By Aaron Kirby
Kwinana dominated round four bringing home four wins from four games.
The wins started at the top with 2nd grade’s phenomenal run chase against Kelmscott.
Kwinana was in trouble early at 2-16 chasing 215 for victory before Kurt Verdonk, and Aiden McCartan walked to the crease.
They put together a 106 run partnership before McCartan fell for 35.
Verdonk led the rest of the innings and fell just short of a maiden ton on 98 as Kwinana passed the total and ended the innings on 7-232.
4th Grade also recorded a big victory chasing against Kelmscott.
They started day two on 0-13 needing to reach 140.
Captain Bartholomew Pratt led the way with 68n.o. building multiple partnerships as Kwinana passed the score comfortably and pushed on to 207 all out.
Kelmscott batted again needing 68 to avoid an outright loss.
Mark James ran rampant claiming 6-19 and ten in the match, but it wasn’t enough to claim the outright as Kelmscott finished the game on 7-63.
One-Day Bs bowled first against Armadale at home.
Kwinana started well with regular wickets before the lower order rallied and pushed Armadale’s total to 156.
Kieren Mellacheruvu took 3-15.
Kwinana opener Robinson Joseph (26) started the innings well as the team put together multiple partnerships to be within reach of victory.
Philip Keirnan (20n.o.) and David Buchanan (20n.o.) finished the innings off claiming a close win as Kwinana closed the innings on 8-162.
One-Day Gs also bowled first in a low scoring encounter with Armadale at Gwynne Park.
The bowlers were on top all day as Armadale were bowled out for 95 with club stalwart David MacDonald claiming 2-13.
Kwinana’s batsmen also struggled to get going, but a late order partnership saw Kwinana claim a nail-biter finishing the innings on 9-99.
Josh Elphick top scored with 12.