Saturday saw three games played and Dubbo Peckers receiving a forfeit from Cowboys.
Federal and Dubbo Ducks: Ducks batting first were five wickets for 122 runs.
Federal were all out for 102 runs from 17 overs with Daniel Burrows 32 runs.
Gardner and substitute Liam Brien scored two wickekts each.
Daniel Burrows was named “Man of the Match”
Farmers versus Redferns: Redferns batting first were five wickets for 145 runs after 20 overs with Sam finding some blistering form 83no.
Harry Broome was the best of the Farmers bowlers with two wickets. Farmers ended with nine for 120 in the chase – Dugald Campbell 17 runs, Will Martel 15 runs.
Matt Redfern and Luke Connelly both took two wickets each.
Sam Redfern received the “Man of Match” honours.
Ballbusters versus Geurie: The youngsters (Ballbusters) were 8wkts for 117runs after their 20overs – Brian Dutfield 39 and Claude Lewsham 33no
with J Davis taking 3wkst for Geurie
Geurie in return were 7 for 132 – Leigh Dawson 32 and Clarke 36.
Young Claude Lewsham was named “Man of the Match”
Draw this Saturday
1pm – Rygate Cowboys versus Ducks
4pm - Geurie Geurie versus Redferns
Rygate Peckers versus Ballbusters
Pioneer 2 Federal versus Farmers
No results to hand for the 12As, and 12B’s games this week. Milo T20 Blast remember due to coaches being unavailable this week, there will be no Wednesday afternoon activities but will return again on the 22nd.
Brewery Shield: Wellington District team played Dubbo at Pioneer on Sunday in R1 of the Brewery Shield Competition with no results to had at time of print.
Their next game is scheduled for December 10 against Cobar here at Pioneer 1.
Schools PSSA Lord Tavernors KO.
Wellington Public School won their game on Monday against Newport PS (no scores to hand) and are now through to the semi-finals on the 28th November, their opposition is Wagga South PS.
The other semi-final is between Tacking Point PS and Bolwarra PS.
The semi-final and finals are all played on the one day and according to the PSSA Web, the a venue is still TBA.
Well done Liz J and your team of youngsters, good cricketing on “finals’ day”.
Western School Sports CHS Girls Trials.
All the best to those High School girls attending the Western trials today.
The Association offers their sympathies and thoughts to a number of families this week.
The Toohey Family – Denise, Damian and Kevin on the loss of their dear mum “Jannifer”
Great cricketing family whilst living here many years ago.
Damian is the NSW CHS Cricket Convenor and past Western School Sports Assoc Executive member
Denise past NSW U18 player (whilst going to Wellington High) and past Western School Sports Assoc Executive member.
All played Junior cricket under the coaching of dad – Phil (dcd), Dickie Collins(dcd) and Kevin Hinton
The Manning Family – on the loss of their dear dad “Alan”, great cricketer for “Wests” many years ago and a very proficient Lawn Bowler.
Ian continued his love of the game by being one of our great Cricket curators along with Paul as Council’s Park and Gardens Staff, both also playing for many years.
Jack Charlton and Family on the loss of their dear wife and mother “Sally”.
Jack played cricket in Wellington many years ago, before leaving and returning to the game of bowls but always took an interest in what was happening locally on the cricket scene.