Ganderton to the rescueA smashing 77 by Ex-Servo’s Matt Ganderton has placed his team into a strong position against North Nowra-Cambewarra following the first day of their clash at Bernie Regan Sporting Complex.
Norths won the toss and sent Ex-Servos to the crease and the wickets started to fall almost immediately. Shane Bell claimed Matt Tyler (8), Shane Halliday (6) and Brady Spelta for a duck while Graham Davidson bowled Laine Beckett for three.
Ex-Servos captain Daniel Gleeson (32) got things back on track and was followed by Ganderton’s 77 that included seven boundaries. Paul Meakins finished off a good come back with 40 runs before the visitors were dismissed in the 61st over for 201.
Shane Bell (3/36/14) and Jarryd Clancy (3/36/11.4) were the best with the ball for Norths,
In reply Norths faced just 8.4 overs and managed to lose the wicket of Matt Hickmott on the last ball (c P Meakins b M Ganderton) before stumps were pulled with the score on 1/17.
Bell puts Bomaderry back in control
FOUR wickets to Bomaderry’s Jason Bell has helped his team reel in a confident Ulladulla side that looked set to claim first inning points in their match at Ulladulla Sports Park.
Ulladulla won the toss and sent Bomaderry to the crease. The Bomaderry openers had a rare slip up with Scott Fagerlund out for a duck and Jarryd Sue on his way back to the sheds for eight.
Ulladulla captain Mark Jackson (3/29/13), Terry Dorrell (3/12/10) and Wes Holmes (3/16/6) helped hold the visitors to just 96 runs, dismissing them in the 49th over.
In reply the Ulladulla top order struggled against the Bomaderry bowling attack as Jason Bell sliced out on his way to amazing figures of 4/5/4.
At stumps Ulladulla was 6/37 from 18 overs, still 59 runs short of Bomaderry’s total.