Cricket: rotten weekend for Kwinana Cricket Club as it is swept across the board

Cricket: rotten weekend for Kwinana Cricket Club as it is swept across the board

KWINANA Cricket Club lost all three of its games in round 13 over the weekend.

Fifth grade came into day 2,against league leaders Cockburn with a slim chance of victory.

Cockburn started the day 5-53 requiring a further 34 runs for victory.

The bowlers toiled hard but couldn’t make the breakthrough before Cockburn surpassed the total.

Cockburn ended the innings with a flurry of boundaries and finished all out for 210. Mark James claimed 3-45.

One-day Cs travelled to Harmony Fields to play Maddington.

Kwinana was sent in to bat and struggled from the outset before being bowled out for 109; Scott Benjamin top scored with 24.

Maddington could play with freedom as they ended on 7-174, Shaun Vitaljich claiming 4-59.

One-day Fs were the only team to play at home when they took on Kardinya Lakes.

Kwinana bowled first but cost themselves in the field with missed opportunities and Kardinya batsman Jeremy Aston took advantage on his way to 126 not out and steering his side to 2-236.

Kwinana couldn’t get the bowlers away and as the pressure of the big run chase became too much lost quick wickets to be bowled out for 79.

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