50s, 5fas and a W to Open Round 2

Another frustrating week for 1st and 2nd grade who are yet to take to the field with thanks to wet weather. However, the rest of the Cammers have made great starts to their round 2 matches with many milestones to celebrate.

Here’s this week’s wrap.

3rd Grade – Day 1 | Cammeray vs North Shore @ ELS Hall Park 1

North Shore has put a competitive total on the board in their 3rd grade bout with the Cammers scoring 251 runs before being bowled out after 48 overs. A 132-opening run partnership did the bulk of the damage with North Shore’s Luke Jobson scoring 130.

Leading the way with the ball for the green and gold was skipper James Dainton taking his first Michelle (5fa) for the season with 5/64 off 13 overs supported by Sam Adams with 3/48.

With the remaining 19 overs left on day 1, Cammeray have been put on the back foot early losing 4 wickets for 67 runs. Holding steady is opener Matt Antico on 36* and last year’s MVP Tom Comerford on 12*.

Cammeray Bowling

James Dainton – 5/64

Samuel Adams – 3/48

Damien Vickovich 1/36

Cammeray Batting

Matt Antico – 36*

Tom Comerford – 12*

Hugo Vlachos – 8

4th Grade – Day 1 | Cammeray vs Bethel @ Primula Oval

The Cammeray 4th graders had a great day out at Primula Oval against Bethel notching a trio of milestones. A 109-opening run partnership between Will Satalic (43) and Matthew Pollack kicked off the innings perfectly. Hitting the half century milestones were Pollack (51), Edward Smith (50) and top scorer Thomas Sato (61) who came in at no.11 and narrowly missed the highest 10th wicket partnership club record of 88 with 78.

After 59.5 overs, Cammeray were bowled out for 352 putting in Bethel for the remaining 8 overs of the day who sit at 0-11 overnight.

Cammeray Batting

Thomas Sato – 61

Matthew Pollack – 51

Edward Smith – 50

Will Satalic – 43

Ben Pollack – 43

5th Grade – Day 1 | Cammeray vs Bethel @ William Cowan Oval

5th Grade’s clash with Bethel is right in the balance after an exciting day 1 at William Cowan Oval. Batting first, Cammeray were bowled out for 127 (48.5 overs) after honest contributions from no.3 Layton Gould (35), David Craig (25) and Daniel Tucker who ended his knock on 23 after hitting his wicket.

In reply, Cammeray came out hot and steamy with the ball putting Bethel in uncomfortable positions over the next week at 5-51. Doing the damage for the Cammer’s was the ever-consistent John Perry with 2/19 after 8 overs and supporting him was Duran Bezuidenhout with 2/9 and great pressure bowling with 3 maidens.

All eyes on day 2 next Saturday as Bethel need another 76 runs to claim the win.

Cammeray Bowling

Duran Bezuidenhout – 2/9

John Perry – 2/19

Nick Small – 1/5

Cammeray Batting

Layton Gould – 35

David Craig – 25

Daniel Tucker – 23

6th Grade – Day 1 | Cammeray vs Carlingford Waratah @ Tuckwell Oval

Another game to watch on Day 2, the Cammeray 6th Graders need to take 9 wickets defending 216 to claim the win against Carlingford at Tuckwell Oval.

Batting first, Cammeray put 226 on the board (61 overs) with El Presidente – Steve Si, leading the way with a classy 75 opening the batting. Supporting him was no.4 Chris Bedford who narrowly missed out on a half century with 49 and Michael ‘The Better’ Si with a handy 27. Special mentions go to Carlingford who bowled 9 of their players throughout the innings.

In reply, Carlingford are 1-10 with Sean McLagan taking the scalp with figures of 1/6 after 3 overs.

Cammeray Batting

Steve Si – 75

Chris Bedford – 49

Michael Si – 27

Cammeray Bowling

Sean McLagan – 1/6

D-Grade | One Dayer | Cammeray vs Comenarra @ Tunks Park (Oval 4)

Our only one dayer of the weekend, Cammeray D-Grade has notched a comfortable 5-wicket win against Comenarra at Tunks Park.

Comenarra played out their full 35 overs scoring 8-174. Leading the way and recording our second 5fa for the round was Daniel Hattersley with 5/12 off 6 overs.  Supporting him was Luke Shallvey with 2/45 off 6 overs and James Goodman with figures of 1/21 off 6.

In reply with the bat, our recent double centurion and player of the week Nick Gardiner top scored again with 68 supported by wicket keeper Alister Marnoch (54).

With two wins to their belt, our D-graders are tied first on the ladder (12 points) with West Pymble.

Cammeray Bowling

Daniel Hattersley – 5/12

Luke Shallvey – 2/45

James Goodman – 1/21

Cammeray Batting

Nick Gardiner – 68

Alister Marnoch – 54

MILESTONES

3rd Grade

James Dainton – 5/64

4th Grade

Thomas Sato – 61

Matthew Pollack – 51

Edward Smith – 50

6th Grade

Steve Si – 75

D-Grade

Daniel Hattersley – 5/12

Nick Gardiner – 68

Alister Marnoch – 54

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