THE mighty Shoalhaven District Cricket Association’s modified cricketers put on their own big bash round on Saturday with lots of great efforts.
Batsmen were on top at the Berry Sporting Complex when Berry-Shoalhaven Heads played Nowra.
Batting first Nowra hit up a competitive 7/95.
Lachlan Davies (10) top scored for Nowra, while Mitchell Downey and Anthony Hutmo combined for a 25-run partnership.
Jasper Arnold (1/5) and Mayson Griffith (1/8) were the pick of the Berry bowlers.
Berry got off to solid start when Christian Page (17) and Alastair Urquhart (11) combined in a 40-run partnership.
Some good hitting from Ollie Muller (19) and Saxon Hilkemeijer (17) helped Berry reach 5/154.
Mitchell Downey completed a good double for Nowra claiming 1/6 and getting a run out.
Ex-Servicemens/Bomaderry v Ulladulla
Ulladulla’s batting ability allowed them to beat Ex-Servicemens/Bomaderry in their contest at Lyrebird Sport Oval.
Ulladulla made 111 runs and Ex-Servicemens/Bomaderry could only make 91 runs.
Cooper Jones was the star of the bat for Ulladulla with 20 runs, which included three boundaries and team mate Kyle Geeling made 11 runs.
Kyeden Booth took two wickets for Ex-Servicemens/Bomaderry.
Ex-Servicemens/Bomaderry chased hard but only made 91 runs.
Ben Rowland made 12 runs and Jacob Fakhoury made 10 runs.
The Ulladulla bowling attack shared the wicket taking duties around.
North Nowra Cambewarra (Blues) v Batemans Bay
A solid innings from North Nowra Cambewarra (Blues) was enough to give it the points against Batemans Bay at Surfside Number Two Oval.
Norths made 93 runs and Batemans Bay went close with its run chase and made 84 runs.
Tayla Dunn proved to be the key batsperson for Norths.
Tayla came in at number 10, in her second innings, and belted 20 runs, which included one boundary.
Mark Tuckwell led the way with the ball for the home side with two wickets.
Luke Gallen led the way with the bat for Batemans Bay with 12 runs, which included the only boundary of the innings.
Jasper Dunn and Rubi Davidson with two wickets each lead the way with the ball for Norths.