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07.06.2018, 南京夜网, by .

FINE FORM: Redlands 3rd Grade batsman Stewart Edgar raises his bat as he scores 150. Edgar went on to score 185. Picture: Doug O’Neill
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It was a mixed bag of results for the Redlands Tigers at the end of the latest two-day round of matches. While the top two grades went down to Uni, the 3rd, 5th, and two 6th Grade teams had excellent results.

1st Grade did not score enough runs on day one and were soundly defeated by Uni who were 8 for 291 at stumps. Josh Henderson was the star for the Tigers taking six wickets.

2nd Grade also lost to Uni who finished on 237 chasing Redlands’ score of 105. The best Redlands bowlers were Cameron French with three wickets and Nick Hurford two.

3rd Grade were 2 for 3 at stumps on day one chasing Uni’s score of 199 with plenty of work ahead for the Tigers’ batsmen. Enter Stewart Edgar, 185 runs, and Adam Pearson, 111 not out, and Redlands had a convincing win losing only four wickets.

4th Grade who were unable to start their game the previous Saturday at University due to the wet conditions played a one day game. Redlands scored 9 for 210 thanks to 74 runs from David Brook and 31 from Tim Jarrett. In reply Uni chased down the score with the loss of five wickets. Jake Richards took three wickets and Lachlan Honan two.

5th Grade were dismissed for 237 on day two with Jordan Crick finishing on 47 not out. With Elliott Himmelberg taking five wickets and Adam Preston three, the Redlands boys were able to dismiss Uni for 191 and come away with a good win.

6th Grade no. 1 dismissed Uni for 142 runs on day one and at stumps Redlands were none for 19. On day two the Tigers batted well to score 251 and take the points with Scott Butters scoring 81 and Greg Thompson 68.

6th Grade no. 2 were bowled out for 67 chasing Wests’ score of 76. However Luke Haegal put his team back in the game by taking a hat trick in Wests’ second innings and with support from bowlers Prakash Hewavitharana and Sean Lloyd, dismissed Wests for 81. Redlands wrapped up an outright win scoring 92 runs for the loss of three wickets. Luke took seven wickets for the match with Prakash and Sean each taking six wickets.

Redlands Taverners ended their season on Sunday with a trip to the Sunshine Coast for a one day match. The Coast were 6 for 199 at the end of their innings with CallumFisher and Declan Mulheran each taking two wickets. Redlands were dismissed for 178 with Brayden Wallis top scoring with 65 and Henry Long next best with 28 runs.

Congratulations to Redlands 1st grade player Josh Henderson who was second in the KFC Biggest Hitter Invitational held at Alan Border field on Sunday.

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Scores:1st Grade: Redlands – 97 (R LeLoux 22, Josh Henderson 20) def by Uni 8/291 (J Henderson 6/59, J Stimpson 1/47, H Tyler 1/12).

2nd Grade: Redlands – 105 (A Pearson 33, N Hurford 26) def by Uni 237 (C French 3/34, N Hurford 2/54).

3rd Grade: Redlands – 4/370 (S Edgar 185, A Pearson 111, L Smith 46) def Uni 199 (B Long 3/61, L Watt 3/40).

4th Grade: Redlands –9/210 (D Brook 74, T Jarrett 31) def by Uni 5/221 (J Richards 3/48, L Honan 2/45).

5th Grade: Redlands – 237 (D Weeks 67, B Stewart 49, Crick 47*, L Parsons 22) def Uni 191 (E Himmelberg 5/40, A Preston 3/).

6th Grade: Redlands 1 – 251 (S Butters 81, G Thompson 68) def Uni 142 (J Telford 3/31, M Wheeler 3/39) and 1/70 (M Wheeler 1/13).

6th Grade: Redlands 2 – 67 and 3/92 (P Hewavitharana 30*, J Lau 17*) def West’s 76 (P Hewavitharana 5/22, S Lloyd 4/40 and 81 (L Haegal 5/31 including a hat trick, P Hewavitharana 2/21, S Lloyd 2/11). Outright win to Redlands.

Taverners: Redlands – 178 (B Wallis 65, H Long 28) def by Sunshine Coast 6/199 (C Fisher 2/47, D Mulheran 2/46).

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