Tasman a chance to claim second spot


HIT: Colby Syverston batting for Lincoln South against Wayback last weekend.

HIT: Colby Syverston batting for Lincoln South against Wayback last weekend.

Well done to Shane Stockham from Waybacks who collected 5/15 on the weekend to help his side bowl out Lincoln South for 131, a score his side was able to chase down easily.


Charlton v Tasman at Centenary

Having jumped into third place after a win over Tod River last week, Tasman have the opportunity to jump into second place with a win over Charlton this week. 

Whilst Charlton last week had the opportunity to be sitting top they could potentially find themselves in fourth place if results go against them.

Centenary has been low scoring this season and some tight and tense battles have been had.

This one could go either way but tipping Tasman to pip Charlton, just.

Tod River v Wayback

Tod River played well last week against Tasman and if it was not for a couple of outstanding catches by the Jude brothers the result could have been very different.

Tynan Keeley looked good with both bat and ball and Tom Gent did not bowl a bad ball all day. 

Wayback has Stockham back up and firing whilst skipper Billy Campbell hit a brisk 51 not out.

With the game being played at Dorward this will give the Tod River’s boys the advantage and they should get a win over the young Wayback side.

Southern Eyre South v Lincoln South

Even with players missing Southern Eyre South got the job done last week against Charlton and showed that depth is not a problem at their club.

No O’Dea, no Watson, no Puckridge, no Rowsell –  no worries.

They skittled Charlton out for 113 and made the target five down with seven overs remaining.

For Lincoln South the season is nearly over, one that started brightly with a couple of wins and a good T20 campaign has fallen apart around them.

Their imports have been steady but the team has relied heavily on Aaron Sincock’s bowling and Craig Reidy’s batting every week.

A big win for Southern Eyre South should be on the cards here out at Wangary.