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Western Park

 

 

 

 

 

Batsmen

How Out

Runs

BF

4

6

S.Batson (*)

LBW T.Papley

11

19

1

-

K.Burns

b. A.Mitchell

45

51

4

-

T.McDonald

c. J.Engellenner b. A.Mitchell

14

34

1

-

A.Geals

C & B J.Engellenner

14

22

1

-

J.Bush

b. N.Macfarlane

5

6

1

-

J.Winfield

Not Out

11

22

-

-

J.Burke (+)

LBW J.Engellenner

1

3

-

-

L.Walker

c. J.Engellenner b. J.Barnes

2

4

-

-

J.Bloink

Run Out

5

14

-

-

C.Minichiello

LBW N.Macfarlane

20

17

1

2

R.Gould

c. A.Mitchell b. J.Barnes

0

6

-

-

D.Watson

DNB

 

 

 

 

Extras

 

24

 

 

 

 

 

153

 

 

 

FOW: 29 (S.Batson), 74 (T.McDonald), 87 (K.Burns), 121 (C.Minichiello), 123 (A.Geals), 127 (J.Bush), 128 (J.Burke), 134 (L.Walker), 149 (J.Bloink), 153 (R.Gould)

 

Bowler

Overs

Maidens

Wickets

Runs

T.Papley

7

1

1

26

J.Barnes

7.5

-

2

26

A.Mitchell

6

-

2

29

T.Park

2

-

-

18

J.Engellenner

6

1

2

28

N.Macfarlane

4

-

2

16

 

Warragul

 

 

Batsmen

How Out

Runs

T.Papley

Not Out

50

J.Engellenner

c.

6

J.Barnes (*)

LBW

10

A.Mitchell

c.

3

N.Macfarlane

LBW

0

C.Davies

c.

0

J.Irving

Run Out

2

T.Park

b.

11

M.Park

b.

6

J.McIlvena

Hit Wicket

3

N.Mulqueen

c.

0

Extras

 

25

 

 

116

FOW: 39 (J.Engellenner), 72 (J.Barnes), 80 (A.Mitchell), 80 (N.Macfarlane), 85 (C.Davies), 98 (J.Irving), 103 (T.Park), 112 (M.Park), 116 (N.Mulqueen), 116 (J.McIlvena)  

 

Bowler

Overs

Maidens

Wickets

Runs

K.Burns

7

-

1

20

T.McDonald

7

2

1

15

S.Batson

7

1

-

17

C.Minichiello

7.3

1

4

24

A.Geals

8

3

3

21

L.Walker

1

-

-

5

 

Western Park 153 def. Warragul 116: Warragul rose to the challenge against Bunyip last week through some aggressive intent from their top order batsmen, but now they are faced with the challenge of the year – defeating a white hot Western Park outfit. The Parkers are fresh from a stress free victory over Drouin but both teams know they need to bring their A game on the weekend to bring home a final victory and also the flag, a prize both teams have had their eyes on since the start of the year. The game began with Western Park batting first and thanks to Kade Burns yet again, posted 153 from 33 overs. Kade led the team from the top with a well composed 45 which featured some sweet stroke play and some exquisite timing yet again. Kade was dismissed on 45 however and Cooper Minichiello seized the initiative and blasted a quick 20, including two massive sixes. From there Josh Winfield provided a supporting role with a handy 16* as the rest of the batsmen fell around him, but Western Park would have liked more runs on the board. Angus Mitchell, Jack Barnes, Jay Engellenner and Nick Macfarlane all took two wickets to keep the Parkers under pressure. Warragul used their 4 overs to get a start and Tom Papley looked in ominous touch. Continuing to the Sunday, Papley cruised to a 50 thanks to some leg-sided bowling from the Parkers, with the highlight of his innings being a flick off his pads over deep backward square leg for a massive six. From there Warragul seemed to have Western Park’s number, but then the Parkers broke loose and put Warragul in a chokehold, taking four quick wickets to leave them gasping. The Gulls could never regain that lost momentum thanks to some penetration from Angus Geals who took 3/21 and Cooper Minichiello who grabbed an impressive 4/24 on his way to the Man of the Match award. In the end, Western Park were just the better team on the day in what was a nail-biting contest that in the end had everyone tearing their hair out and on the edge of their seats.

 

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