By Aaron Kirby

Kwinana’s 2nd Grade side claimed an outright victory before tea on day two while 4th grade complete the two-day double over Willetton.

2nd Grade came into day two against Willetton having already claimed a first innings victory.

They added 93 runs with the bat thanks to a crisp innings of 42 from Brett Kearney before declaring at 6-190 with a lead of 127.

Andrew Gibbs once again led the attack claiming 5-49 to take his match total to 9-83.

Dylan Hinchliffe also took 5-36 from the other end to see Willetton skittled for 85 giving Kwinana a huge outright win which gives them a ten point cushion in third spot on the ladder.

4th Grade struggled early before finding their rhythm in their match against Willetton needing to defend 200 for victory.

A collapse of 4-21 opened the door for Kwinana, and they took the opportunity, sharing the wickets around as they bowled Willetton out for 155.

Marshall Clark claimed 2-28.

One-Day Bs were asked to bowl first against Armadale at home.

They started with good pressure thanks to Fida Hussain’s (2-34) controlled swing bowling.

A lack of wickets and dropped catches saw Armadale explode in the final ten overs to post a total of 6-231.

A reshuffled top order struggled and collapsed to 3-21 before the middle order put some respect into the total with Kwinana bowled out for 148.

Aaron Kirby top scored with 34.

One-Day Gs travelled to take on Maddington.

The day started well with Kwinana winning the toss and batting first.

A few early partnerships got the innings going before Maddington put the brakes on with multiple wickets.

Two scores of 24 from youngsters Blake Newton and Josh Elphick saw Kwinana reach 128 before being bowled out.

Twenty-nine extras hampered Kwinana’s bowlers as Maddington cruised to victory; finishing the match on 6-177.

Kody Geere claimed 3-43.