Debutants named as country week cricket gets under wayLive updates
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Nick King is making his debut in Melbourne Country Week Cricket today. Picture: AARON SAWALLRefresh this page forupdates across the day
5.10PM: Gallant effort by South West, which was all out for 225 chasing Mornington Peninsula’s 3-261.
4.55PM: GAME OVER! WARRNAMBOOL AND DISTRICT WINS!Valuable day one triumph for Brett Eldridge’s men against Leongatha and District. Made 8-171 batting first and dismissed opponent for 150 in the 47th over. Kyle Humphrys with the last wicket.
4.45PM: ONE TO GO!Leongatha and District is 9-133 chasing Warrnambool and District’s 8-171. A valuable win is within reach. Glenn Hannah has grabbed the last two scalps, a huge contribution on his Melbourne Country Week debut.
4.30PM:South West having a serious crack at reeling in Mornington Peninsula’s 3-261. Score now 5-183 with nine overs to go. Clinton Baker just departed for 57, leaving Jeff Rosolin (51 not out) and Todd Lamont (one not out) at the crease.
4.20PM: ANOTHER WICKET!Warrnambool and District in command now, Leongatha and District slumps to 7-97 chasing 8-171. Ben Boyd has grabbed two wickets, to go with Jason Mungean’s three.
A mini-fightback from South West, which is 4-137off 34 overschasing Mornington Peninsula’s 3-261. Clinton Baker is 38 not out and Jeff Rosolin is 28 not out.
3.50PM:Big chance for Warrnambool and District to post day-one win. Leongatha and District has slumped to 6-88 from 32 overs, needing 84 more runs from 108 balls for victory. Jason Mungean winding back the clock with three wickets.
3.10PM:Tough to win from here for South West, which is 4-74 chasing 3-261 against Mornington Peninsula at Melbourne University. Simon Harkness made 34, Jay Wynd made 31.
3.05PM: FIGHTBACK IS ON!Leongatha and District has lost two more wickets, now 3-41 off 19 overs chasing 8-171. Warrnambool and District’s Jason Mungean has two wickets, Brett Eldridge has taken one.
2.45PM:South West is 2-40 off 10 overs chasing Mornington Peninsula’s 3-261 at Melbourne University. Tyler Schafer and Josh Barr are the men out. Simon Harkness is 17 not out, Jay Wynd is 16 not out.
2.35PM:Jason Mungean strikes at Melbourne Country Week. Leongatha and District is 1-32 from 14 overs chasing Warrnambool and District’s 8-171
1.35PM: South West Cricket’s batsmen have plenty of work to dothis afternoon after Mornington Peninsula posted 3-261. SWC used six bowlers – Matt Bignell 2-41 off 10 overs, Liam Geary 1-59 off 10,Clinton Baker 0-39 off 10, Todd Lamont 0-38 off 10, Simon Harkness 0-35 off five and Fraser Lucas 0-40 off five.
1.30PM: Ben Threlfall top scores with a maiden half-century on debut at Melbourne Country Week to give WDCA a total to defend. WDCA finished at8/171 off 50 overs withThrelfall making 52, Nick Butters 46, Mark Murphy was nine not out andMatt Brophy was run out for12.
12.55PM: SWC facing a big run chase with Mornington Peninsula 3-200 off 44 overs.
12.30PM:Ben Threlfall and Nick Butters giving Warrnambool and District something to defend at Kew this afternoon. The pair have put on 67 for the sixth wicket, with the score 5-125 after 42 overs. Threlfall is 41 not out, Butters has reached 39 not out.
Across at Melbourne University, Mornington Peninsula has reached 2-148 off 37 overs against South West. Off-spinner Matt Bignell has taken 2-41 off his 10 overs.
12.05PM:Fightback on for Warrnambool and District, which has reached 5-97 after 34 overs against Leongatha and District at Kew. Nick Butters and Ben Threlfall leading the recovery.
11.45AM:Mornington Peninsula in control against South West at Melbourne University. Has reached 1-84 off 24 overs.
11.30AM:Warrnambool and District in serious trouble against Leongatha and District at Kew. Has slumped to 5-58 from 20 overs. Nathan Murphy out caught at slipfor 10 and Cam Williams caught behind for four.
11.25AM: BREAKTHROUGH!South West has its first wicket at Melbourne Country Week, reducing Mornington Peninsula to 1-67 from 18 overs.
11.20AM:Drinks at Kew and Warrnambool and District is in trouble against Leongatha and District. captain BrettEldridge the latest to go, caughtandbowled for 15. The score is 3-52 off 17 overs.
10.55AM: Warrnambool and District 2-34 off 10 overs, Kyle Humphrys caught behind for four; Nick King bowled seven. Rocky start.
10.55AM: South West v Mornington Peninsula (0-33 off 10 overs).
10.45AM:Mornington Peninsula has started steadily, reaching 0-29 off seven overs against South West in provincial grade.
PRE-MATCH: Warrnambool and District Cricket Association is fielding threedebutants in its Melbourne Country Week opening match.
Teenager batsmenNick King, Ben Threlfall and paceman Glen Hannah have been included for their first games. The WDCA won the toss and elected to bat against Leongatha and District in the division two gameat Kew.
Late call-up Josh Stapleton and Woodford paceman Hank Schlaghecke are being rested.
In the top-grade, South West Cricket won the toss and will bowl against Mornington Peninsula at Melbourne University. Spinner Kyle McDonald is carrying the drinks.
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