Tigers too good for Magpies in TDCA

Anthony Scott took 3/23 in Toongabbie's win over Rovers. photograph tom morrison
Anthony Scott took 3/23 in Toongabbie's win over Rovers. photograph tom morrison

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TDCA A GRADE

In blustery conditions round two of TDCA cricket produced no real shock results but was highlighted by an incredible bowling performance from TDCA hall of famer Adam Brady who stole the show with a brilliant 7/23 from nine overs.

While in B Grade Ex Students batsmen Dylan Spence made 166 not out and Daniel Chapman made 100 as Ex Students piled on 3/294.

Gormandale 179 def Glengarry 70

Winning the toss, the Tigers batted first and steadily ground they way to a very respectable 179.

Matt Hibbs was best with 43, Tate Marsh made a flamboyant 41 not out while Shaun Barbour (31) and Chris Lehner (28) also made solid contributions.

Cam Graham in good form took 4/21, James Porter 2/12 and Hamish Busk 2/41.

The Glen innings started disastrously when birthday boy Shaun Barbour produced a special in-swinging yorker to have Busk out LBW first ball.

The Glengarry lads never recovered and were all out for 70 with Brandon Francis top scoring with 23.

For the Tigers, Brady was outstanding with his incredible line and length bowling to finish with 7/23.

Barbour was also more than handy, taking 2/7 from four overs.

Toongabbie 6/124 def Rovers 121

Batting first Rovers got off to a good start of 31, but that was it as the young guns came crashing back to earth against the reigning premiers collapsing to 7/65 before scrambling to 121 all out in the 37th over.

Hayden Willaton held the lower order together with 35 not out, Tom Orpe (23) and Ewan Williams (20) were the other run scorers.

Anthony Scott was the best with the ball taking 3/23, Keenan and Connor Hughes took two wickets each, as did Sam Moran.

Zak Russell guided the Rams home with a well made 56.

Toongabbie winning six down in the 35th over.

Tyrone Bramwell and Liam Little both took two wickets each.

Ex Students 7/226 def Imps 141

The Sharks have flexed their muscle with a commanding win over Imps despite star leader Lee Stockdale not having any contribution making a duck.

This shows how strong the Sharks are.

Jordy Gilmore was superb with 63, Mat Dyke showed his class with 41, Matt Robertson 40 and Jackson McMahon 27 all did their jobs.

For Imps Nick Smith was best with 3/31.

Imps never threatened at any stage against the tight Ex Students attack.

Ryan Morley was best with 35,Ross Williams 25, Nick Smith 20 and Brad Sizeland 20 not out got the rest of the runs as Imps were all out in the 44th over for 141.

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