Finally a full round of cricket matches were played on the weekend.
With only two weeks of competition left and then the Semi Finals will be played on March 20 between second and third point scorers. The winners of the semi finals will play the team that came first on the pointscore on March 27.
Unfortunately in second grade Glendon has withdrawn their team.
In the top grade Valley continued to perform well scoring 9/135 and defeating PCH all out for 96. Top scorer for Valley was Daniel Storey with 64 with Jacob Carey with 21 and Tully Winsor 16. Sam Barry had a great game taking 4/17 and Tristan Muir also chipped in with 4/37 and Daniel Hayes 2/1.
For PCH Jackson Cox top scored with 26 with Andrew Winsor 16 and Hugh Smith hitting 13 runs. In the bowling department Jake Daniels 3/6, Barton Jones 3/39 and Danuel Bell took 2/41.
Glendon 4/254 defeated JPC 100 with Daniel Higgins hitting 104no and Jack Turner not far behind with 102. Cooper Bailey was devastating with the b all taking 5/36 and Tom Druery 3/31.
Alex Thrift top scored for JPC with 27 followed by Luke Dempster 25no and Daniel Thrift 15 and he also took 2/44. Hayden Moorcroft took 2/29.
In second grade JPC 6/107 defeated Denman 101. For JPC Brad Driscoll took 4/15 and Rywin Nock 3/5 with their top scorers being Rod Luxford and Michael Cole both hitting 28 runs.
Peter Mills hit 56no for Denman and Jackson Ball took 2/33 and Anthony Worth 2/16.
In third grade JPC 110 defeated Glendon 47. Andrew Knox 31, Stuart Johnstone 26 and Shane Harman 25 were JPC's best with the bat and Don Hornby 4/3 and Heath Russell 3/6 achieved impressive bowling figures.
Only two players made double figures in the Glendon batting line up Marcus Downes 14 and Austin Maher 11no who also took 4/19. Matt Bock 2/17 and Julian Stewart 2/8 were their other best bowlers.
Creeks 3/91 defeated Valley 89. For Creek Mitch Bourke 32no and Cale Rainey 25no were the top scorers and Brock Keaton 3/17 and Dylan Glover 3/20 best with the ball.
For Valley Matt Maher 21 and Brady Hay 13 with Chevy Ward taking 2/10 and Liam Storey 1/17.