Bomaderry's Brad Ingram smashes ton in win against Bay and Basin

LEADERS Bomaderry had a crushing victory against Bay and Basin at the weekend, winning on both first innings and outright at Francis Ryan Reserve.

BOOM: Bomaderry Tigers' Brad Ingram belted 10 boundaries and two sixes on his way to scoring 104 at the weekend. Photo: COURTNEY WARD

BOOM: Bomaderry Tigers' Brad Ingram belted 10 boundaries and two sixes on his way to scoring 104 at the weekend. Photo: COURTNEY WARD

After restricting Basin to 134 on day one, the Tigers reached 7/259 before declaring, on the back of a dominant century from Brad Ingram (104).

Ingram was received support from Robert Mirabito (47 not out), while Reilly Matthews (3/34) and Dre Howlett (2/30) did what they could for the hosts.

In their second innings, Basin were rolled for just 89, with only Dre Howlett (43 not out) reaching double figures, as Garry Evans (5/27) starred with the cherry.

At Ray Abood Village Green, second-placed Sussex Inlet (8/198 declared) defeated North Nowra-Cambewarra (110 and 4/56) on first innings.

Standouts for the victors were Christian Sargood (59), Glenn Hayek (32) and Troy Gillespie (2/4) while Frank Neri (5/41) was Norths best.

At Lyrebird Sports Park, Berry-Shoalhaven Heads claimed a first innings victory against Nowra.

On day one, Nowra posted 173 before Berry responded by declaring at 3/252 – thanks to Hugh Dobson (87), Alex Dobson (52), Sam Fletcher (48 not out) and Tom Troy (39).

Nowra finished at 7/145 at stumps on day two, with Alec Dobson taking 2/9.

Finally, Ulladulla United (90 and 6/69 declared) lost on first innings to Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens (9/105 declared and 2/17).

Standouts in the win were Bryce Goldfinch (32 not out) and Tor Janes (3/12).