Unders 10s enjoy success

Under 12s MJR: Back row from left Anwar Ali, Josh Bentley, Rose Nattress, Georgina Palmer, Arabella Roohan, Kaden Lane, Zac Bentley, Ned Crawford. Coach Dennis Smith. Front row Blake Wilson, Riley Lane.
Under 12s MJR: Back row from left Anwar Ali, Josh Bentley, Rose Nattress, Georgina Palmer, Arabella Roohan, Kaden Lane, Zac Bentley, Ned Crawford. Coach Dennis Smith. Front row Blake Wilson, Riley Lane.

The Under 10s Wingham Lauders Real Estate had a great game notching another win by 19 runs. Fielding practice at training paid off with the side taking twelve wickets, working brilliantly together as a team to all have a hand in at least one of the wickets.

Nic Pereira (30 not out) hit a number of fours in his usual style but this week also saw him smash a six straight out to his Dad!

Wingham Eyecare Under 10s Friday night team played Old Bar Krakens Red in Taree and batted first.

Hayden McCallum (12) and Lucas Rees (6) opened the batting, before Kobi Jones (15) and Sam Raison (16) put on a huge 30 run partnership. Oliver Barry (22) joined Adam Rees (11) as Wingham continued to pile on the runs. After 20 overs Wingham Eyecare were 4/123.

Oliver Barry, Adam Rees and Jayden McCallum jagged a wicket each. Tight bowling made sure Old Bar Krakens Red fell short at 4/103 after 20 overs.

WinghamUnder 12s Chapman and Wood Chemist were sent into bat first against Taree West Heat. Openers Sam Harris and Angus Abbott set a good platform for the team to build on. Brayden Garrett and Shawn Griffin (12) kept the score book ticking over but the highlight of the innings was Oscar Platt's 38 not out. Platt smashed boundaries all around the ground. At the end of innings Wingham Chapman and Wood Chemist were 7/102. Taree West Heat looked comfortable at the crease with the first three batters chasing down most of the runs. Emma Letheren (1 for 6) and Oscar Platt (1 for 7) both snared a wicket while Angus Abbott (2 for 6) chimed in with two. At the end of their innings Taree West Heat were 4/124.

The Under 12s MJR Accountants travelled to Tinonee with Tinonee electing to bat and making the most of the exceptionally quick outfield building a formidable total of 5-249. Riley Lane was the pick of the bowlers taking 3 for 33 from four overs. The Wingham run chase struggled against the overwhelming total with Blake Wilson playing a lone hand with 27 off 46 balls. Wingham were dismissed for just 82 in reply.

Wingham Under 14 AMIEU team were sent into bat first against Great Lakes Oxley Insurance Brokers but were in trouble early. Most players got a start but couldn't go on with it. Cae Allan 13, Oran Shepherd 9 and Jackson Barry 9 not out were the top three batters, as Wingham was dismissed for 64. Oxley Insurance Brokers rounded out their innings at 4/114.

Other Results: Under 10s Wingham Manning Valley Eggs 0/233 (Rylie Murray 21, Gus Loretan 42, Lincoln Smith 27, Kolby Butler 19) defeated United 7 for 62 (Jack Murray 3 for 11).