The second day of play in Round 8 of the Central Coast cricket competition saw wins for The Entrance, Kincumber Avoca, Terrigal Matcham, Northern Power and Southern Spirit in the 1st Grade Men’s Competition.
The Entrance defeated Wyong chasing down their 149 runs and putting an additional 122 on their score.
Lachlan Rainger fought for Wyong taking 2/56 but Broc Hardy smacked a huge 122 off 155 with nine fours and two sixes.
Dylan Bennett finished on 52 off 100 with three fours and one six.
The Entrance finished on 271 and Wyong finished on 149.
Kincumber Avoca took the outright win from Brisbane Water.
Michael Pate took 9/86 over the two innings restricting the capability of Brisbane Water’s runs and Alex Cutting put on 93 over the two innings to help assist the side.
After both innings Brisbane Water finished with 209 and Kincumber Avoca finished with 210.
Terrigal Matcham defeated Lisarow Ourimbah.
After bowling them out for 98, they went out to bat and declared at 263.
Christopher Brown finished on 74 off 78 with six fours and one six along with Ivan Kriek finishing on 71 off 72 with 11 fours.
Josh Bridge was the pick of the bowlers taking a combined 7/31.
Northern Power defeated Warnervale after being bowled out for 263.
Harrison Townsend took 5/64 sending his team into bat.
Warnervale went out for the chase but were bowled out for just 98 with Nathaniel Stokes taking 4/17.
Northern Power sent Warnervale back out to bat for the outright win but was unable to take it.
Warnervale finished 8/188.
Southern Spirit took an outright win against Narara Wyoming.
Southern Spirit was bowled out for 165 with Lachlan Cork putting up 51 off 57 with two fours and two sixes.
Narara’s skipper, James Smith, took 4/63 sending his team into bat, but with no luck at the back end of the order they were bowled out for 97 thanks to Lachlan Cork’s 4/24.
Southern Spirit went back out declaring at 135 thanks to Lachlan Cork again performing with 72 off 99 with seven fours and two sixes.
Narara Wyoming were again bowled out for 67 giving Southern Spirit the outright.
In the women’s first grade competition, Northern Power Orange 7/113 defeated Lisarow Ourimbah 3/112 in a tight match.
Julie Hunt smashed 43 off 35 with five fours and one six.
Lara Robertson and Aanya Siingh tooktwo wickets each.
Narara/Terrigal 1/78 defeated The Entrance 7/76 in a comfortable win.
Dehann Richardson took 40 off 24 with six fours and one six.
Ella Davidson took 3/17 off four.
Kincumber Avoca 2/111 defeated Northern Power White 6/82.
Shannon Liddle finished not out on 24 off 36 with three fours.
Layla Graham and Narthana Sivasampavan took two wickets each.