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CENTRAL CANTERBURY NEWS, JANUARY 30, 2013
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Intermediate cricket at Mandeville
Metro team in
the Year 7
The side was
not able to
who won their
Year 8 side takes all
Canterbury country junior cricket
THE CANTERBURY Country
Year 8 side dominated the
Canterbury Regions tournament
last week, going through
unbeaten in all three of its
Country bowled first in all the
games and restricted the teams
with accurate bowling and field-
work, then chased each of the
totals down with several overs
to spare and wickets in hand.
On day one, Country faced
Christchurch A at Heathcote
Domain and had a target of 177.
Will Wroe and Mitchell Power
took half of the wickets between
them, and patience and power
saw Country hunt the score
down in 48 overs, with good
knocks from Will Hamilton (45)
and Josh Mariu (63no). On day
two, Country faced Christchurch
B, which was restricted to 138/9.
Edgar Paterson took three wick-
ets with flighted spin and Power
and Nathan Cook claimed two
wickets each. Power completed a
good match with 51 not out and
Hamilton continued his good
form (54no) as Country chased
down the target with only two
wickets down and 15 overs to go.
On day three, they faced
a Combined Mid and South
Canterbury team. After a good
first 30 overs, the Combined
team was knocked back by a
good spell by Wroe, who picked
up five wickets to restrict the
total to 154/8. Sensible batting
from Mariu (58no) and Paterson
(45) saw the team to the target
for the loss of two wickets and
eight overs to spare.
TABLE-TOPPING Weedons con-
tinued its good form going
into this week's semifinals of the
sula senior one-day cricket compe-
tition, with a commanding win
over Lincoln last Saturday.
The team will host Leeston/
Southbridge after they lost to
South Malvern, who posted 305/6,
with Andrew Inch getting 101.
Karl Winter scored an unbeaten
113 in the Leeston/Southbridge
chase, but the total proved to be
Greendale missed out on the
semifinals after its 204 was
chased down by Kirwee, so
South Malvern will take on Dia-
mond Harbour in the second semi
Youngsters on the go
PERSONAL BEST: Selwyn
Athletic Club's Luke Barret
touches down in the 9-year long
jump at the Canterbury
Interclub Athletics on Saturday,
at Rawhiti Domain. Luke came
eighth with 3.20m, a personal
best, and is wearing the club's
new colours and singlet. The
club was formed only last year
and has had athletes perform
well in events in Christchurch.
Sponsorship from Fulton Hogan
has helped pay for some of the
printing costs for the uniform,
which has Selwyn emblazoned
on the front.
10-year girls, Maia Brough-
ton, first 60m, second 200m,
high jump third; 11-year girls,
Haidee Middlewood Krsinic
third 60m; 7-year boys William
Broughton, third 60m, third
100m; Edward Barrett, fifth
100m; 8-year boys, Carl Simons
second, 100m, third 60m;
9-year boys, Luke Barrett, first
100m, third 60m, 10-year boys,
Matthew Fitzgerald third
100m, fourth 400m.
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