Lyndoch no match for Greenock bowlers

GREENOCK put on a brilliant bowling display in Barossa & Light A1 reserves cricket on Saturday, carving through Lyndoch to win by 81 runs.
Batting first, Schlungers Hudson Noack (65) and Daniel Roennfeldt (43) dominated during an 83-run stand.
The team eventually reach 9/151, with Lyndoch’s Matt Robinson (2/14) the best with the ball.
Robinson (31) also led with the bat as the Dockers started their chase, but his team-mates were unable to support him as the side was rolled for just 70.
Ben Roennfeldt starred for Greenock, taking 5/16 from just 5.1 overs.
Meanwhile, Nuriootpa was knocked off the top of the table after losing to Tanunda by eight wickets.
Despite an opening partnership of 57 from Luke Steinborner and Jake Heinze, the Tigers had no answers for Trent Goers (2/20) and Dylan Abinett (4/27).
The Magpies eventually bowled Nuri out for just 125.
In reply, Sam Colquhoun (38) and Goers (60) put on a solid display with the bat, as their partnership won the Magpies the game.
Eudunda-Robertstown is top of the A1 reserves competition after it toppled Light Pass by 40 runs.
Blake Biscan-Launer top-scored for Eudunda-Robertstown with 35, as his team made 144 for the afternoon.
Despite a solid start to its innings, Light Pass fell in a heap and was bundled out for 104.
Aaron Nietschke was lethal for Eudunda-Robertstown, taking 5/11 from eight overs.
In A2, Willaston’s middle-order carried it to a 90-run victory over Truro.
The Donnybrooks were 2/29 after Brandon Nottle was caught, leaving things looking shaky.
However, Matthew Cotton (49) and Jamie Quirk (29) helped push Willaston to 203.
Despite its best efforts, Truro didn’t get near the Donnybrooks’ total and was skittled for 113.
Cotton dominated with the ball, taking 4/14.
At Eldred Riggs Reserve, South Gawler earned a 53-run victory over Sandy Creek.
Trae McArthur (43) and James Nas (41) did the damage as the Lions made 7/212.
The Cockies were unable to chase the score, ending their 40 overs at 8/159.
In A3, South Gawler rolled Gawler Central by 80 runs.
Mark Sims made 60 for the Lions as they smashed their way to 221.
The Tigers made 7/141 in reply.
In A4, Freeling toppled Greenock by seven wickets.
The Water Hens easily accounted for the Schlungers’ 92 runs, taking just 22 overs to chase them down.
In A5, Eudunda-Robertstown beat Willaston by 37 runs.

Jack Hudson


Growing up in Gawler, Jack has taken on a variety of journalistic roles while still studying for his Bachelor of Journalism and Creative Writing degree. He began his career at The Bunyip as a weekend football writer, before taking on roles with The Footy Budget and The Cricket Chronicle and then earning his first part-time gig at the Barossa Herald. Now returning to The Bunyip, Jack also has a keen interest in footy and soccer, as well as a passion for gaming and reading.

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