By Aaron Kirby

Kwinana wilted under the sun as One-Day H took to the field for the first time.
2nd Grade had 169 runs to defend on day two against Roleystone/Karragullen.
They made a good start at 1-4, but Kwinana struggled from there as the batsmen put together partnerships, grinding the bowlers into the dirt.
Despite Kwinana’s best efforts Roleystone/Karragullen cruised to victory and ended the match on 9-249.
Dylan Hinchcliffe claimed 3-66.
It was an even tougher day for 4th Grade against Roleystone/Karragullen as Kwinana suffered an outright defeat.
Roleystone/Karragullen needed just 20 runs as play resumed on day two.
They achieved the runs quickly and pushed on to 9-197 before declaring.
Kwinana couldn’t handle the pressure as Roleystone/Karragullen captain Brett Turner claimed a career-best 10-27.
A boundary-laden 47 from Luke Collins avoided an innings defeat and got Kwinana 20 runs ahead, but the runs were chased down quickly.
One-Day H batted first against Armadale and struggled from the outset.
Jason Williams was the only batsmen to reach double figures with 15 as Kwinana were bowled out for 47.
Armadale’s batsmen felt no pressure and cruised to victory on the back of a 114 from Rakesh Rakesh; finishing the innings on 3-182.
One-Day Cs winning streak came to an end at the hands of Leeming Spartan.
Kwinana bowled first and struggled to maintain control and take wickets.
Leeming finished their innings on 2-289.
Kwinana put together a valiant run chase, but it just wasn’t enough falling short on 198.