Home' The Bunyip : October 22nd 2014 Contents ANGLE Vale bowled well on Saturday to dis-
miss One Tree Hill for 152 and claim its first
win of the Para Districts Cricket Association
Setting One Tree Hill the difficult total of 234 last
week, the Angle Vale bowling attack proved too hot
to handle as it took the last seven wickets for just 27
David Cornish (60) and Luke Lister (30), who
took 5/39 the week prior, were the only standouts
in a bleak One Tree Hill scorecard that included just
four batsmen with scores in double figures.
Justin Carman was the destroyer for Angle Vale,
taking 4/12 from an almost unplayable 15 overs.
Virginia fell 38 runs short of Salisbury West's tar-
get of 201 set on the first day.
Openers Nick O'Reilly (12) and Anthony Bas-
combe (18) both made promising starts, but regu-
lar wickets made it difficult to forge any substantial
John Natsias (43) top-scored, despite the total be-
ing 5/94 at the fall of his wicket.
Travis McIntyre (3/34) and Leigh Harrison (3/44)
were the best of the Salisbury West attack.
In a 10-over hit-and-giggle session to end the
day, Salisbury West hammered 1/41, with Matthew
North and skipper Justin Davies remaining not out
on 24 and 15, respectively.
In other matches, Central United dismissed Craig-
more for 92 and 244 to win, with Brad Woodward
starring by taking 7/47, including a hat-trick.
Rose & Crown raced past Parafield Gardens' day
one score of 149, finishing on 346 to record a 197-
Meanwhile in grade two, Angle Vale lost to River-
side after being all out for 142 in pursuit of the home
side's first day score of 7/270.
Riverside's bowling attack had Angle Vale in trou-
ble at 3/15, and produced regular wickets from there
on to grab victory.
In grade three, One Tree Hill scored a convincing
110-run win over ATCO after dismissing it for 83 in
reply to its day one total of 193.
Kean Sparkes starred with the ball, taking 5/19 to
go with his 55 runs in the first innings.
Riverside failed to chase down One Tree Hill's
mammoth 430 in grade four, being dismissed for
115 in the first innings.
Angle Vale also had a tough time in grade five,
skittled for just 78 in its first innings in chase of Cen-
tral United's 251 first-day total.
-- Grady Hudd
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South needs big effort
SOUTH Gawler will need
a big effort from its bats-
men if it is to claim victory
over Kapunda in day two of
its Barossa & Light Cricket
Handy contributions right
through the Kapunda batting
line-up helped position the side
at an enviable 8/226 at stumps,
giving its bowlers plenty of
runs to work with when play
resumes this Saturday.
After winning the toss and
electing to bat, Kapunda's in-
nings got off to a shaky start
when opener Brett Johnson (0)
was trapped leg before wicket
by Patrick White with just one
It would be a long time be-
tween celebrations for South,
however, as Austin Smith and
Rob Johnson took it up to its
The pair progressed the score
past 50 without further loss,
preventing an early collapse
and giving its remaining bats-
men a good base to build on.
South finally got the much-
needed breakthrough when
Luke McCracken removed
Smith for 30 with the score still
in Kapunda's favour at 2/60.
However, South speedster
White soon struck in quick
succession, removing Joey
Brown (3) and the dangerous
Johnson (45) to even up the
contest, with Kapunda now
Another wicket to South saw
momentum swing in its favour,
but Kapunda's batsmen were
determined not to squander
their positive start.
Some handy batting by Craig
Reimann and Trent Hunt
formed a desperately needed
partnership for the home side
that would be crucial in guid-
ing it out of trouble.
The pair added 44 runs, be-
fore both fell to Scott Blundell
Matt Ryan arrived at the
crease with the score 6/141 and
he batted with conviction.
He plundered a crucial 45
runs at a timely pace, aided by
a solid 22 from wicketkeeper
Rod Brown, with the unbeaten
partnership steering the total
over the 200.
White was the workhorse in
South's bowling attack, send-
ing down 21 overs to claim
Blundell finished with 2/46,
while McCracken and Jordan
Dare each claimed one wicket
for 30 runs.
South will need one of its
class batsmen, Lachlan Hewett,
Shane O'Donoghue or Brodie
Barker, all of whom got starts
last week, to go one further this
week and register a big total if
victory is to be achieved.
A FIVE-wicket haul from Truro's Brad Fairey
wasn't enough to prevent Eudunda-Robertstown
notching an impressive 9/230 to be in control
after day one of its Barossa & Light Cricket
Association A1 reserves match on Saturday.
Truro looked on top early when opening bowl-
er Zac Giles ploughed through David Cluse (4)
and Blake Biscan-Launer (5) to have Eudunda-
Robertstown in trouble at 2/29.
A strong partnership between skipper Samuel Ni-
etschke (92 not out) and John Mosey provided the
cornerstone of the Eudunda-Robertstown innings, as
the match swayed in favour of the batting side.
Some strong hitting late in the game by Terry Bak-
er (40 not out) helped tip the score over 200, which
will be a tough chase for Truro when play resumes
In other matches, Matthew Birchmore smashed a
massive 152 as Mallala notched a dominant 262 on
day one over Greenock.
Birchmore did the majority of the damage, ac-
counting for over half his side's score, while, for Gree-
nock, opening bowler Chris Hoffmann had a good
day with the ball, taking 5/68.
Lyndoch's Ryan Muirhead also had a bowler's day
out, taking 6/42 from 23 overs in his side's battle
with Light Pass.
The Lighties notched a solid score of 190, largely
due to solid batting from Richard Mattner (53) and
Craig Todd (34), with Lyndoch finishing at 0/32 in
reply at stumps.
Other grades saw Sandy Creek knock up a respect-
able total of 183 against Gawler Central in A2.
Rhys Handtke (62) starred with the bat for the
Cockatoos, while Central's Chris Bilney was the pick
of the bowlers, taking 4/36.
Kapunda's Henry Smith was unlucky to fall three
runs short of his century in his side's A3 match
Smith was integral in Kapunda's innings, which
ended after 55 overs for the total of 192, with
Greenock's Peter Nitschke taking 4/27.
The highlight in the A4 competition was Gilbert
Valley's Chris Busch smashing an unbeaten 110 in
his side's victory over Sandy Creek.
Busch was ruthless against the Cockies' bowling at-
tack, plundering it to all parts of the ground, helping
his side to 225, before Sandy Creek fell short with
7/172 in reply.
Also of note was Greenock's Scott Hansen, who
took a hat-trick in his side's demolition of Truro in
Hansen finished with 4/4 off just three overs as
Truro capitulated for 36 in pursuit of Greenock's
-- Grady Hudd
Fairey's e ort
South Gawler paceman Nathan Willis hurls down a delivery to Angaston opener Lionel Peel during day one of the two side's B&LCA A2
match at South Gawler on Saturday.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
Angle Vale gets rst win
Rose & Crown 346 (R. Batersby 104, D.
Jenner 98; L. Mitchell 3/44, D. King 3/67) d
Parafeld Gardens 149.
Angle Vale 234 & 3/107 (A. McGregor 59*, A.
Meredith 35) d One Tree Hill 152 (D. Cornish
60, L. Lister 30; J. Carman 4/12, T. Shillabeer
Salisbury West 201 & 1/41 d Virginia 163 (J.
Natsias 43, T. Natsias 24; T. McIntyre 3/34, L.
Central United 8/284dec. d Craigmore 92
(Sebastyn 51, Baker 21; Woodward 7/47 incl
double hat-trick) & 244 (Elliot 94, Sebastyn
43; Woodward 4/55, Picton 3/88).
ATCO 7/241 d Smithfeld 8/216.
Eastern Park 200 d Dublin 90 (B. Starr 24, W.
Heslop 15; Freeman 4/9, Williamson 4/23).
Riverside 7/270 d Angle Vale 140 (Kelly 38,
Wharton 25; Howden 3/14, Stewart 2/13) &
1/43 (Pfeifer 19*, Morriss 18; Edge 1/22).
Rose & Crown 401 & 9/178 d Craigmore 252.
ATCO 7/241 d Smithfeld 8/216.
Central United 9/307 d Parafeld Gardens
Salisbury West 269 d North Pines 203.
Eastern Park 8/288dec. & 1/46 d Salisbury
One Tree Hill 193 d ATCO 83 (Ormsby 22; K.
Sparkes 5/19, Angus 3/24) & 7/166 (Ormsby
39, Tomlinson 30; Sachdeva 3/13, K. Sparkes
Para Teachers 175 d Two Wells 172 & 166 (D.
Hardiman 43, S. Zanker 36).
Craigmore 140 & 107 d North Pines 119 &
One Tree Hill 430 d Riverside 115
(Stansborough 38, Brereton 35; Keatley 4/8,
B. Jarman 4/44) & 7/31 (Elliot 35, Brereton
34*; Dissinger 2/15).
ATCO 9/310 d North Pines 173 & 2/62.
Central United 251 d Angle Vale 78 & 140
(A. Carson 68, R. Tiller 22; C. Walker 4/20, I.
Salisbury North 59 & 3/209 d Rose & Crown
106 & 160.
Smithfeld 8/307 (Z. Lowe 97, C. Lowe 66; P.
Economou 4/41) d Virginia 57 (M. Lane 3/5).
Dublin 6/134 (L. Walker 26*, H. Walker 25)
d Elizabeth East 129 (J. McDonald 26, M.
Macartney 24; D. Coombe 4/14, L. Walker
Fitzroy 176 d Tea Tree Gully 142.
One Tree Hill 151 (D. Bruce 58*, Sood 38;
Smithma 5/28, Hammond 2/23) d Central
United 130 (C. Wegener 44, Bailey 22; A.
Power 4/22, Nissen 3/20).
Angle Vale 9/170 (A. Davis 46, C. Stone 32;
M. Vawser 3/29, T. Richard 2/9) d Craigmore
53 (T. Richard 21, L. Osbourne 11; C. Stone
2/6, D. Taylor 2/6).
Salisbury West D d North Pines (forfeit).
Adelaide Warriors 213 d Enfeld
Salisbury North 9/164 d Salisbury West E
Angle Vale's Colin Marchetto looks to go big with
this shot during his short knock of ve against
Riverside in the PDCA grade two competition on
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
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