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Bradley & Mildenhall make a stand
Date of Event : Thu Feb 14, 2019 2:20PM
Lewis Mildenhall shared a 207 run partnership with Elliot Bradley

The runs flowed on a stereotypical Melbourne weekend weather wise. Twin centuries for both South Caulfield (Elliott Bradley & Lewis Mildenhall) and Murrumbeena (Brad Kruger & Troy Lamb) were the highlights of the action.

After electing to bat first, Bradley (130) and Mildenhall (100) added 207 runs for the 2nd wicket as South Caulfield put Carnegie to the sword and amassed 5/285 from 74 overs. South will resume their innings with 3 additional overs to bat before Carnegie commence their chase.

Bentleigh sent Bonbeach into bat at Princes Park, and the Sharks found no troubles with the wicket as they compiled 9/290cc. Opener Sean Gales (86) continued his good season and Bryce O'Connor (51) found some form. Alex Caravelas 3/28 was the surprise packet with the ball for the Demons.

Wet surrounds limited play at Beaumaris as the Sharks reach stumps at 6/121 after Parkdale opted to bowl. Chris Hall (56*) will resume his innings next week, with 17 overs still to be bowled before Parkdale take to the crease. James Seeary (4/29) continued his run of good form with the ball.

McKinnon's lower order fought back after a disastrous start to post a competitive 157. Adnan Sahibzada (57) stood tall for the Heat whilst Harry Allen (3/39) did the damage with the ball. Hampton (0/28) have already started strongly in their chase.

In Division 1, Kruger (105) and Lamb (101) guided Murrumbeena to an imposing 314 against ladder leader Mentone. Chris Smyth (4/48) was the chief wicket taker for the Tigers.

Aspendale were dismissed for 163 against Old Mentonians with Jack Sullivan (63) leading the way with the bat after Darcy Brown (5/25) and Ryan Tunbridge (4/41) wreaked havoc with the ball. However, Aspendale produced a deadly 16-over spell at the of the day to leave the Panthers (7/48)in disarray as Harley Dale (5/19) was devastating with the ball.

Chelsea (153) have given themselves a chance to jump from the foot of the table as they have Brighton District (2/11) in early trouble. Hasitha De Silva (67) and Inzy Mitchell (45) rescued the Seagulls innings as Jason Oldfield (4/29) and Dylan Blignaut (3/19) troubled most of the batsman.

Play was abandoned in Middle Park's match against Bayside.

For all other Men's turf results click the link below.

 

Carnegie consolidate second position in CSBW

Penny Callaghan (30*) and Ella Maitland (3/5) helped Carnegie 5/102cc to victory against Richmond City 8/55cc and consolidated their position in the top 2.

In the other Division 1 match, Omega defeated Parkdale to remain on top of the ladder.

In Division 2, Bentleigh (79) were restricted by Hannah Faraone (3/11) and Emma Arbuthnot (2/3) despite Amanda Thatcher's (19) best efforts. East Malvern Tooronga past the total with 22 balls to spare.

Aspendale hosted Cluden on the turf at Regents Park, and the visitors posted 5/90cc thanks to Allie Amey (28) & Alyssa Privitelli (21). Nicky Ncube (22*) and Georgia Rowe (17*) guided Aspendale to victory with plenty of overs to spare.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CSB Presentation Night returns to Woodlands

Cricket Southern Bayside's 'Night of Nights' will be returning to Woodlands Golf Club this season.

The night in which we recognise the fantastic individual and team achievements from throughout the season in both the men's and women's competitions will take place on Friday 12th April 2019.

Every club will be allocated two tickets, however additional tickets will be available to purchase for anyone wanting to attend.

 

 

 

Southern Bayside Seahawks take flight

Cricket Southern Bayside (CSB) is pleased to announce the expansion of our indoor program from a single Men’s National Indoor Cricket League (NICL) team to four sides in 2019.

CSB will field its inaugural Women’s NICL side this coming season, and has worked with the Springvale Seahawks to merge in two Men’s Super League sides.

As a result of the coming together CSB has adopted the Seahawks name to recognize the past history and our sides are now known as the Southern Bayside Seahawks.

 

 

 

 

School Activities

Friday 20 Feb - Mulgrave District School Cup Carnival
Friday 20 Feb - Katandra Special School Clinics

Upcoming Events

Sunday 17 Feb - Battle of Bayside (CSB vs SECA) at Gerry Green Res.
Friday 22 Feb - CSBW vs NMCA Rep. Match at Ruthven Res., Preston
Wednesday 27 Feb - CSB President & Secretary Meeting at Bentleigh RSL



Last updated: Thursday February 14, 2019 2:23PM

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