Under 15s had another great win on Friday night, defeating Kettering on their home ground.
All bowlers bowled well to restrict the Mariners to 119 from their 30 overs, with Dylan Geeves, Codie Rawnsley, and Thomas Lovell all taking 2 wickets.
Dylan was also on song in the field, taking 3 catches, as did Jonny Thorpe.
Dylan Geeves and Henry McGuire opened the batting and put together an opening stand of 60 before McGuire was dismissed.
Codie Rawnsley also chipped in with 23 not out, but easily the player of the match was Dylan Geeves, who finished a great game with 40 retired.
A Grade travelled down to Slab Road looking to consolidate its position in the 4.
Electing to bowl first, Josh Stevenson got the ball rolling, and Marcus Raine chipped in with a couple early as well.
Luke Stocks bowled well through the middle part of the innings, taking 3 wickets, but from 6-139 and 8-175, the Warriors could never quite put the Roadies away, the home side eventually finish with 9-241.
The run chase started off brightly through Shane Fletcher and Brad Pitt, however their dismissal led to a calamitous los of 5 wickets for just 2 runs through the middle order, when the game was in the balance. Despite this, Josh Stevenson and Braeden Page dug in to led some respectability to the score, but it wasn’t enough, North Huon dismissed for 163.
B Grade hosted Slab Road at Ranelagh, and Jamie Mullins continued his great form by tearing through the Roadies lineup, taking 5-30. Riley Anning bowled well and took 3 wickets to assist bowling Slab Road out for 93.
A few stutters along the way sent some scares through the side after a promising start from David Collins, but Cameron Woolley stepped up and a couple of booming sixes settled the matter with 3 wickets in hand.
C1 Grade hosted Huonville at Ranelagh, with the visiting side winning the toss and batting. A flying start was curtailed when Brock Elliston picked up the first wicket, and Blake Lovell came on to take the next 2. Veteran Tim Thorpe hit the bowling crease then. More known for his batting, Thorpe swung a web of deceit to capture his best ever figures of 6-30, with Aiden Geeves Being the other wicket taker.
Chasing 180, 3 early wickets fell, before Mitch Sullivan steadied the ship. Marcus Jackson and Thorpe both hit 23, but Sullivan 45 would prove to be the innings high, and not enough, North Huon being bowled out for 125.
The young C2 side travelled to Glen Hun to take on Kettering, and knocked up 127 before being dismissed, with James Oates the only batsman to pass 20.
In reply, Kettering were able to pass the total 3 down.