SIDDLE scored a good win over Healy with a final score of 5/71 (average 14.2) to 7/55 (average 7.9).
Paddy Payne played a big part in Siddle’s innings, blasting 31 not out.
Solid support came from Ryan Garcia who made 10 retired and Kyle Jamieson seven retired.
Zac Ross bowled well for Healy, capturing 2/6.
Matt Pastro made a hard hitting 18 retired for Healy and Ben Fattore chipped in with 10 retired.
The bowling of Kyle Jamieson 2/1 and Ryan Garcia 2/5 kept Healy under pressure.
SOME cautious batting by Marsh paid dividends in their game against Faulkner.
Marsh’s score of 3/57 was well in front of Faulkner’s 7/43.
Sean Culgan retired on 15, Tom Taylor retired on 13 and Hayden Forner retired on nine to set up the Marsh innings.
Cooper O’Connor put in a handy spell of bowling to take 2/5 for Faulkner.
Faulkner’s batsmen could not get going, Noah Gaske and Billy Evans shared the top score with eight runs each.
Brandon Williams was Marsh’s most successful bowler taking 2/7.
FINCH’S batsmen set Maxwell an impossible task when they scored 0/58, Daniel Whitworth stood out with the bat making 18 retired for Finch.
Basit Ahmad was Maxwell’s best bowler finishing with 0/4.
Maxwell hit up 88 runs but lost five wickets in the process.
Jack Cannon was in top form making 29 runs and Henry Lacey helped out with 19 retired.
Daniel Whitworth capped a good day when he captured 2/6 off his two overs.
THE player of the round is Daniel Whitworth for his big performance for Finch.
Practice sessions will continue on Wednesday afternoon from 6pm to 7pm at Exies nets.
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