Greenwood gets maiden ton in knock

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SUB-DISTRICT

YOUNG Frankston YCW top order batsman Jack Greenwood scored his maiden First XI century against Dromana in Sub District cricket on Saturday.

Greenwood has always looked like being a run machine and he found his groove in a dominant performance batting at four on the weekend, scoring 102 of his side’s total of 232.

With support coming from Jason Bedford (23) and Brett Hudgson (25), Greenwood was able to notch up his first ton.

Jye Voelkl picked up 3/36 off 14 overs for the Hoppers while Jeff Bluhm helped himself to 3/34 off 12 overs.

Having to face the final three overs of the day, the Stonecats picked up the all-important wicket of Dromana skipper Jack Fowler for a duck, care of teenage opening quick Sammy Fulton.

Hastings is in the box seat against Balnarring after Ashley Coles went agonising close to a century on the first day.

The Blues put together 245 with Coles getting 99.

In reply, the Saints are in a spot of bother at 3/26.

Tyabb has set Carrum Downs a healthy chase of 315 in their match at the pond.

Nick Taranto continued his wonderful start to the season with 61 for the Yabbies, opening batsman recruit Aidan Pateman hit 57, Jarrod White hit eight fours on his way to 61 and Matty Dimkos hit three sixes on his way to 43.

Chris Moloney was the best of the Cougars’ bowlers with 3/67 while Jordy Watters snared 2/93 off 22 overs.

Tootgarook looks to be in the box seat against Skye after scoring 221.

Travis French top scored for the Frogs with 56. In reply, Skye is 1/6 with AJ King being the wicket taker for the home side.

Carrum’s bowlers have got their team back into the match against Ballam Park.

The Lions batted first and made 156 with Campbell Ak top scoring with 71. David Cross was the best of Knights’ bowlers with 4/55 from 16 overs, while Dean Lefebvre snared 3/12 off 12 overs.

In reply, both Zac Pedderson and Jake Virgona are back in the sheds for the Knights after the team faced the final 11 overs of the day.

First published in the Mornington News – 1 November 2016

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