Our 6th Grade travelled to Canning Vale to play Perth Tamil, winning the toss and electing to bat. A great opening partnership between Matt Pedulla 21 and Dempsey Badorek 40, of 63 runs got the day off to a bright start and then 2 more big partnerships between Woodsy 80 and Nadeem 18, of 54 and Woodsy and Harsh 22, of 59 set up a big score for the day of 9/258. A good day with the ball next week is needed. Good luck fellas.
In ODA our Tigers lost a very close game vs Willetton. The visitors won the toss and batted first making 6/158 with Waqas Mehdi the best of the bowlers taking 2/19. The run chase started well with a 53 opening stand between Shah Rukh 27 and Waqas 27 but then a steady decline in wickets saw us needing 67 with just 2 wickets left. Some power hitting by R Singh almost got us there falling 8 runs shy of victory. Let’s lift for the next game boys.
ODC continued their good form with a win vs Thornlie away from home. Thornlie sent the Tigers in and a great 2nd wicket partnership of 68 by Ritesh 27 and Dwarakanath 38 set up a good total of 9/195 with Abishek Ghai top scoring with 41no and captain Krishna Kalluri making 26. Our bowlers then kept Thornlie to just 160, with Dwarakanath rounding off a great day with 5/17 to add to his 38 runs, Captain Krishna taking 3/35 and Karnam Nagarjuna 2/31. Keep it up lads.
ODE bounced back from last week with a huge win vs Jandakot. Winning the toss and sending the visitors in, we bowled them out in just 18.5 overs with our openers Steve Ambler 3/26 and Stuart Riseley 3/5 doing the damage and then abley supported by Aaron Dyer 2/1 and Asim Qureshi 1/10. Darren Third taking 2 superb catches at mid on. The batting order was mixed up a bit to give our young fellas a bat but did not work out as planned with us being 3 for 1 after just 2 overs. But Richo 47 with Darren, Stewie and Manu 20 steadied the ship allowing Aaron Dyer to play his natural game at the end powering his way to 53no with 3 sixes and 6 fours. We ended the day on 8/193. Let’s keep up the winning formula next week.
Milestones for the Tigers
This weekend saw 3 players reach milestones for the club.
Mark Richards (Richo), captain of ODE, with his 47 runs reached 5000 runs for the Tigers putting him in 4th place overall for the Tigers behind Mark Delamere’s total of 6785 runs.
Aaron Dyer (Azza) with his 53no reached 3000 runs for the Tigers putting him in 19th place of total runs scored for the club.
Krishna Kalluri, captain of ODC with his 26 runs reached 1000 runs for the Tigers putting him in 93rd place overall. His 3/35 took his wicket tally to 99, so hopefully we will see him reach 100 wickets next week.