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Zac Elliott, Squid, Tom Russ and Harbinson the stars today
Date of Event Victorian Premier Cricket: Sat Nov 30, 2019 8:12PM
Debutant Aamar Ahmed in action for the Bombers today

Mark Stafford, Zac Elliott, Tom Russ and Sam Harbinson were today's outstanding individual performers in Victorian Premier Cricket.

 


Mark Stafford put his side Melbourne Uni in a strong position after he bowled out St Kilda for 157. Stafford took the first five wickets to fall and finished with the excellent figures of 8/53 from 20.1 overs with five maidens, not only a career-best, but the best Premier analysis since Ian Holland's 8/15 against Greenvale Kangaroos in 2016-17. The Saints' situation would have been much worse but for a fighting 80 from skipper Adam Crosthwaite. The Students were 2/83 in reply at stumps.

 


A brilliant 163 by Zach Elliott, supported by Peter Dickson (59) and Glenn Maxwell (51), set Fitzroy Doncaster up for a big total - 374. What was probably disappointing for the Lions was the fact they were bowled out in the 87th over. Frankston Peninsula were 0/16 in reply at the close. Elliott faced 207 balls and hit 19 fours and a six in his second Premier century.

 

 

 
Melbourne dominated the first day's play at the Albert Ground against Prahran. The True Blues, after winning the toss and batting, were rolled for 125. The Demons in reply were 7/230 at stumps after Meyrick Buchanan (72 off 82 balls, 10 fours, 1 six) and Blake Thomson (59 off 74 balls, 9 fours) batted attractively.

 

 

 
Camberwell Magpies recovered from 4/40 to finish with a creditable 315 against Casey-South Melbourne at Casey Fields. Tom Russ (135) led the charge with good support from Shubham Bhargave (53) and veteran Simon Hill (63). It was Russ' fourth and highest Premier century.

 

 

 
Dandenong (3/78) emerged from day one slightly ahead of Kingston Hawthorn (166) at Shepley Oval. Ramneet Dhindsa (72) and debutant Nivin Sathyajith (50 & 3/21) did well for the Hawks to keep them in the game.

 

 

 
Ringwood (6/230) struggled against Carlton at Jubilee Park. David King (55) and forties from 100-gamer Jackson Freeman, Tom Rogers and Jake Toohey saw the Rams fight it out, but the Blues will fancy their chances next week with dashers Evan Gulbis and Brayden Stepien in their batting line-up.

 

 

 
In other games Footscray reached 9/248 against Essendon at Windy Hill, Geelong (273) and Northcote (3/45) was evenly balanced at the GCG, as was the Greenvale Kangaroos (195) and Monash Tigers (0/8) clash at Central Reserve.

 

 

 
For the Dragons Sam Harbinson (5/70) registered his second five-wicket haul.

 

 

 

 

 

1sts

 

 
Ess v Foot 9-248 (Sartori 46 D Kight 51 Armstrong 48 Seymour 4-46 Doric 4-55)

 
Fitz Donc 374 (Z Elliott 163 Dickson 59 Maxwell 51 Vardi 32 Organ 3-58 Symons 3-69) v Frank Pen 0-16

 
Geel 273 (Couch 73no Reid 63 Harbinson 5-70) v Ncte 3-45

 
Melb Uni 2-83 (Young 46no) v St K 157 (Crosthwaite 80 Stafford 8-53)

 
Casey-SM v Camb Mag 315 (Russ 135 Bhargave 53 Hill 63 Lambden 3-75)

 
Melb 7-230 (Thomson 59 Buchanan 72no Sutherland 3-77) v Prah 125 (Seymour 37 Elliott 3-45)


Ring 6-230 (King 55 Freeman 47 Rogers 42 Toohey 41no) v Carl

 
Mon Tigers 0-8 v Green Kang 195 (Edwards 48 Silva 35 Perry 4-42)

 
Dand 3-78 (Donnell 31 B Forsyth 34 Sathyajith 3-21) v King Haw 166 (Dhindsa 72 Sathyajith 50 Randiv 3-50)

 

 


2nds

 

 
Foots 5-263 (Wright 57 Burton 53no Gleeson 51) v Ess

 
Frank Pen v Fitz Donc 9-343 (Jephcott 58 Trevenen 56no Myott 45 Simondson 32 Cox 3-66 Webb 3-68)

 
Ncte 210 (Larkey 82 Lane 48 Crick 36) v Geel 3-55, 

 
St Kilda v Melb Uni 3-263 (Borgas 158no Hutton 54no)

 
Camb Magpies 6-299 (Rawson 107 Scholz 73 Rosewarne 63no Murphy 38 Lambden 3-52) v Casey-SM

 
Prah 9-362 (Bychkov 72no Dhull 65 Garber 50 Morrey 46 Boyce 30 Sturrock 5-124) v Melb

 
Carl 4-215 (Pottabathini 104no Poppa 68no Beer 3-37) v Ringwood 84 (Dudding 3-28 Woods 3-31

 
Green Kang 4-187 (Qureshi 75 Shannon 72) v Monash Tigers

 
King Haw 151 (Lewis 41 Meedeniyalage 36no Buch 4-33 Opanayaka 3-32) v Dand

 

 


3rds

 

 
Ess 114 (Jackson 4-22 Birthisel 3-28) v Foots 2-36


Fitz Donc 4-50 v Frank Pen 134 (Edwards 33 McIlveen 5-47 Blyth 4-46)


Geel 196 (Courtney 54 Slater 49 Z Donazzon 31 Vasan 5-38 Lalor 3-36) v Ncte 1-10, 


Melb Uni 250 (Roughsedge 66 Ritchie 53 Zanoni 35 Bienvenu 33) v St Kilda


Casey-SM 1-54 v Camb Magpies 234 (Gunawardena 69no Ross 42 Carlin 40 Laghmani 3-41)


Melb  v Prah 8-328 (Hendawitharana 103 King 89 Seth 42 Anson 32no Cesarios 3-60)


Ring 1-66 (Walker 41no) v Carl 218 (Crowe 112 Humphries 5-36 Corcoran 3-41)


Monash Tigers v Green Kang 9-251 (Trembearth 54 Carruthers 44no Shikrani 41 Kapukotuwa 5-66)


Dand v King Haw 3-326 (Devsarmah 116 Ivetic 93 Paramesh 77)

 

 

 

 
4ths

 

 
Foots 2-98 (McCaskill 43no) v Ess 132 (Khan 54 Faiyaz 7-30)


Frank Pen 167 (Egan 66 England 51) v Fitz Donc 0-114 (Reynolds 69no Braunthal 36no)


Ncte  v Geel (no play)


St Kilda 4-187 (Colyer 72 Zayler 42no Whiteside 30no) v Melb Uni 115 (Fricke 3-18)


Camb Magpies 73 (Burn 30 Wilkinson 4-39) v Casey-SM 4-172 (Hanger 52 Gamage 37)


Prah v Melb 6-227 (Gordon 54 Larter 51no Sturrock 36)


Carl 2-22 v Ringwood 212 (Beck 55 Masters 41 Mole 33 Bastian 4-37 Vine 3-54)


Green Kang v Monash Tigers 196 (Carton 5-33 T Winchester 4-47)


King Haw 6-133 v Dand

 

 



Last updated: Wednesday December 4, 2019 11:12AM