AFTER making 169 last week, Armadale have lost to CBC, which amassed 5-333.
Rob Hanham (2-78) took two quick wickets as CBC fell from 0-97 to be 3-134 but that was the only joy for the day as CBC rolled on.
Third Grade lost outright to CBC. After making 88 last week, CBC declared at 6-135, with Alex Pass leading the way with 3-28.
In the second dig, Armadale again capitulated to be all out for 72. Ainsley Noronha led the way with the bat, making 28.
CBC then polished off the 26 runs needed.
One Day A’s went down to the Perth Tamils, who made 5-221 batting first.
Asim Mehmood played a lone hand with the ball, snaring 4-24.
In reply, Armadale lost two quick wickets before Asim Mehmood (34) and Oswin D’Sylva (49) rebuilt the innings.
A mini collapse saw Armadale fall to 5-118, before Raebern D’Sylva (30) and Paul James (33) got Armadale back on track.
The increasing run rate got to Armadale however and they were dismissed for 190.
One Day C have had a great win against Leeming, which batted first and made 83.
Calvin D’Sylva (3-18), Daniel Sawyer (3-19) and Joe Facey (3-15) all bowled beautifully.
In reply, Armadale were in all sorts of trouble at 5-35 before Jon Robbins (24) and Joe Facey (20) got Armadale over the line, 8-115.
One Day E’s cruised to victory against Kelmscott, which made 110 batting first.
Rhys Jones led the way with 3-13, before Jimmy McClure (2-7) and Peter Smith (4-13) cleaned up.
In reply Rhett Jones (47) teamed up with his brother Rhys (52) after the early fall of their old man for a duck to almost seal the game.
Armadale then cruised home to finish at 5-180
One Day F’s had a great win against Riverton Rostrata after making a solid 7-182 batting first.
Will Watson (21) and Josh Pilkington (19) got Armadale off to a good start to be 0-54 in reply, but steady wickets saw Armadale fall to 4-70 and then 5-90.
Enter Matthew Moore, who smashed 78n.o. while James Ogden chipped in with 17 to see Armadale home at 7-182.