The Glen’s Glen steps up in big win over Yaralla

THE Glen posted a formidable 5-202 to record a 42-run win against Yaralla in round four of the A-grade Cap Club Challenge.

After losing two early wickets, the left-handed Sam Lowry and hard-hitting right-handed batsman Glen Stenton-Cook joined forces to put on over 50 runs.

Stenton-Cook was particularly savage where he picked off the lines of the Yaralla bowlers to crash boundaries with a series of lofted cover drives.

"I was seeing the ball OK and the pitch was not too bad and a bit slow," Stenton-Cook said.

"The opening bowlers were good and Jason Batchelor and Richardson were moving the ball a bit."

Batchelor had a good match in a losing cause to snare 2-35 and score 48 with captain Dylan Cross getting 43.

Meanwhile, Gracemere (7-175) got over the line against Frenchville by three wickets in the other match.

 

RESULTS

A-GRADE CAP CLUB CHALLENGE

The Glen 5-202 (Stenton-Cook 42; J Batchelor 2-35, J Andrews 2-26) d Yaralla 10-160 (J Batchelor 48, D Cross 43)

Gracemere 7-175 d Frenchville 7-170
 

RESERVES

Brothers 7-172 (A Cirson 84; S Pitt 2-15) d The Glen 10-165 (S Pitt 35, R Woof 33; A Singh 4-35)

BITS 9-172 (J Marsh 44, N Fritz 42; J Finlay 3-44, S Pitt 3-29) d 10-170 (S White 53, L Finlay 25; N Harrower 4-25)



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