IT was a day of big wins in the latest round of the Shoalhaven District Junior Cricket Association’s under 12s competition and several teams were in slashing form.
Caleb Patterson fields strongly for North Nowra Cambewarra recently
Shoalhaven Heads Berry produced a strong all round performance to overcome Nowra White at Lyrebird Sports Park Number Two.
Berry batted first and its 1/191 was always going to be hard to chase and the Whites could only manage 42 runs in reply.
Most of the Berry top order clicked into gear and had the ball going to all parts of the ground.
Berry opener Harry McAlister was particularly aggressive and his 32 runs included two sixes and two boundaries.
Max Carr-McCarron 16 runs, Jack Hinkley 16 runs, Tom Fletcher 22 runs, Cooper Bramley 16 runs, Patrick Higgins 28 runs and Thomas Hodgkins 17 runs all timed the ball strongly.
William Dyball was the only wicket taker for the Whites.
William, to cap off a great match, top scored for the Whites with seven runs.
Tom Fletcher and Noah Borg lead the way with the ball for Berry with two wickets apiece.
North Nowra Cambewarra Blues v North Nowra Cambewarra Maroons
With bragging rights up for grabs the North Nowra Cambewarra Blues versus North Nowra Cambewarra Maroons match at Bernie Regan Number Two was alwaysgoing to be a keenly contested encounter.
The Maroons ended up winning the match by 91 runs but the Blues did produce some quality efforts during the match.
The Maroons batted first and put on an imposing 2/152 runs on the scoreboard and in reply the Blues made 8/61.
Lucas Zerafa led the way with the ball for the Maroons with an unbeaten 37 runs which included an impressive seven boundaries.
Emily Burinaga 14 runs, Micah Edwards 13 runs and Hayden Batson 13 runs all enjoyed time in the middle.
Jake Bogan and Ian Hearne took the wickets for the Blues.
The tenacious Fergus Priest produced an outstanding effort with the bat for the Blues and produced a fighting 16 run effort with the bat.
Caleb Portors with two wickets was the leading bowler for the Maroons.
Batemans Bay v Ulladulla United at McKay Park
Batemans Bay recorded a big win over Ulladulla United when they clashed at McKay Park on Saturday.
The home side was sent into bat, made 5/150 and then went onto contain Ulladulla to 5/49 in what was a strong performance.
The dangerous Bailey Brady top scored for the Bay with an aggressive 37 runs which included five boundaries.
Lachlan Malcolm also continued his strong form with an unbeaten 30 runs, while Mark Tuckwell chipped in with 13 runs.
Ryan Gilkes with two wickets was the leading bowler for United.
Harrison Fairs with nine runs was the highest scorer for United
Meanwhile, Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s recorded a strong win over Nowra Green at Lyrebird Sports Park Number One.
Exservos made 100 runs in its innings and the Greens were all out for 50 runs.
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