PUTTING the pending result to one side, there was a nice occurrence during the Bomaderry and Ulladulla United third match on Saturday.
United’s Casey Dorrell got to bat with her dad Terry at the Bomaderry Sporting Complex in this Shoalhaven District Cricket Assocation match.
However, not even the efforts of this father and daughter combination was enough to stop Bomaderry from getting the first innings points.
United batted first made 128 runs and the home side, with 3/150, is eyeing off a potential outright win.
The Dorrell partricach made 32 run with six boundaries and Casey made seven runs.
Drew Ramsden 51 runs with nine boundaries top scored for United.
Don Kennedy picked up a five wicket haul for Bomaderry.
Ethan Adlington, with 48 runs, will be looking to chalk up a half-century when the match continues on Saturday and Jack Pritchett will be looking to add to his 39 runs.
Nowra v Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay could have the slight edge over Nowra in match at Lyrebird Sports Park set to go down to the wire.
Nowra made 117 runs in its innings and in reply the Bay has 3/58 and needs 60 more runs to get the first innings points.
Lachlan Adlington top scored for Nowra with 27 runs which included two sixes and a boundary.
Matthew Klarica took four wickets for the Bay, while Farley Prior was not too far behind with three wickets.
Adam McCabe 19 runs and Jamie Prior 15 runs got the Bay off to a steady start to its run chase.
Sussex Inlet v Culburra
It would take a minor miracle to stop Sussex Inlet from getting an outright win over Culburra when their two day match at the Thompson Street Sporting Complex continues on Saturday.
Things are not looking good for Culburra as it only made 54 runs in its innings.
Sussex, on the other hand, is in a commanding position with 4/260.
Dre Howlett with 15 runs was the only player for Culburra to reach double figures, while Jayme Mulholland took four wickets for Sussex.
Jake Westley 70 runs with three sixes and nine boundaries and Brennan Whatmough 68 runs showed strong early form with the bat for Sussex.
Bay and Basin v Berry Shoalhaven Heads
Bay and Basin should get the first innings points when its two day match against Berry Shoalhaven Heads recommences on Saturday at Francis Ryan Reserve.
Berry only made 122 runs in its innings and at stumps the Basin was 4/113.
Matthew Watson 25 runs top scored for Berry, while John Ulrick and Michael Troy both reached 22 runs.
Adrian Ugle was the chief destroyer for the Basin and took five wickets.
Daniel Crick 31 runs and Dave Foley 22 runs have the Basin within sight of victory.