Our 2 day teams are in winning positions as we win 2 and lose 2 in the one dayers, plus 2 Tigers play in their milestone matches.

Fourth Grade had a good day in the field vs Canning Vale at Coker Park. Our bowlers struck early and kept the wickets tumbling at the visitors reached 6/54 near tea. All our bowlers taking a wicket. After tea Canning Vale dug in a little before Jaspreet struck to finally bowl them out for 110. Asim Qureshi playing in his 100th game took 2/26, Jaspreet Chhabra 2/11 and Vijay Kumar 3/46. We batted for 10 overs, losing an early one and then another right on stumps to be in a good position at 2/36.

Asim plays his 100th game for the Tigers

Sixth Grade were away to Kelmscott and batted first. Wickets fell early for the Tigers, but 400 gamer and opening bat, Mark Delamere stood firm as we reached a precarious 4/24. That became 5/52 as Keegan made a brisk 20. Next in was Guri Singh who blasted 34 from 22 balls to lift us to 6/94. Della then took over as he passed 50 in his milestone match, finally falling for a patient 62 and the Tigers finally all out for 154. Kelmscott batted for 8 overs to reach 1/29, Steve Hall taking the only wicket. It is set up for an upset win next week.

Della is ready to open the batting in his 400th game vs Kelmscott. He would go on to top score with 62.
Mark Delamere is the first Tiger to reach 400 games

Seventh Grade were away to Jandakot, won the toss and batted first. After a shaky start at 3/39 with Reddy Madamshetti making 20, Balvinder and Dwarakanath put together 42 when Balvinder fell for 22. At 5/103, Siva Ankam joined Dwarakanath for a match defining partnership of 84 before Siva departed for a well made 40. Dwarakanath then took over the scoring as he neared his century, but was bowled on 92 off 123 balls with 5 sixes and 9 fours, helping our total to 228. A big score to defend next week.

ODB were in a vital match vs Kwinana at home. losing the toss we were sent into bat and got away to a decent start to reach 5/101 with Boobalan making 29 and Sindhu 24. Manoj was joined by Nazeer as they blasted a partnership of 78 in quick time Nazeer making 40 off 27 balls with 3 sixes and 4 fours. Manoj fell a few runs later for a well made 52 as the Tigers reached an imposing 8/196. Things were looking even at 4/115 and Sashi Pidikiti taking wickets but 1 batsman would take away the game from us as he blasted 6 sixes and then the tail finished us off. Sashi finishing with 4/48 and Dinaker 2/19. 34 wides did not help our cause. We need a big win next week to stay in the four in a very tight ladder with 7 teams in contention.

ODC had a close tussle with Kelmscott at Queens Park. Bowling first we took 2 quick wickets and then a third to have them 3/45, Eldhose Baby taking all 3. Kelmscott then took control as they reached 171 with the help of 34 wides. The extras would be the difference as none of our bats really got going with Santhosh making 27 and Sethuraj 25, we would be bowled out for 153 with 4 overs to spare.

ODE had a high scoring game vs Thornlie in a top of the table clash. Batting first the Tigers had a great start from their openers Akhil and Yesudas adding 73 before Akhil fell for a well made 41. Yesudas would go on to make 58 with JohnPaul smashing 38no off 19 balls with 3 sixes and 2 fours to boost our score to 4/197. Thornlie started well in their chase reaching 3/126 but 3 wickets from Syed Ali slowed them down as we restricted them to 8/172. The win keeps us on top of the ladder.

ODG were playing bottom side Piara Waters at Sutherlands but it turned into a tight tussle. Batting first we struggled at the top of the order losing 4/41 and then managed to get to 7/76 before Vihanga and Manula saved the innings to post 8/154 with the big help of 56 wides. Piara Waters chase started shakily as they slumped to 5/65 but some big hitting from their number 7 put them on top, but Irosh Ranathunga would take 3/9 to save the game and bowl them out for 145. A big kick to wake us up with finals just around the corner. The win keeps us in 2nd place in a very tight ladder.