By Aaron Kirby

Kwinana’s 4th grade team rolled the top side to keep their slim finals hopes alive as 2nd grade post a big total in their fight to host a semi-final.

4th grade came into their final match needing a big outright victory against top placed Jandakot to have a chance to make the finals.

After winning the toss, Kwinana bowled and made instant inroads having Jandakot 2-2. Connor Kilgallon took control taking 6-28 bowling Jandakot out for 74.

Kwinana found themselves in similar trouble at 3-13 before a quick fire 60 from Luke Ward took the game away from Jandakot.

Kwinana ended day one on 8-137 with a lead of 63.

2nd grade travelled to Armadale looking for a win to make sure they host a semi-final.

Kwinana batted first and started shakily before Brett Kearney (87), and Aiden McCartan (44) steadied the innings and pushed Kwinana’s total to 9-212.

Kwinana will be feeling confident going into the last weekend of the regular season.

One-Day Gs dominated at Leeming to jump back into the top four.

Kwinana flourished with the bat thanks to a great start from David Stewart who hit ten fours on his way to 80.

Both Luke Collins (51) and Lincoln Dwyer (44) took turns hitting Leeming’s wayward bowlers around the park before Kwinana finished the innings on 5-228.

Leeming made a steady start with the bat before losing 3-6 to be on the back foot.

Kwinana was able to restrict the middle order, and Lincoln Dwyer’s 3-22 saw Leeming finish the match on 8-173.

One-Day Bs took a major step back in their last home game of the season against Leeming.

Kwinana was asked to bowl first but could do nothing as Leeming smashed their way to 6-308.

Aaron Kirby took 4-75.

Kwinana found themselves in early trouble at 2-14 and couldn’t recover being bowled out for 125.

Jason William top scored with 33.