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18 February, 2022

Déjà vu for Wamuran cricketers

WAMURAN-STANLEY River trounced Palmwoods in Division 4 and Division 7 cricket last Saturday while Tewantin-Noosa had the better of Wamuran-SR in Division 6.


It was a similar tale to when the teams met a week earlier.

Comfortable run chase in Division 4

Home team Wamuran-SR defeated Palmwoods by seven wickets when chasing a small target of 96, after the hosts won by eight wickets when chasing a total of 90 against the same opponent at the same venue a week earlier.

Brad Teske starred with bat and ball on both occasions, having taken 2/18 on the first occasion and 2/33 on the second occasion, and scored 40 not out one week and then 29 not out the next.

Palmwoods slipped from 3/75 to 5/78 and later lost its last five wickets for just two runs, with James Brand and Josh Burton doing the damage.

The hosts never looked in danger as wickets fell at 31, 52 and 71.

Gallant run chase falls short

Wamuran-SR had a creditable loss to Tewantin-Noosa last Saturday following a landslide defeat a week earlier.

Tewantin-Noosa tallied 9/211 before Wamuran-SR managed 7/183 in reply.

The Sunshine Coast club had made 4/270 and dismissed Wamuran-SR for 106 the previous weekend.

Century to Baker in Division 7

Palmwoods made 155 against Wamuran-SR on the Briggs Park Turf for the second successive Saturday, and lost by five wickets on one occasion before losing by 176 runs the next time around.

A knock of 145 from opener David Baker set up Wamuran-SR’s total of 5/331, while Michael Harvey was dismissed one run shy of triple figures.

Palmwoods fell apart after an opening stand of 30, despite a whirlwind 42 not out from Mel Shelley in the lower order.

SENIOR CRICKET SCORES

D4: Palmwoods 95 (J Smith 26; J Brand 3/4, J Burton 3/15, B Teske 2/33) lost to Wamuran-Stanley River 3/98 (B Teske 29 not out, A Phillips 27) by 7 wickets at Wamuran Sports Reserve.

D6: Tewantin-Noosa 9/211 beat Wamuran-Stanley River 7/183 by 28 runs at Noosa District Sports Complex.

D7: Wamuran-Stanley River 5/331 (D Baker 145, M Harvey 99, M Goves 35 not out; P Robinson 3/69) beat Palmwoods 155 (M Shelley 42 not out; L Bass 4/12, P Eronen 4/69).

JUNIOR CRICKET SCORES

U12 South: Wamuran-Stanley River Red 7/100 (35 sundries; M Porfiri 2/13, T Visser 2/20) beat Glasshouse 83 (S Stokes 21, J Pearce 20 not out; R Shipp 2/6) at Woodford Recreation Reserve.

U12 South: Wamuran-Stanley River Blue 233 (R Jarrett 110, D Bigalla 37; 30 sundries; P Matheson 2/19, O Meuleners 2/22) beat Landsborough 7/183 (45 sundries; E Lymbery 33 not out; R Lang 3/17) at Landsborough Sports Club.

U15 South: Wamuran-Stanley River 98 (A Goves 23 not out; M Tennant 2/5, E Pearce 2/20) lost to Glasshouse 6/116 (J McAllister 47 not out; S Kercher 2/4) at Wamuran Sports Reserve.


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