Wet weather impacts cricket comp

Jake Hardy of The Entrance scored 140 runs against Warnervale on day one

Round Two of the Diggers The Entrance Two Day Men’s Cricket Competition on October 29 resulted in three wins and two draws, after two matches were cancelled due to inclement weather.

In the Warnervale vs The Entrance game, The Entrance declared 9/340 after 67 overs with superb batting by Jake Hardy on 140, Simon Keen 59 and Lochie Gale 52.

Warnervale’s Billy Smith took 5/80 off 16 overs, sending Warnervale out to bat.

Skipper Brett Russell steadied the run rate with 60 along with Daniel Hill on 36.

The back end of the batting order fell apart and Warnervale were all out on 166 with Broc Hardy taking 4/29 off nine and Simon Keen 3/29 off 19.

The Entrance went in for their second innings finishing the day on 1/22 and taking the win.

In the Lisarow Ourimbah vs Brisbane Water game, Lisarow Ourimbah batted first and were all out for 181 with Scott Burkinshaw on 56 and Cameron Wehrle on 35.

Bowler Dylan Marshall took 4/30 off 20 sending Brisbane Water out to bat.

Brisbane Water’s highest scorer of the innings was Shaun Eaton on 48 which left them all out for 126.

Logan Barker took 4/43 off eight.

Lisarow Ourimbah went out for a second innings and took home the win finishing 2/50.

Southern Spirit were up against Terrigal Matcham at Duffy’s Road Oval.

After Southern Spirit winning the toss and electing to bat, they were all out for 183, Jaylen Johnston scoring 54, Daniel Friend on 42 and Raj Sharma on 35.

Terrigal Matcham bowled well with Josh Bridge 3/38 off 20 and Riecko Parker-Coles 3/58 off 15.

In the second innings, Terrigal Matcham went out to bat with skipper Lloyd Radcliffe scoring 56 and Christopher Brown on 54.

By the end of the day, Southern Spirit were unable to bowl out Terrigal Matcham leaving the match a draw.

Wyong, who were all out for 177, and Northern Power, who were 1/192 after day one, were unable to take to the crease on day two due to weather conditions.

Northern Power took the win.

Narara Wyoming were all out for 164 and Kincumber Avoca 0/5 after five overs on day one.

The teams were unable to take to the field due to a wash-out and the teams were left with a draw.

Round four of the Ibis Styles The Entrance Women’s T20 First Grade competition was also rocked by the weather over the week.

The Narara/Terrigal vs Lisarow Ourimbah and Kincumber Avoca vs Wyong games were abandoned due to ground conditions.

At Taylor Park, The Entrance won the toss and sent Northern Power out to bat.

With Keiran Abel scoring 29 and Emma Raychaudhuri scoring 23, Northern Power put 102 runs on the board.

Brooke Stratton-Crampton bowled three overs taking four wickets for 20 runs.

The Entrance went out to bat but with no high scores their top batting order was ripped apart and they were 6/61 after the end of overs.

Northern Power took home the win with bowlers Sarah Abel 2/9 off three and Zara Hepplewhite 2/12 off three.

Central Coast Cricket Association