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BH claims cricket

Friday, 30th September, 2011

OUT: Dayne Beams has declared himself unfit for tomorrow’s  big match. OUT: Dayne Beams has declared himself unfit for tomorrow’s big match.

By John Casey

Broken Hill has regained the prestigious Geoff Goulding Memorial Shield in a thrilling climax to the cricket carnival held as part of the BH-Bankstown Sister City Exchange.

BH managed to reclaim the trophy during the penultimate clash of the four-day carnival when the local Year 8 team held on for a 23-run victory against the visitors.

Lachlan Harvey was the hero of the win, compiling an unbeaten half-century for the second time in three games and when BH took to the field he claimed 2/13 with the ball.

With solid support from James Hale and the all-round talents of Kobe Mutch, the Year 8 BH side secured their series, which helped the local contingent claim a 3-2 overall result.

Had Bankstown been able to chase down the total they would have squared the Year 8 series at one win apiece (their match yesterday was washed out) which would have resulted in the overall tally being square at two-all.

The result would have then been determined on total games won, with BH leading nine games to five.

In other matches yesterday BH completed a clean sweep of the Year 7 category with Michael Maalste and McKenzie Attard both registering unbeaten 50s in their 166-run thrashing.

In contrast, Bankstown continued their domination of the Years 10/11 section with a 76-run victory taking them to a 3-0 series whitewash.


Yesterday’s scores from day four:

Year 7: Broken Hill 7/229 (Michael Maalste 53 retired, Mackenzie Attard 50 ret, Rourke Turner 39, Isaac Cumming 21, Jarred Nicholls 20 not out; Blake Worsfold 2/36, Rhys Mutch 2/20) defeated Bankstown 63 (Dev Baweja 18, Kieran Armson-Graham 13; Jarred Nicholls 2/8, Riley White 2/4).

Year 8: Broken Hill 7/188 (Lachlan Harvey 50 ret, James Hale 37 n.o., Kobe Mutch 20, Jayden White 18, Liam McAllister 14; David Lozinski 2/19) defeated Bankstown 6/165 (David Lozinski 50 ret, Luke Phipps 36, Aidan Murphy 19; Lachlan Harvey 2/13).

Year 9: Bankstown 9/144 (Conor Davidson 46, Jayden Okenbor 20, Mitchell Henderson 14; Declan Henderson 2/16, Jarred Bright 2/6) defeated Broken Hill 68 (Jackson Ruddock 23; Nathan Anderson 3/17).

Day three scores:

Primary: Broken Hill 6/141 (Lyndon McInnes 25 n.o, Kane Dwyer 19, Tom Langford 21 n.o; Nathan Tomkins 2/8) defeated Bankstown 82 (Alex Saligueria 16, Galen Banfield 16; Paddric Attard 2/4, Tom Langford 2/4). 

Year 7: Broken Hill 7/111 (Rourke Turner 34, Michael Maalste 22 n.o; Dev Baweja 4/19) defeated Bankstown 7/72 (Kieran Armson-Graham 17, Nathan Lobb 13, Ryan Gray 14; Riley White 1/3).

Year 8: Bankstown 7/108 (Lucas Gray 32 ret, David Lozinski 30 ret; Lachlan Tiziani 2/14. Rain washed out play.

Years 10/11: Bankstown 9/127 (James Murphy 29, Chris Caccamo 35; David O’Mally 2/23, Jordan Vella 3/23) defeated Broken Hill 97 (Jordan Vella 22; Chris Bale 3/8, Chris Caccamo 2/10, Ben Proudfoot 2/15). 


Overall results:

Primary: BH 3-nil.

Year 7: BH 3-nil.

Year 8: BH 2-nil.

Year 9: Bankstown 3-nil.

Years 10/11: Bankstown 2-1.

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