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Ladies Wrap - Round 3
Date of Event : Wed Nov 7, 2018 8:13AM

Round 3 of the Central Coast Cricket Association T20 competition saw wins to Kincumber Avoca, Narara, Terrigal-Matcham and Lisarow-Ourimbah.

In an entertaining game at Heazlett Park, Kincumber-Avoca defeated Warnervale by 5 wickets.

Batting first Warnervale were able to score 2/125 off their allotted 20 overs with Eliza Ellis 56 not out and Tracey Jensen 42 leading the way. Lindsay Stanford was the leading Kincumber-Avoca bowler picking up both wickets.

In replay, Kincumber-Avoca led by openers Elissa Andrews (40) and Miranda Moloney (20), who put an opening stand off 69 runs were able to pass Warnervale's total for the loss of five wickets. Youngster Piper Hooke was the pick of the Warnervale bowlers finishing with 2/14 off her 4 overs.

Narara-Wyoming recorded an eight wicket win over Northern Power Orange at Paddy Clifton Oval.

Tight bowling from Narara-Wyoming was able to restrict Northern Power Orange to 4/81 off their 20 overs with Karen Mander top scoring with 30 and Amanda Whittaker 17.

Newcomer Rebecca Callan led the way in the Narara-Wyoming run chase putting together a fine unbeaten 59 as the Lions passed the Power's score in the 11th over. For the second week running Crystal Osborne was able to take multiple wickets finishing with 2/26.

In the remaining games, Terrigal-Matcham 0/39 were too strong for Wyong, 27 whilst Lisarow Ourimbah defeated Northern Power Blue.

Full match details click here

Round 4 matches to be played this Saturday:

Lisarow-Ourimbah vs Terrigal-Matcham @ Paddy Clifton # 2

Kincumber-Avoca vs Northern Power Blue - Venue to be determined

Wyong vs Narara Wyoming @ Kurruba Oval

Warnervale vs Northern Power Orange @ Northlakes Oval

The Women's Social Cricket will also continue this Sunday at Hylton Moore Oval, East Gosford from 3pm-5pm. Bring your friends for an entertaining afternoon, all equipment is supplied  and no experience necessary. For more information click here

 


Last updated: Thursday November 8, 2018 9:40AM