Shoalhaven District Cricket Association
Bay and Basin v Bomaderry at Sanctuary Point Oval
BOMADERRY have come away with first innings points from their clash with Bay and Basin at Sanctuary Point Oval.
Bomaderry successfully defended their total of 223, dismissing the home side for 180 after 66.2 overs.
Bomaderry had an almost ideal start when the home side could only add four runs to their total after resuming at 1/32 when Brandon Labb was removed by Ben Lynch for 10.
After the second wicket, Michael Labb and Brad Miller went about rebuilding the innings with a 47 run partnership before Miller came unstuck, out to Michael Lees for 33.
The home side couldn’t add another run to their total before the next wicket fell when Bell dismissed Santino Battagliolo to leave Bay & Basin at 4/83.
Michael Labb was then joined in the middle by Jonathan Hill and the two pushed the total out 111 before Michael Labb was Bell’s second victim on 27.
Bay and Basin’s middle order did what they could to keep the home side in the match but proved unable.
Hill fell on 29, with the scorecard reading 6/136.
Hart and David Rickwood managed to get the home side to 171 before Lynch caused them to collapse to all out for 180.
Lynch claimed Hart for 44, before snaring Shannon O’Brien for a duck.
He then had Rickwood caught on 11 and then bowled Joel Lahene for a duck, ending the home side’s innings and claiming his fifth wicket of the match.
Lynch’s 5/20 were easily the best of Bomaderry’s bowling figures, Bell the next best with 2/51, while John Muggleton, Lees and Blake Munila claimed one wicket each.
Bomaderry’s second inning saw them reach 2/52 from 18 overs.
Openers Travis Roth and Josh Coulter were dismissed for 11 and 1 respectively as play closed with Callum Mackay and Jarryd Sue both left not out.