FINCH were in a dominant mood in their big win over Faulkner.
Their score of 1/80 was much too good for Faulkner who struggled to 6/25.
Finch’s main contributors were Lucas Irvin and Chase Sergi who both retired on 13.
Jaspinder Singh was Faulkner’s only wicket taker, finishing with 1/14.
William Charles was the only Faulkner batsman to get going as he ended his innings on 10 runs.
Billy Evans put the cleaners through Faulkner with a two-over spell which yielded an economical 3/0.
Maxwell only lost one wicket in amassing 89 runs in their game against Healy who responded with a score of 3/49.
Luke Cannon topped the run-scoring with 16 retired.
He was backed up by Luke DeMamiel who contributed a handy 13 retired and Jack Cannon who was also unbeaten with 12 retired.
Ben Fattore was Healy’s most economical bowler, finishing with 0/3 off two overs.
Maxwell’s main run scorer was Riley Gatto.
He toiled away to score an unbeaten 23.
Basit Ahmad was the pick of the Maxwell bowlers, capturing 2/2 off just two overs.
Siddle’s batsmen also put their team in a winning position.
The side posted an impressive score of 2/85.
Paddy Payne led the way with 16 retired while Ryan Garcia wasn’t far behind with 15 runs and Thomas Scott made a more than useful 13 retired.
Tom Taylor with 1/9 and Mason Rosengreen with 1/7 were Marsh’s sole wicket-takers.
Marsh’s batsmen were not quite up to the task and finished on 7/58.
Tom Taylor was the only batsman to make double figures with 10 runs.
Corey Charles bowled a tremendous first over which yielded 3/3 to put his side right on top.
Nick Sayers (2/6) gave good support with two wickets to his name.
This week’s cricketer of the round is Corey Charles for his match-winning bowling spell for Siddle.
Practice sessions will continue on Wednesday from 6pm to 7pm at Exies nets.
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