Petrie stars as Armadale make 226
Armadale’s First Grade have had a good start in their first ever clash against Bicton Attadale.
Armadale got off to a handy start as the top three of Mark Rice (26), Rylan Arms (23) and Will Hunt (20) opened well.
Jeff Petrie and Joel Forsyth then put on 71 before Forsyth was out for a solid 40.
Damian Carroll (25) then combined with Petrie and Armadale were looking set for a huge total at 4-206.
But a massive collapse saw Armadale out for 226, as Petrie ended up making a sensational 76.
In reply Damian Carroll struck early, as Bicton are 1-20 at stumps.
Third Grade have toiled hard in the field in their clash against Bicton.
They ended up with 8-243 in their 75 overs with Gerard Gibson the star, taking 6-55 in a fine performance, while James Ogden snared 2-40.
One Day A’s played out an absolute thriller against Champion Lakes, who batted first and made 7-177.
Asim Mehmood (2-21) and Raebern D’Sylva (2-41) were the pick of the bowlers.
In reply Armadale lost a steady stream of wickets to be 3-47, 4-82 and 5-119.
Christian Furk was the only batsman to stand up as he made a sublime 77.
Furk was able to get Armadale firmly on top again at 5-147 but two quick wickets put Armadale back into trouble at seven for 7-149.
With one over to go, Armadale looked gone at 8-165 but Kim Hunt had other ideas, smashing 17 runs to win the game for Armadale.
He was out on the last ball for 22 as Armadale finished on 9-182.
One Day C’s have had a great win against East Fremantle, who started well to be 1-32.
Armadale then ran through them as they were rolled for 93.
Paul Edwards was the star, taking 5-17, while James Gardner (2-11) and George Knowles (2-25) also bowled well.
In reply George Knowles blasted a rapid 51 as Armadale passed the score two down.
Yet no one kicked on and Armadale were dismissed for 137.
Michael Lansdowne was the next top scorer with 19.
One Day E’s won on forfeit, while One Day F’s also had an absolute thriller against Kardinya.
Kardinya batted first and made a very solid 5-205 off their 35 overs.
Joey Facey was the pick of the bowlers with 2-31. In reply Will Watson made a smooth 39, but a few regular wickets saw Armadale in trouble at 4-76 and 5-121.
Lee Cover was batting brilliantly at this stage and he found a willing ally in Matthew Moore.
Cover was out with the score at 6-201 with overs rapidly running out.
Armadale needed four off the last over and Moore guided them home with a vital 40 n.o. as Armadale made 6-217.