By Aaron Kirby
Kwinana’s 4th grade completed a commanding victory in round five as G grade found form against Leeming.
4th grade jumped into the top four with a dominating victory over Riverton-Rostrata.
Kwinana came into day two having won the game on the first innings and still having a lead of over one hundred.
They decided to bowl again.
Andrew Gibbs (5-31) and Mark James (3-48) again set about dismantling Riverton-Rostrata’s batsmen to have them all out for 136 leaving Kwinana 34 runs to chase to claim the outright.
Steve Nichols made 30n.o as they made the runs with ease.
One-Day Gs chose to bowl first in their home game against Leeming Spartans and found it tough going.
Leeming put pressure on Kwinana’s bowlers making good partnerships and taking advantage of 37 extras to make a challenging total of 8-183.
Blake Newton claimed 3-11.
Kwinana started the run chase steadily thanks to captain Peter Geere (43) who put together partnerships with the top order before surprise packet Sean Beazley blasted four six’s on his way to a career-high 44 propelling Kwinana past the total.
Kwinana finished the match on an impressive 6-221.
A serious of runouts cost 2nd Grade in a tight run chase away against Riverton-Rostrata.
Three run outs including top scorer Matthew Parnham (49) saw Kwinana bowled out short of the 181 runs required for victory.
2nd grade sits fourth on the ladder after five games.
One-Day Bs again struggled in the field against Leeming to record another loss.
Kwinana’s bowlers couldn’t find any consistency bowling 50 extras while Leeming opener Jeremy Gibson took advantage plundering 114n.o.
Leeming posted a massive 2-258.
Kwinana lost early wickets before recovering in the middle order.
However, even some big hitting from Luke Collins (54) couldn’t get it done as Kwinana finished their forty overs on 7-187.