NEW RECRUIT: Trent Innes knocked up 35 runs for Batemans Bay first grade in its loss against Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s at the Lighthouse Oval in Ulladulla. SALMON SMASHER: Chad Salmon smashed 12 boundaries on his way to 122 in Batemans Bay’s third grade win against Berry Shoalhaven Heads.
AFTER winning the toss from Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s, Batemans Bay elected to bat at Lighthouse Oval in Ulladulla on December 21.
After a slow start, Matt Sethi (27), new recruit Trent Innes (35) and Marc Stiller (42) helped the Bay to make a respectable 8/161 in its 45 overs.
Ex-Servos did not need many batsmen to take the win.
Daniel Gleeson hit an unbeaten 91 runs, proving yet again why he is such a dangerous weapon for his team.
Gleeson smashed 10 boundaries and two sixes and only needed assistance from Simon Schmotz (20) and Chris Bramley (19) for his team to take the win in 26 overs.
EX-SERVOS proved why they sit comfortably on top of the table after making 262 in their innings against Batemans Bay at Hayden Drexel Oval.
Brandon Booth (68) and Dean Trost (88) hit a combined 25 boundaries to put their team on 3/195 after both were dismissed.
But Chris Weller (24) and Syd Weller (21 not out) picked up the slack and Ex-Servos were 9/262 at the change of innings.
Batemans Bay was well up for the chase and showed the depth in its batting line-up as Jake Cooper (31), Zac Henstock (16), Corey McAlpin (32), Tom McAlpin (26) and Sam Bennett (19) all gave the Ex-Servos’ bowlers cause for concern.
But Ex-Servos’ Rodney Craig (2/31) and Matt Smit (2/42) remained steadfast in their deliveries, and the Bay finished the game on 188 runs.
BATEMANS Bay’s third grade side continued to fly the flag for the club with a 110-run demolition of Berry Shoalhaven Heads.
Chad Salmon led the way for the Bay. In his 122 runs were eight fours and four sixes.
He was supported by Brett Woolridge (26), Shaun Lloyd (35), and Mark Reidy (25 not out). The Bay completed its 40 overs with 226 runs
In reply, Berry could only manage 116 against the stylish Bay bowlers.
Captain Tony Nunn led his team to victory with 3/37 while Shaun Lloyd (3/11) and Mark Reidy (2/16) were also the best for the Bay.
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