Roos falter in runs chase

Despite scores of 70 from Joel Charles and Christian Smith and a strong 35 from Rob Richards, the Wanneroo batsmen could only manage 236.

Second-grade were far more successful when they scored 157 to Rockingham-Mandurah’s 140.

Brendan Murray was best with the bat when he scored 37 and Danny fryer took 2-13 and Jamie Miller 3-17 to record the victory.

In third-grade, James Saunders top-scored with 85 and Jesse Budge 67 to post a winning total of 295.

In reply, Rockingham-Mandurah were restricted to 164 with Tim Bond taking 3-33, James Summers 4-35 and Roden Quinn 2-31.

Fourth-grade were very successful when Craig Nylander took 4-8 to help the team dump Rockingham-Mandurah for a score of just 57 in reply to Wanneroo’s total of 9-274.

The under-17 team never looked like matching Rockingham-Mandurah’s total of 6-291, but Conal Lynch battled hard to score a creditable 41 and Joel Newman contributed 29 out of a team total of 114.

The under-15s scored 131 in reply to Rockingham-Mandurah’s 160, but junior results brightened up on Sunday when the Wanneroo under-14s scored 9-94 to defeat Scarborough, who scored 9-63.

In the under-13s, Deon Billington scored 26 of a team total of 101 and the Scarborough opposition were rolled for 8-80 when Caiden Eaton took 5-14 and Riley Holly 2-11 to win the match.

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