Second grade cricket scores

ROBERTSON-Burrawang have taken out their second win in the second grade cricket season. 

SECOND ROUND: Terry Nash bowls for the East Bowral Blues, who were defeated by seven wickets in the second grade match against Robertson-Burrawang. Photo: Madeline Crittenden.

SECOND ROUND: Terry Nash bowls for the East Bowral Blues, who were defeated by seven wickets in the second grade match against Robertson-Burrawang. Photo: Madeline Crittenden.

The team defeated the East Bowral Blues Cricket Club (EBBCC) by seven wickets on October 15 at Welby Oval. 

EBBCC was first to bat, but Robertson captain Aaron de Jager said the opposition stated off slowly. 

“I think EBBCC started their batting at a slow pace which put them behind the eight ball, they needed another 50 or 60 runs,” he said. 

De Jager commended Dale Young on his efforts after he took three wickets for Robertson. 

I think East Bowral Cricket Club started their batting at a slow pace which put them behind the eight ball, they needed another 50 or 60 runs. - Robertson captain Aaron de Jager

Ryan Emmerick took two catches, while Blake Emmerick and Mason king both took a catch for Robertson. 

Richard McHarg top scored for Robertson with 48 runs while de Jager commended Ryan and Blake Emmerick for their efforts in the closing partnership. 

De Jager said he hoped his team could keep up the strong performance. 

“I was really pleased we were able to take another win, hopefully we can keep up the strong performance in the upcoming games.”

In another second grade fixture, Bowral defeated the Mittagong Saints. 

Bowral took a 55 run victory over the Saints. 

Bowral captain Charlie Lawson said he was impressed with his team’s performance. 

“Everyone played very well and I was really pleased that we were able to get the win,” he said. 

Jack Pollard top scored for Bowral with 67 runs, followed by Val Woszczalski with 35 runs. 

Lawson commended Dan Collins on his fielding after he got four wickets off 32 runs. 

Mittagong Saints player Hugh Kanaar said his team under performed. 

“We didn’t play very well and I think that was due to lack of communication,” he said. 

Dane McAndrew top scored for the Saints with 73 runs, followed by Marco Basiglio with 35 runs. 

Round three of the second grade season will be payed on October 22. 

Mittagong will play EBBCC at Bradman Oval, Robertson will play the Wingello Tigers at Welby Oval and Bowral will play Bundanoon at Lackey Road. 

Each game will start at 1pm. 

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