A DYNAMIC 71 from Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens opener Chris Bramley has laid the platform for his side’s big win against Ulladulla United on Saturday.
At Hayden Drexel Oval, Daniel Gleeson’s Ex-Servos won the toss and chose to bat first – reaching 4/165 from their 20 overs.
Bramley’s knock, which included two boundaries and three sixes, was well supported by Blake Munilla’s 34 and Nathan Austin’s 21.
With the ball, Wes Holmes took 2/38 for United, with Matthew Shea (1/21) and Angus Rutherford (1/32) also claiming scalps.
In reply, three wickets from Mathew Ganderton (3/18) and two from Chaise Boulding (2/10) restricted the visitors to just 8/120.
Sam Lee (30) and George Walker (27) were United’s best in the loss.
Ex-Servos backed up this strong win against United by easily accounting for Bomaderry later that afternoon at the same venue.
The hosts batted first and posted 6/129,led by Sam Bagnall, who scored 45 against his former side.
Others to produce handy knocks were Justin Ganderton (28) and Nathan Austin (19), while Kyle Jarrett was Bomaderry’s best with two wickets.
In response, Bomaderry fell 22 runs short (8/107) despite the best efforts of Kyle Jarrett (28), Matthew Hiriart (18), Michael Coulter (14) and Heath Muller (13).
With the ball, Ex-Servos, who are yet to lose a game during the 2018/19 season, were best served by Justin Ganderton (3/32), Nate Jones (2/21), Sam Bagnall (1/7), Brady Spelta (1/13) and Nathan Austin (1/15).