NORTH Nowra Cambewarra Blues recovered from the loss of an early wicket to record victory over Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens/Nowra in their under 14s match at Lyrebird Sports Park.
The two Shoalhaven District Junior Cricket Association teams met on Saturday to conclude their two day match and Norths, despite losing a wicket when it only had 14 runs on the board, managed to record victory.
Ex-Servos, the week before, made 125 runs in its innings and Norths made 5/152.
Stylish batsman Aidan Woods top scored for Norths with 25 runs from 26 balls which included one six and a boundary.
Lachlan Mark 16 runs, Brodie Arkinstall-Brazenall 13 runs and Tim Abbott 11 runs helped steer Norths to victory.
Baden Manwaring, in a strong bowling effort, took two wickets for Ex-Servos.
North Nowra Cambewarra Maroons v Ulladulla United Blues
Chasing the massive 314 total set by its opponents last week proved to be unreachable for the Ulladulla United Blues on Saturday at Ray Aboud Oval.
The Blues fought hard but was all out for 139 runs but Norths, particularly early on, had to work hard for its wickets.
Drew Ramsden 37 runs and Lachlan Barr 31 runs produced tradesman like efforts with the bat for the Blues.
Jack Walsh led the way with the ball for Norths with three wickets, while Cameron Murray, Toby Huard and Blake Dixon all bagged two wickets.
Berry Shoalhaven Heads v Batemans Bay
Berry Shoalhaven Heads completed a successful run chase on Saturday at Zealand Oval Number Two against Batemans Bay on Saturday to record victory.
However, no batting details for Berry were supplied and all we can tell you is they made 147 runs to pass the Bay’s 145 runs.
Bailey King and Grace Blackmore took two wickets each for the Bay.