Two one-day wins the highlight for a tough weekend for Crows

Second-grade had a long and unfulfilling day on the field against SJ Blues at Centenary Park as the visitors piled on 344 all out.

Fourth-grade fared better in their match against Kenwick at Mills Park, making 235 batting first.

Jason Duval was the star of the show, making 65, with Ali Saeed contributing 58 and Charliegh Close 43.

In reply, Kenwick were 0-37 at stumps.

Sixth-grade made 189 batting first against Cockburn at Woodford Park with Rahul Umrani making 81 to anchor the innings.

One-day Ds had their fourth win in a row against the Leeming Spartans at Burrendah Reserve, making 182 batting first, with Leon Groenewald scoring an unbeaten 50 and Chad Forsyth 39.

The Spartans managed 145 in reply with Kris Johnson starring with the ball to take 5-12.

One-Day Fs also had a win over the Spartans at Centenary Park, bowling out the visitors for 114 with Abrahim Afzaal taking 5/28.

The Crows scored 3/204 in response, with Rob Sims batting through the innings to make 83 not out and Indika Rupasinghe made 60 not out.