The Nungers Wrap - Round 4Nov 24th 8:04AM
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1ST XI V LABURNUM - L
Batting first the Nungers managed to find regular trouble, especially between wickets, to be all out for 133 with Lee Masters, 34, and Nick Greenhalf, 30, the mainstays. Despite having Laburnum 3/39 at one stage they never got closer with Laburnum declaring at 9/227. Jarryd Barry, 5/107, and Sean Barry, 2/17, returned the best figures. Second time round Sean Barry with 69, 62 in boundaries, and Chris Ross 42 saw the day closed at 5/163. Some work to do on the batting with the season high score of just 165 to date but out of the four on % only.
2ND XI - BYE
3RD XI v HEATHERDALE - W
With the 2’s having a game off the 3’s were strengthened and bowled well to dismiss Heatherdale for 184. First year recruit Josh Balon led the way with 4/55, evergreen Michael Whitehead grabbed 3/31 from 25 overs (13 more maidens as his club record builds) and the rapidly improving Liam Kemp, 2/29 from 14 overs, did the damage. Bill Karametos with the first 5 catches at 2nd slip ensured the bowlers were well supported. Starting day 2 at 0/15 the rest of the runs were comfortably peeled off for the loss of 4 wickets. A 3rd wicket stand of 117 between Ken Shaw, 92, and Greg Webb with 56 set up the comfortable win. This side unbeaten and well set for the last month before Xmas.
4TH XI v PARK ORCHARDS - W
Enjoying the expanses of Nunger Park the 4’s batted first and finished at 4/162 after their 32 overs. The visitors then struggled to 7/75 at stumps. Tight bowling saw Park Orchards dismissed for 136, Mick Vlahos 3/20 Nathan Drummond 2/26 and Paddy Herrod 2/15 had the better figures. The Nungers then threw the bat before declaring at 4/258. Those who got the crease enjoyed their time with Nathan Drummond completing a good double with 75*, Tom Jacob 53*, Kayne Allen 47 and Benny Johnston 40 the others to cash in. 2nd time around Park Orchards got to 0/39 before early stumps were drawn. A good percentage booster for the boys who sit half a game out of the four.
5TH XI v GLEN WAVERLEY HAWKS – L
A tough game for the 5’s with GWH having a BYE in the higher grades the advantage the Nungers 3s and 4s enjoyed was reversed here. At half time GWH were 4/162 and the Nungers 1/114. Day 2 the boys batted well to post 8/259 on the back of Richard Rule’s excellent 61, the ageless Ken Ferguson whipped up an unbeaten 51 and Vets skipper Glenn Howard’s 46 were the backbone of the innings. GWH knocked up the required 98 in 12 overs. Tom McGoldrick continued his excellent form with 2/23 and Al Nicolson 2/56 was the other wicket taker. A good effort in this game against much better credentialed opponents. This side must win one of the two before Xmas to keep in touch.
OVER 40’s XI v KERRIMUIR – W
Bowling first the bowlers were much more disciplined than last game and well supported by excellent fielding and catching. Steady wickets meant Kerrimuir never really got going and finished at 9/147 after their 36 overs. Raf Kaluri with 4/26 and Peter Rosenthal, 3/30, the multiple wicket takers. Steve Badger with 3 catches set the fielding tone. A stuttering start had the Nungers at 4/51 before Steve Badger, 43 ret, and skipper Campbell Morrison, 38, took the game, and some cricket balls, away from Kerrimuir. 2 from 2 is a good start from the YC’s of the vets.
Over 50’s XI v CANTERBURY – W
Important game against last years premiers after a rare loss last outing. In the field first, it was hard going with Canterbury getting to 1/91 half way through. After drinks 3/14 helped slow the run rate and the innings closed at 7/177. President Mick Whitehead led the way with 3/23 with support from John Gillam 2/25 and Mark Holley 2/26 to ensure a chaseable target was set. A number of solid partnerships kept Canterbury at bay as the top 6 bats all posted double figures. Skipper Glenn Howard’s 37 the best of them. The side is well placed at 2-1 in the top grade and the next two Sundays will shape the season.
U10's XI v BOROONDARA GOLD - L
This week the boys were at home and made 7/75 off their 25 overs with Liam Browne (10) and Tarkyn Crooks (9) leading the way. The opposition made 95 with Kim Yan taking very impressive figures of 3/4. The boys are improving each week and it is a credit to their hard work.
MILO HAVE-A-GO PROGRAM
This week saw the start of the KHCC Milo have a go program and we look forward to the continued development of the younger kids under the tutelage of Paddy Herrod.
1st XI v Mulgrave Wheelers Hill AWAY – Wellington Reserve, Mackie Road, Mulgrave
2nd XI v Box Hill North Super Kings HOME – Greythorn Park
3rd XI v Kerrimuir United AWAY – Kingswood College, Piedmont Street, Box Hill
4th XI v Kerrimuir HOME – Stradbroke Park
5th XI v Mitcham HOME – Willsmere Park
Over 40’s XI v Bulleen Templstowe HOME – Greythorn Park
Over 50’s XI v Victorian Cavaliers AWAY – Fregon Reserve, Browns Road, Clayton
U10's XI v Clifton Hill AWAY - Fairlea West Oval, Fairlea Road Fairfield
Phil Goodman 300 games
Ken Ferguson 12000 runs
Greg Webb 5000 runs
Sasha Brookes 4000 runs
Bill Karametos 350 wickets
Ken Ferguson 200 catches
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