BOMADERRY have chalked up their first win of the new Shoalhaven Cricket season, by easily accounting for Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens at Hayden Drexel Oval on Saturday.
The hosts batted first and started their innings strongly thanks to openers Matt Smit (11) and Alec Cooper (15).
Their dismissals brought Brandon Booth and Luke Jurancic to the crease, with the pair managing 31 and 78 not out respectively, helping the hosts finish their 40 overs at 7/171.
With the ball, Chantelle Downey led the way with 3/41, while Matthew Lees claimed 2/4.
In reply, the Tigers got off to a solid start behind 30 from Adam Pritchett.
Greg Wellington then made a quickfire 13 before Matthew Lees (72 not out) and Matthew Bell (41 not out) saw the visitors home (3/173) in the 38th over.
Luke Jones was the pick of the Ex-Servos bowlers with 2/25, while the final wicket was claimed by Matt Smit (1/22).
Elsewhere, Bay and Basin outlasted Ulladulla United at Lighthouse Oval.
The visitors won the toss and sent United to the crease, where they made 97 from the 26 overs,
Leading the way for the hosts were Andrew Gardiner (28) and Terry Dorrell (22), while David Rickwood (3/16) claimed three wickets for the Dolphins, as Dave Foley (2/4) and Shaun Brooks (2/31) finished with two each.
In reply, behind 46 from Santino Battagliolo, as well as 28 from Tom Mason saw Basin reached the target (3/100) in the 26th over.
William Walton (1/12), Colin Searson (1/14) and Lewis Overall (1/30) all took wickets for United.
At the Thompson Street Sporting Complex, Sussex Inlet made light work of Batemans Bay.
The visitors chose to bat first, posting 119 from their 39 overs, with Stephen Knight top scoring with 61, despite Troy Gillespie taking 5/17.
In reply, half centuries from Jon Kingston (63 not out) and Paul Kezik (51) saw the hosts home (2/121) in the 25th over.
North Nowra-Cambewarra and Berry-Shoalhaven Heads’ match at the Bernie Regan Sporting Complex was washed out.