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SHOT: Meningie's Jack Richards expertly knocks the ball away during his team's loss to a solid Monarto outfit.
SHOT: Meningie's Jack Richards expertly knocks the ball away during his team's loss to a solid Monarto outfit.

Mypolonga vs Jervois

Mypolonga hosted Jervois where the Bluds chose to bowl first. Jared Marston and Sam Elliot got the host off a good start reaching 93 before Marston (48) departed.

Mark Oborn then joined Elliot and the pair advanced the score to 123 before Elliot (47) was dismissed.

From there, the Tigers batted steady to reach 199 at the end of their 50 overs with Oborn (49) top scoring, while leg-spinner Michael Crosser (3/11) was the Bluds best with the ball.

In reply, Jervois’ batsmen never got going. Only Andrew Fidge (23) and Daniel Gilmour (15) reached double figures before their side was bowled out for 79 in the 32nd over. Regan Gotch (3/10) the best with the ball for the home side.

Mypolonga will make the trip to Meningie next week while Jervois host Karoonda in a must-win game for both sides.

LENGTH: Wanderers' Harley Hansen was one of the standout bowlers in his side's 108-run thumping of Imperials on Saturday.

LENGTH: Wanderers' Harley Hansen was one of the standout bowlers in his side's 108-run thumping of Imperials on Saturday.

Imperials vs Wanderers

Imperials played host to Wanderers and the visitors won the toss and elected to bat first.

Stuart Bartlett and Harley Hansen opened the batting for Wanderers and pushed the score to 48 before Hansen (21) was ousted.

Steve Baltussen joined Bartlett and the pair combined for a 72-run partnership before Bartlett departed for a well-made 45.

From here Wanderers reached 194 from their 50 overs which included 34 sundries from the Imperials side.

In reply, Imperials struggled with Wanderers’ tight bowling as they crawled to 86 before being bowled out.

Daniel Leahey (12) and James Lipp (11) the only Blues batsman to make double figures while Wanderers’ Harley Hansen (3/16) shone with the ball.

Wanderers will host Monarto next week while Imperials will travel to Tailem Bend.

FOCUS: Jervois' Sam Rushe takes a moment to settle while heading back to start his run-up during his side's loss to Mypolonga. Photo: William Bailey.

FOCUS: Jervois' Sam Rushe takes a moment to settle while heading back to start his run-up during his side's loss to Mypolonga. Photo: William Bailey.

Mannum vs Karoonda

Mannum’s Josh Handcock and Nick Lindner opened the batting reached 46 before Handcock (21) was dismissed by Zac Bullard and when Lindner (26) fell eight runs later, the Kookaburras were 2/54.

Josh Boylan and Dwayne Krollig then combined for a 57-run partnership before Krollig (28) was dismissed.

Mannum continued to pile on the runs before being bowled out in the 49th over for 270. Josh Boylan (87) top-scored for the home side while Ben Krollig chipped-in with a fine 42.

Chasing 270 was always going to be a tough ask for an undermanned Karoonda, and the innings didn’t start well with Zakk Bullard dropping for four runs early. They scraped their way to 114 before being bowled out in the 39th over.  

Joe Pratt (24) top scored for the visitors while Josh Handcock (5/19) was the main destroyer with the ball for Mannum. 

Karoonda need a win against Jervois next week while Mannum will enjoy the bye after seven straight wins.

EYE ON THE BALL: Mypolonga's Jared Marston watching a bowl as it makes it's way towards him.

EYE ON THE BALL: Mypolonga's Jared Marston watching a bowl as it makes it's way towards him.

Monarto vs Meningie

Monarto 7/260 (Vanson 72, Johns 54). 

Meningie 10/103 (Bubner 17, Camac 16).