Edwards 3-35)
Frank Pen 3-15 v Ring 124 (Arundel 40 Singh 5-33 Keher 3-17)
Geel v Ess 205 (Shannon 49 Lewis 34 Clapham 4-34)
Dand v St K 9-303 (McConchie 68 Sloan 50 Dixon 46 McSweyn 42 P Boraston 4-53 Hanigan 3-100)

 

Women's Premier T20 Finals
Firsts
 
Ess Mar Pk 3-97 (Taffs 41) d Melb 8-96 (Yates 31)

 

Seconds
Ess Mar Pk 5-132 (Omar 46) d Carl-Bruns 4-131 (Tassell 52 Baulch 30no)

 


Last updated: Saturday February 10, 2018 9:10PM