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Allen lifts Hampton off the canvas
Date of Event Cricket Southern Bayside: Thu Feb 21, 2019 8:07AM
Harry Allen was the star with bat and ball in Hampton's win against McKinnon. Picture: Leader Newspapers

The second last round of a golf tournament is generally known as 'Moving Day'. The same can be said for CSB as a number of teams used last weekend to make important moves up the ladder.

Hampton's win against McKinnon has left a tasty last round in the Championship, with all four matches having a large bearing on both ends of the ladder.

In Division 1, Brighton District's lower order saved them against Chelsea, whilst a remarkable unbeaten 9th wicket partnership has kept Old Mentonians slim finals chances alive.

At the start of the season, Division 2 looked to be an even contest and with one-match remaining four teams are still fighting it out for last two places in the finals. Clayton District, Parkdale United, South Caulfield and Mentone all remain mathematical chances of reaching the semi finals.

In the Championship,South Caulfield (6/305) dismissed Carnegie 212 (Tej Gandhi 39, Afan Sheriff 2/5); Beaumaris (9/165) (Chris Hall 59; James Seeary 5/49) defeated Parkdale 128 (Hayden Callahan 42; Luke Klasen 4/40);Hampton (5/161) (Harry Allen 48; Yuri Ryaboshapka 3/48) chased down McKinnon's 9/157; Bonbeach (9/290)defeated Bentleigh 182 (Shane Jeffree 40; Dan Mueller 4/57, Will Collard 3/47).

Division 1,Murrumbeena (314) proved too strong for Mentone 187 (Tom Kelly 5/32); Bayside 7/168(Josh Sugden 60; Ashley Hubbert 4/48) defeated Middle Park 88 (Hubbert 41; Rashmika Perera 4/30) in a one day match; Brighton District 8/156 (Paul Gould 44*; Dishan Sandaruwan 5/54) scraped home against Chelsea 153; Old Mentonians 8/166 (John Seeary 75*; Harley Dale 6/35) remarkably defeated Aspendale 163;

South Caulfield's Elliot Bradley was named this week's X-Golf Player of the Round for his 133 and 3 dismissals in the Championship Division match against Carnegie.


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Pink Stumps Day at hit at East Malvern-Tooronga

East Malvern-Tooronga hosted a Pink Stumps Day 'Double Header'on Sunday which proved to be a great success.

Parkdale battled Carnegie in the Division 1 match and put up a very competitive 6/129cc. Nat Pribil 31* & Jade Johnson 17 were the key contributors with the bat,Dhara Shah (3/31) produced her best bowling for the year. In reply, Carnegie (5/131) chased down the total with 18 balls to spare as Penny Callaghan (31*),Nici Lyver (26*) and Rachael McGarry (24*) scored the bulk of the runs.Grace McMahon (2/11) kept Parkdale in the contest.

The Division 2 match saw a grand final preview as Aspendale made 6/115cc,Lauren Fields (25*) and Kath Aistrope (22*) making the runs whilst Claire Arbuthnot (2/10) and Ellie Campbell (2/13) took the wickets for East Malvern-Tooronga.In reply, EMT (3/125) reached the total in the 16th over. Campbell (29*) & Arbuthnot (25*) completed a great match.

Elsewhere, Omega 3/90 (Ellie Hearne 28*) accounted for Richmond City 82 (Ellie Hearne 2/9 & Julie Cooper 2/11) and Cluden (2/72) recorded their first ever win as they chased down Bentleigh's 4/71 inside 10 overs.Jessica Linnell (26) &Alice Dunne (14*) were the stars with the bat. Well done to Cluden who have improved on a weekly basis throughout the season.

 

 

 

 

Wed 20 Feb. - SECA Clubs Integration Presentation - Hurlingham Park at 7pm
Fri. 22nd Feb. - CSBW vs NMCA Representative Matchat 6pm (here)
Sun 24th Feb.- Sunday One Day Division Semi Finals
Mon 25th Feb. - ISEC Clubs Integration Presentation - Meade Reserve at 7pm
Tue 26th Feb. - McKinnon Sec. College - Health & PE Program
Wed 27th Feb. - CSB Clubs Integration Presentation - Bentleigh RSL at 7pm
Sun 3rd Mar. - Sunday One Day & Masters Division Grand Finals



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