A half century from Mal Windley guided Berry Shoalhaven Heads to victory over Bay and Basin on Saturday at Zealand Oval.
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Windley was in great touch, during this Shoalhaven District Cricket Association third-grade one day match on Saturday, and his 53 aggressive runs included five boundaries and three sixes.
The Basin won the toss and after electing to bat made 126 runs and Berry, on the way to victory, only lost three wickets.
Chris Labb clubbed 30 runs for the Basin which included three fours and two sixes, while Dre Howlett’s 25 runs with four boundaries was also handy.
Michael Troy and Brad Page took three wicket hauls for the victors.
Talented youngster Alec Dobson helped guide Berry home with his 44 runs.
Dobson reached the fence six times during his unbeaten knock.
Nowra v North Nowra Cambewarra
Nowra’s Adam Watson pounded the North Nowra Cambewarra attack into submission at the Nowra Showground and led his team to victory.
Watson made 86 runs on Saturday which included seven boundaries and two sixes.
Nowra was able to post a score of 9/204 and then proceeded to bowl Norths out for 119 runs.
Lachlan Butfield 45 runs with four boundaries also enjoyed his time out in the middle for Nowra.
Angus Rhodes toiled hard with the ball for Norths and he took four wickets, while Blake Dixon got two dismissals.
Alex Parsons 22 runs, Rhodes 16 runs and Ryan Lowbridge 14 runs provided the most resistance for Norths.
Luke Stevenson and Shawn Higgins took two wickets apiece for Nowra.
Batemans Bay v Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen's Club
The drive home from Hanging Rock Oval would not have been much fun for the Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen's Club players after they run into a red-hot Batemans Bay side.
The Bay dominated the match and recorded a commanding 151 run victory.
The Bay batted first, made 9/190 and then dismissed the Ex-Men for just 39 runs.
Andrew Malcolm top-scored for the Bay with 47 runs which included seven boundaries and a six, while Jamie Prior 29 runs with five boundaries and David West 27 runs with two boundaries and a six also got into the act.
Barry Cumberland took four wickets for the Ex-Men.
Nick Prince, 10 runs, was the only player for the visitors able to reach double figures.
Malcolm capped off a great match by taking three wickets, while Mark Templeman and Lachlan Malcolm each got two.
In the other third grade match, Sussex Inlet 240 smashed Bomaderry 104 at the Bomaderry Sports Complex.
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