Rounds 5 and 6 for Kinglake Cricket Club’s First XI in the North Metro Cricket Association’s E – Grade Sault Sheild were played at Kinglake Memorial Oval over the weekend of November 11 and 12, 2017, with the Lakers losing both matches, one match by 12 runs.
North Brunswick/Rosebank 4th XI won the toss and elected to bat first making 262 from 35 overs before compulsory closure (cc). Kinglake were all out for 89.
KINGLAKE. 5:15pm. Jason Gaffee caught on 33. Kinglake 5/64. 5:00pm. Kinglake 2/41 from 16 overs. 4:30pm. Alex Hybinett LBW for 2. Kinglake 2/13 from 7.3 overs. 3:30pm. North Brunswick/Rosebank 3/262 from 35 overs. End of innings. 3:10pm. North Brunswick/Rosebank 1/214 from 30 overs. 2:55pm. North Brunswick/Rosebank are 1/191 off 28 overs. North Brunswick/Rosebank won the
Kinglake’s First XI won the toss and sent the Preston Footballers 2nd XI in to bat with Preston making 217 for five wickets from 35 overs. Preston Footballers 5/217 (cc) defeated Kinglake 2/151.
The Kinglake First XI begin their 2017/2018 North Metro Cricket Association (NMCA) cricket campaign in the E grade Sault Shield on Saturday, October 7. Kinglake play Fiji Victorian Second XI at C.H. Sullivan Memorial Park, Reservoir.
KINGLAKE. The Kinglake Cricket Club seeks junior, senior and ‘Milo in2 Cricket’ players for the 2017-18 season. Contact Keith Martin on 0407 910 872 for further information.
Kinglake Ranges News – First for Cricket Kinglake Memorial Oval, Kinglake Central. Tonight (July 3) the Kinglake Cricket Club held its annual general meeting electing a new committee for the upcoming 2017-18 cricket season. Incoming president Jason Gaffee thanked outgoing (2016-17) president Simon Andrews “for his hard work over the past season,” and last seasons’
Kinglake Central. The Kinglake Cricket Club will be holding its annual general meeting for the election of office bearers next Monday, July 3 at the Kinglake Memorial Oval club rooms from 7pm.
Kinglake Memorial Oval, Kinglake Central. After winning the toss and electing to bat Kinglake planned to bat for all of day one, but the plan quickly fell apart when opening batsman James Edwards was caught (John Magnone) and bowled (Paul Unkles) for a duck in the first five minutes of play by Rivergum’s 3rd XI
Kinglake Memorial Oval, Kinglake Central. Kinglake’s cricketers held on during the second days’ play against the Preston Druids 4th XI to win by nine runs during the second days’ play to secure the Lakers’ second win of season 2016-17, taking away the six points. With just 12 points from two wins for season 2016-17 the