North Nowra Cambewarra’s Aidan Woods has one of the best bowling action in the junior grades.IT was a case of the visiting teams taking the points in the latest round of the Shoalhaven District Junior Cricket Association’s under 14s competition with the home sides struggling.
Ulladulla United Golds enjoyed its visit to Zealand Oval Number Two by defeating Berry Shoalhaven Heads in convincing fashion.
The Golds made 5/188 in its innings and the home side struggled with the bat and was only able to make 6/96.
Alex Baccarini was the main man with the bat for Ulladulla with a brilliant 47 runs which included a powerful six boundaries.
Benjamin Ebzery 27 runs with four boundaries, Jake Town 22 runs with three fours and a six and Riley Jarrett 26 runs with two boundaries all hit top form for Ulladulla.
Charlton Lans with three wickets and Saxon Hilkemeijer with two wickets led the way with the ball for Berry.
Berry openers Ben Lans and Logan Cosgrove, with two strong batting efforts, did everything in their power to get Berry home.
Ben made 36 runs with four boundaries and Logan scored 21 runs.
United’s Jayden Perry was his team’s leading bowler and his two wickets only cost two runs.
Batemans Bay v Ulladulla United Blues
It was a low scoring thriller down at Surfside Main Two when Batemans Bay played host to the Ulladulla United Blues.
The Bay batted first and could only make 46 runs and the Blues also struggled with the bat but its 5/48 was just enough to get it victory.
Stuart Megee 16 runs and Joshua Vanzetti 12 runs battled hard with the bat for the Bay.
Drew Ramsden and Dal Hall lead the way with the ball for the Blues with two wickets apiece.
Drew then went out in the middle to guide the Blues home with an unbeaten 15 runs.
Grace Blackmore captured two wickets for the home side.
North Nowra Cambewarra Blues v North Nowra Cambewarra Maroons
North Nowra Cambewarra Maroons, with a few overs to spare, managed to overcome club-mates North Nowra Cambewarra Blues at Bernie Regan Number One.
The Blues batted first and produced a steady effort with the bat to reach 5/80 and in reply the Maroons made 2/81.
Riley Sims top scored for the Blues with 11 runs and Marley Arthur with 10 runs was not far behind.
Cameron Murray was the star with the ball for the Maroons and he captured an impressive four wickets.
Unbeaten knocks from Jack Walsh 19 runs, Jack Sweet 16 runs and Jaydon Sinnamon got the Maroons past the post.
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