Broadgreen Intermediate v Raroa Normal Intermediate
Broadgreen Intermediate 72 (Evan Andrew 21, Joel Harden 16, Alex Ridley 3-16) beat Raroa Normal Intermediate 51(Issac Brenan 3-14, Adam Leonard 2-5, Daniel Allan 2-4)
Broadgreen batted first and were all out for 72. Joel Harden anchored the innings with a well compiled 16 and was supported late in the innings by Evan Andrew who scored a quick fire 21.
Raroa’s skipper Alex Ridley was the best of the bowlers with 16 for three.
Broadgreen’s 72 proved to be a good total with Raroa rolled for 51. Issac Brennan 14 for 3, Adam Leonard 5 for 2, and Daniel Allan 4 for 2 bowed accurately, leading their team to victory.
St Andrew’s College Preparatory School v Bucklands Beach Intermediate
Bucklands Beach 166/7 (Glen Phillips 70, Verun Narula 28, Barney Sears 3-21) lost to St Andrews College Preparatory School 170/3(Henry Shipley 51*, Barney Sears 38)
Bucklands Beach batted first and compiled a useful 166/7 off their 35 overs. Captain Glen Phillips shone with the bat, scoring 70 and was well supported by Verun Narula with 28. The two put on a 66 run partnership for the second wicket to set up the total.
Barney Sears was the best of St Andrew's attack with three for 21.
The St Andrews College batsman paced their inning well and reached the total with seven wickets and three overs to spare. Captain Henry Shipley was unbeaten on 51 with Barney Sears backing up his superb bowling with 38 runs. The two put on 86 runs for the second wicket.
St Andrews’s College Preparatory School will meet Broadgreen Intermediate in tomorrow’s final at Ongley Park.
Raroa Normal Intermediate will take on Bucklands Beach Intermediate in the 3rd v 4th playoff match.
Waimea Intermediate v Viscount School
(Christina Oscar 40*, Paige Barnett 2-14) beat Waimea 79 (Paige Barnett 22, Amandalei Tamua 3-6, Chritina Oscar 2-16, Joslan Orika 2-15)
Viscount School batted first and set a tough total of 88/3. Christina Oscar was the star performer for the girls scoring 40 not out.
It was a tough fought battle, however the Viscount bowlers were too strong against the Waimea batsmen, who were all out for 79. Amandalei Tanua was exceptional with the ball, picking up three wickets for six off four overs.
Tawa Intermediate v Heaton Intermediate
(Catherine Tinning 46*, Emily Ashton 24) lost to Tawa Intermediate 127/3(Umaya Ranaweera 44* Jess Kerr 46)
It was an exciting high scoring game between Tawa and Heaton, with a result coming in the second to last over.
Heaton put on a strong batting performance with Catherine Tmning striking an unbeaten 46. At the end of the 25 overs Heaton had 125 on the board with only two wickets falling.
Tawa approached the run chase positively with Umaya Ranaweera and Jess Kerr securing the win for the Tawa side, making 44* and 46 respectively.
Tomorrow Tawa face last year’s second place getters Viscount for the Shield, while Heaton and Waimea play for third and forth.