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Date of Event : Sat Mar 9, 2019 6:44PM
Kangaroos' Worthington has his stumps scattered by Hamish Winter-Irving

Camberwell Magpies have hung onto eighth spot, despite a loss to Carlton. A tense win by St Kilda has seen Fitzroy Doncaster drop out of the top four and Ringwood has fallen short against the Swans.

 

Next weekend's finals will be:
Carlton v Dandenong at Princes Park #1
Essendon v Geelong at Windy Hill
Fitzroy Doncaster v Camberwell Magpies at Schramms Res #1
St Kilda v Monash Tigers at tba

 

In a thriller at Schramms Reserve St Kilda chased down Fitzroy Doncaster's 180, but lost eight wickets in the process. Skipper Michael Beer (16*) saw his side home.

 

This left the door ajar for Ringwood, but the Rams were unable to chase down Casey-South Melbourne's 9(dec)287 and were rolled for 236. Josh Dowling (4/35) was the hero for the Swans.

 

Carlton spinner Eddy O'Sullivan put a halt to Camberwell Magpies' hopes, bowling them out for 155 in reply to the Blues' 260 at Princes Park. O'Sullivan weaved some left-arm magic, finishing with the superb figures of 7/35 off 23 overs. Despite the loss, the Magpies have clung on to eighth spot. Carlton's win saw them finish top and they will play Dandenong again next weekend at Princes Park.

 

Geelong comfortably defeated Frankston Peninsula at Frankston. Dale Elmi (70*) put up some resistance, but leggie Brenton McDonald (6/77) did the damage for the Cats.

 

Northcote ended Melbourne Uni's finals hopes, amassing 8/369 in reply to the Students' 179. Matt Short (80), Jonty Rushton (77), Josh Sundberg (75) and Mark Phelan (75) all made sizeable contributions.

 

At the Albert Ground Melbourne struggled to bowl Prahran out for a second time, the True Blues finally declaring at 9/293. This meant the Demons had to score an unrealistic 293 off just 28 overs for outright points and, if Ringwood lost or drew, a finals spot. Melbourne were 5/133 at the close.

 

Essendon completed its home and away campaign with an easy win over Monash Tigers at Central Reserve. The Bombers finished second and will play Geelong in the Qualifying Final next weekend.

 

Dandenong easily beat Kingston Hawthorn at the Walter Galt Oval. Comrey Edgeworth (72*) made the most of his opportunity and, with Cam Forsyth (61) and Lincoln Edwards (53), saw the Panthers home.

 

Footscray toiled hard defending 362 at the Merv Hughes Oval. Greenvale Kangaroos skipper Matthew Love (85) fought it out, but the Doggies emerged comfortable winners. Skipper Dylan Kight established a new club record, taking seven catches in the Kangaroos' innings. The previous record of six was held by Rainer Reber, Ray Hewat and Duncan Brede.

 

Cricket Victoria congratulates Essendon CC on winning the JA Seitz Club Championship for a third time. The previous wins were in 1965-66 and 1967-68.

 

1sts
St Kilda 8-181 (Manning 39 Merlo 31 Elliott 3-50) d Fitz Donc 180 (Banthorpe 52no Vardi 30 Alavi 30 Hall 4-44)
Geel 8(dec)327 (Vines 99 Ludeman 96 Jackson 32) d Frank Pen 232 (Gapes 41 Elmi 70no B McDonald 6-77)
Ess 384 (Ayre 83 Shellie 130 Conway 53 Willett 32 Baxter 6-82) d Monash Tigers 236 (Fraser-McGurk 59 Sartori 43 O'Connell 36 Berryman 35 Sleeman 33no Bowe 3-69)
Melb 3(dec)145 (Gotch 59no) & 5-133 (J Harper 39 Lill 37no) v Prah 144 (Boyce 32 Koop 4-41 Elliott 3-31) & 9(dec)293 (Bull 68 Serry 74no Sutherland 30 Elliott 4-71)
Carl 260 (Gulbis 67 Ross 33 T Smyth 30 Russ 3-61) d Camb Mag 155 (Rawson 52 Russ 33 Rowles 32 O'Sullivan 7-35)
Casey-SM 9(dec)287 (Wallace 113no Mitchell 53 Hadfield 30) d Ring 236 (Loorham 55 King 48 Dineen 36no Dowling 4-35)
Dand 4-281 (C Forsyth 61 Edgeworth 72no Edwards 53 Nanopoulos 31no Donnell 31) d King Haw 150 (Chopra 38 Dhindsa 30 Thomas 3-12)
Foot 362 (Armstrong 53 Dean 76 Russ 77 D Kight 38 Winter-Irving 40 Gautam 3-120 Love 3-28) d Green Kang 197 (Kelly 38 Love 85 Winter-Irving 3-31)
Ncte 8-369 (Short 80 Rushton 77 Phelan 75 Sundberg 75 Agar 4-70 Reid 3-91) d Melb Uni 179 (McKenna 43 Rolfs 33 Rushton 3-34 Medew-Ewen 4-55)

 

2nds
Fitz Donc 7-314 (Grace 104 Shivakumar 87) d St Kilda 311 (De Iacovo 107 McConchie 66 Simondson 4-68 Parr 3-74)
Geel 264 (Driver 95 J Larkin 45 T Larkin 35 Alexander 31) d Frank Pen 246 (Waterfall 54 Ewing 42 McDonald 41no McCormick 39 Vine 3-50)
Monash Tigers 7-353 (Viccars 114 Goodman 47 Mills 65 Waters 37 Goodman 47) d Ess 120 (Fitzpatrick 3-28)
Prah 260 (Morrey 120 Jackson 49 Dhull 41 Smith 4-29) d Melb 108 (Melville 33 Hunt 5-31 Elvins 3-22) & 7-166 (Petricola 44 Smith 38no Parsons 3-47)
Carl 9(dec)355 (McKenna 142 Scheepers 57 Ross 41 Dwyer 3-76) d Camb Magpies 243 (Wiseman 85 Dwyer 50no Ross 6-54)
Casey-SM 8-260 (Bardwell 51 Sathyajith 49 Clymo 32 Lambden 31 Beer 5-58) d Ringwood 259 (Toohey 72 Hastie 61 Masters 39 Beer 35 Maxwell 3-30 Sathyajith 3-51 Serong 3-75)
King Haw 290 (Diggle 155 Kramersh 40 P Sweeney 4-87 Opanayaka 4-98) d Dand 215 (P Sweeney 79 Fernando 45 Woods 5-92 Malalasekera 4-17)
Foots 8-254 (Usher 5-34) d Green Kang 210 (Grixti 82 Sandy 31 Moazzem 3-28)
Melb Uni 6-222 (Simpson 65no Hatzoglou 59no Croes 35 Starkins 3-42) d Ncte 184 (Starkins 67no Stafford 4-43)

 

Quarter Finals (Mar 16 & 17): St K v Carl, Melb Uni v Geel, Ess v Mon Tigers, Camb Mag v Fitz Donc

 

3rds
Fitz Donc 332 (Smith 96 Stephens 74 Motschall 61 Reid 32 Rayner 3-77) d St Kilda 196 (Taylor 48 Deighton 41no)
Frank Pen 7-265 (Eklund 60 Simpson 58 Curtis 46 Van Wijk 32) d Geel 264 (Riding 78 Courtney 62 Collins 31 Conroy 6-64 Gibbs 3-46)
Monash Tigers 8-249 (D'Rozario 109 Connor 34 Docking 3-34) v Ess
Prah 4-306 (Blaich 140 Sudano 100no Garber 40) d Melb 148 (Cesarios 61 Ludik 30 Asghar 5-60)
Camb Magpies 4-229 (Singh 53 Thewlis 46 Ross 35no Burrill 31) d Carl 186 (Poppa 72no Bienvenu 34 Vanderslik 4-45 Jamieson 3-35)
Ring 276 (Wynne 76 Walker 68 Ludgater 37 Jones 5-78) d Casey-SM 238 (Phillips 32 Alloway 41 Katarey 42 Adamson 3-35 Peters 3-48 Hayes 3-72)
Dand 6(dec)198 (Newman 71 Allen 42 Bostan 33no Gilmore 3-52) d King Haw 194 (Davie 37 Sheldon 33 Paramesh 32 Grundmann-Perera 3-22) & 4-154 (Davie 76no Behi 32no)
Green Kang 225 (Shikrani 86 O'Shea 39 Liyanage 32 Jackson 4-33) d Foot 177 (Grubb 42 Clements 40)
Melb Uni 7-209 d Ncte 205 (Tantsis-Hall 50 Larkey 40 Contos 35 Hatton 9-63)

 

Quarter Finals (Mar 16 & 17): Mon Tigers v Foots, Ring v Geel, Prahran v Northcote, Melb Uni v Camb Magpies

 

4ths
St Kilda 8-232 (Colyer 92 Stoupas 55 Sheridan 3-40) d Fitz Donc 172 (Love 36 McNamara 3-42)
Geel 0-163 (Drenovac 86no Hill 57no) d Frank Pen 110 (Bailey 4-25)
Melb 9-271 (Giese 46 Leadbeater 45 Tucker 37 Khedkar 3-42) d Prah 112 (Khedkar 46 Munasinghe 4-24 Leadbeater 3-5)
Carl 243 (Shaikh 92no Connop 58 Vine 51) d Camb Magpies 143 (Walker 57 Marchant 3-22 Money 3-26 Trenwith 3-27)
Casey-SM 6(dec)261 (D Gamage 68 White 61no Puri 59 Barr 4-39) drew Ringwood 9-233 (Wade 62 Humphries 49 Hayes-Rosario 34)
Dand 6-312 (Islam 111no Miller 74 Marinic 35 Mackenzie 34) d King Haw 160 (Mannarsamy 52no Miller 4-42)
Green Kang 9-273 (J Carton 100 C Winchester 43 Singh 3-42) d Foots 207 (Vine 90 Bolmat 4-88)
Ncte 218 (Valentine 73 Taylor 47 Brennan 41 Rao 5-15) v Melb Uni 62 (Conlin 5-0 Marshall 3-3) & 2-33
Ess 6(dec)280 (Phillips-Williams 68 Deasy 62 White 60 Davies 44no Walsh 3-62) drew Monash Tigers 9-165 (Krelle 32 Cox 39no Adams 3-26)

 

Quarter Finals (Mar 16 & 17): Carlton v Casey-SM, Melb v Ring, St Kilda v Monash Tigers, Ess v Dand.

 


Last updated: Sunday March 10, 2019 8:36PM