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28 January, 2022

Wamuran romps home in Division 4

WAMURAN-STANLEY River had a convincing win in Division 4 cricket last Saturday while it was tough going for the Division 6 and 7 teams.


Division 4 team fires at Noosa

Tewantin-Noosa was restricted to just 109 runs for the loss of nine wickets in 38 overs, despite profiting from 28 runs in illegal bowling in the Division 4 match at Noosa District Sports Complex.

The home side had no answer to the trio of James Brand (3/11), Tony Runge (3/17) and John Nugent (2/10).

Jordan Smith (53 not out) and Lachlan Wright (20 not out) steered the visitors to 2/112 in the 25th over, following the dismissals of Addam Nicholson (28) and Damon Murphy (3).

Caloundra gains the points in Division 6

Caloundra was declared the winner of the Division 6 game at Wamuran Sports Reserve, after the match ended prematurely due to rain.

After being sent in to bat, the hosts managed 6/143 in 40 overs before the visitors responded with 4/90 in 18 overs.

Luke Eronen shines in losing cause

A five-wicket haul to Luke Eronen wasn’t enough for Wamuran-Stanley River in its Division 7 contest with host team Landsborough, which won comfortably as rain forced an early finish.

Eronen captured 5/21 from five overs as the hosts made 9/141 in 40 overs, with Paul Forsdike (44) and Scott Coulson (40) the top scorers.

A fifth wicket partnership of 61 took place before Landsborough lost 5/20.

The visitors reached 1/40 before slumping to 7/56, and then finishing at 7/59 in 21.2 overs.

Geoff King took 3-0 in his only over, including a hat-trick.


JUNIOR CRICKET SCORE

U15 South: Wamuran-Stanley River 138 (C Marshall 38, K Jarrett 24 retired; L Moore 4/11) beat USC Purple 4/120 (N Wallden 21 retired; A Goves 2/29, L Eronen 1/6).


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