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Runs on the board
Date of Event : Tue Feb 26, 2019 3:04PM
Parkdale United's Cal Ravesi led from the front with 106 against Clayton District in Division 2

It was a weekend for posting big scores in Cricket Southern Bayside as five teams cracked the 300 and eight batsman posted centuries, none bigger than South Caulfield's Bradley Erasmus who turned his into a double-hundred.

 

Championship Division
South Caulfield 6/358(cc) (Bradley Erasmus 206, Daniel Ford 54) have set a mighty total for Bentleigh to chase;Carnegie 5/337(cc) (Abhilash Sharma 172, Tej Gandhi 58, Ashish Harsolia 51) went a long way to securing their finals berth after setting McKinnon a hefty target.

Parkdale 131 (Daniel Forbes 5/31, Harry Allen 3/36) collapsed against Hampton 3/123 (Harry Allen 64*) who now appear safe from the bottom of the ladder;Beaumaris 176 (Sam Coates 53; Jack Bailey 3/29) work hard on a difficult pitch for batting against Bonbeach 0/2;

Division 1
Murrumbeena 8/368(cc) (Brad Kruger 108, Xavier Ross 104, JaredWilliams 63; Tom Williamson 4/90) went on a run scoring spreeagainst Brighton District;Mentone 9/332(cc) (Matt Williams 121, Jason Gumbleton 69, James Fisher 48; Dishan Sandaruwan 5/69) appear to have sewn up top spot against Chelsea;

Middle Park 205 (Ash Hubbert 79, Aiden George 56; Brett O'Hanlon 5/52) have set Aspendale a tricky chase next week; Bayside 140 (Nick Oxley 60; Tom Homes 4/27)were dismissed quickly by anOld Mentonians 1/79 (Daniel Russo 41*) who are still fighting for an unlikely finals spot;

For all other results please click the link below.

This week's Men's Grand Finals (12pm)
Sun. One Day Division 1 - Hampton vs Chelsea at Boss James Reserve
Sun. One Day Division 2 - South Caulfield vs Chelsea at Princes Park 1
Masters Division - Colombo vs Bayside at Southern Reserve

 

 

 

 

Omega victorious in Grand Final preview

Carnegie and Omega squared off in what was a Grand Final preview on Sunday with the latter coming out on top.

Carnegie batted first and posted a competitive 8/108cc (Nici Lyver 19*,Dhara Shah 18, Heidi Skillen 18*; Jordan Cooper 2/14). However, the experienced Omega side chased the total down with plenty of overs to spare to ensure they will go in to this week's Grand Final as favourites. Omega 2/117 (Ellie Hearne 29*, Julie Cooper 21*, Rhiannin Bretherton 21*; Heidi Skillen 2/26)

Parkdale finished their season with a 1-runwin against Richmond City.Batting first, Parkdale compiled 4/115cc (Penni Brown 20*, Noelene Bergen 18*) before dismissing Richmond City on the second last ball for 114 (Noelene Bergen 3/6,Hayley Grange 3/8).

East Malvern 2/128cc (Hannah Faraone 27*, Skye Blackshaw 17*) were too strong for Cluden who finished 6/89 (Ellie Campbell 3/24 Claire Arbuthnot 2/27).

Aspendale and Bentleigh played out a nail-biter which saw Aspendale reach the target with just 6-balls remaining. Aspendale 5/97 (Nicky Ncube 19*, Georgia Rowe 18; Trish Jeffery 2/2) defeated Bentleigh 3/96cc (Trish Jeffery 16, Kim Hazendonk 16*, Charlotte Gorham 16*)

This week's CSBW Grand Finals (1:30pm)
Division 1: Omega vs Carnegie at Caulfield Park 6
Division 2: East Malvern Tooronga vs Aspendale at Caulfield Park 7

 

 

 

 

Grants Available

CitiPower/Cricket Victoria Canteen Grant
The CitiPower & Cricket Victoria Canteen Grant has been created to provide local clubs (within the CitiPower, Powercor and United Energy distribution network) with the opportunity to apply for grants to replace or upgrade electrical appliances, electrical wiring, power boards and switchboards or related infrastructure. Applications close 12 March 2019.

Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund (ACIF)
Cricket Victoria and Cricket Australia are partnering to provide clubs, association, schools, councils and cricket facility managers with the opportunity to apply for funding for cricket facility projects. Applications will close on Sunday 31 March 2019.

TAC & Good Sports Grant
Cricket Victoria partner TAC have aligned with the “Good Sports” campaign which is based around supporting local sporting clubs to keep people active, healthy, socially connected and safe.Local cricket clubs have until Sunday March 3, 2019 to register as a “Good Club” and will then go into the draw to win $5,000 worth of equipment.

VicHealth Active Club Grants
VicHealth is inviting community sport clubs to apply for an Active Club Grant. Grants for sporting clubs provide up to $3000 or $10,000 to increase participation opportunities for Victorians in community sport (excluding GST).Applications close Friday 8 March, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Game Wallets - A Perfect End of Season Gift

With the end of season awards fast approaching for clubs, what better way to acknowledge a person within your club than with a great cricket gift.

The Game wallets are a fantastic idea for clubs to present for outstanding player achievements, valued volunteers or even life members.

Check out our friend's at The Game for a unique gift for the valued people within your club.

 

 

 

 

Important Dates
Wed 27 Feb. - CSB Pres.& Sec.Integration Meeting (BentleighRSL at 7pm)
Sun 3 March - CSBW, Masters & Sunday One Day Grand Finals

School Activities
Fri1March - Clayton North PS Intra School Cup
Fri 1March - Mulgrave District InterSchool Cup
Fri 1March - Katandra Special School Program
Thur7 March - Malvern Central PS - ASC Program



Last updated: Tuesday February 26, 2019 3:07PM

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