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Felsch and Edwards star in Kingsgrove Sports T20 Cup
Date of Event NSW Premier Cricket: Mon Nov 11, 2019 9:18PM
Big-hitting Sydney allrounder Ryan Felsch.

David Gavin

Allrounders Ryan Felsch and Jack Edwards have dominated with the bat during rounds six and seven of the Kingsgrove Sports T20 Cup on Sunday.

Randwick Petersham spinner Riley Ayre (5-14) also claimed the first five-wicket haul of the competition this season in an emphatic 154-run victory for Randwick Petersham over UNSW at David Phillips South.

Felsch made the fourth century of the Kingsgrove Sports T20 Cup this season, in an 83-run win for Sydney over Manly-Warringah, plundering 119 from a mere 60 balls including 12 sixes.

His hundred came off 55 deliveries and he shared a 148-run third wicket partnership with English County player Nick Gubbins, 59 from 30 balls, in a huge total of 6/234 at Manly Oval.

Manly-Warringah was dismissed for 151 in 14.4 overs highlighted by Jack Edwards, who scored a whirlwind 83 from just 34 balls at the top of the order.

Edwards also made 84 from 45 deliveries during an eight-wicket win for Manly-Warringah in the first match at Manly Oval on Sunday against Sutherland. His fifty coming off just 21 balls.

The NSW Blues and Sydney Sixers allrounder shared an opening partnership worth 145 from 94 balls with Thunder wicketkeeper-batter Jay Lenton, 67 not out from 53 balls. Manly finished 2/153 after 17.1 overs.

Edwards was also handy with the ball in the win over Sutherland taking 3-35 from his four overs. Sutherland made 8/151 from its 20 overs.

Manly-Warringah moved into the top four of the Sixers Conference with that win, despite the heavy loss against Sydney.

Randwick Petersham is one win clear of Sydney, St George and Manly on top of the Conference.

Left-arm finger spinner Ayre combined with former Indian First Class player, off-spinner Ryan Ninan (4-21) to race through the UNSW batting order.

UNSW was dismissed for 87 within 12 overs chasing 5/241. Opener Ben Abbatangelo, 75 from 41 deliveries, together with English County batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond (67), and Thunder allrounder Daniel Sams, 56 from 22 deliveries, all made valuable contributions with the bat for Randwick Petersham.

The Bumblebees however did register one victory on Sunday defeating Gordon by four wickets, with one ball to spare, in the second match at David Phillips South. UNSW made 6/145 in response to 141.

ACT/NSW Country fast bowler Djali Bloomfield, who recently represented the Prime Ministers’ XI against Sri Lanka, produced a polished performance with the ball for UNSW claiming 4-19 from 3.4 overs. Gordon opener Jamie Bekis (63 from 45 balls) was the only player to pass fifty during the match.

Northern District hosted a double header at Mark Taylor Oval with Blacktown captain Jordan Gauci, 80 from 60 balls, guiding his club to victory in the morning match while the hosts won a Super Over thriller in the second.

Northern District and Western Suburbs both made 94 from their 20 overs with the hosts winning by one run in the Super Over making 0/5 in reply to Wests 1/4.

Gauci made almost half the runs in the Blacktown total of 6/169 that was comfortably defended with Northern District dismissed for 122. Opening bowler Thomas Draca claimed 4-24 from four overs for the victors.

Campbelltown-Camden lost both matches of its T20 double header narrowly at Raby Oval No. 1.

It lost the first match to Penrith by three runs with former Blues quick Josh Lalor claiming 3-29 for the Panthers. Paceman Luke Webb took 4-23 in the beaten side.

Parramatta won the second match at Raby Sports Complex by five runs after Campbelltown-Camden failed to chase down 127 to win.

Bankstown are equal top with Northern District in the Thunder Conference after having the bye this weekend.

NSW Premier Cricket: Kingsgrove Sports T20 Cup

ROUND 6:

Sydney Sixers Conference:

Manly-Warringah 2-153 (J Edwards 84 J Lenton 67no T Pinson 2-32) bt Sutherland 8-151 (J Biviano 45 J Leaning 38 J Edwards 3-35) at Manly Oval,

Randwick Petersham 5-241 (B Abbatangelo 75 D Bell-Drummond 67 D Sams 56 S Eaton 28 V Kashyap 3-32) bt UNSW 87 (M Gilkes 27 J Fernandopulle 23 R Ayre 5-14 R Ninan 4-21) at David Phillips South.

Eastern Suburbs, Mosman, St George & UTS North Sydney Bye.

Sydney Thunder Conference:

Penrith 110 (T Sargeant 30no H Railz 30 B Williams 21 L Webb 4-23 B Patterson 3-21) bt Campbelltown-Camden 9-107 (J Simmons 43 A Yabsley 21 J Lalor 3-29 B Williams 2-12) at Raby Oval 1,

Blacktown Mounties 6-169 (J Gauci 80 C Soper 2-25) bt Northern District 122 (N Maskell 59 B Davis 26 T Draca 4-24 E Singh 2-20 H Sandhu 2-25) at Mark Taylor Oval.

Bankstown, Fairfield-Liverpool, Hawkesbury & Sydney University Bye.

ROUND 7:

Sydney Sixers Conference:

Sydney 6-234 (R Felsch 119 N Gubbins 59 M Edwards 2-38) bt Manly-Warringah 151 (J Edwards 83 J Foster 21 A Glendenning 3-17 N Bills 2-15 N Gubbins 2-32) at Manly Oval,

UNSW 6-145 (B McLean 45 M Gilkes 39 J Attenborough 24 N Doyle 3-18 C Stobo 2-34) bt Gordon 141 (J Bekis 63 T Crawford 45 D Bloomfield 4-19 T Scoble 2-16 H McLean 2-19) at David Phillips South.

Sydney Thunder Conference:

Parramatta 8-126 (N Bertus 30 S Copperfield 24 O Simonsen 21 L Webb 2-27 B Patterson 2-32) bt Campbelltown-Camden 4-122 (B Larance 31 H Swindells 31 J Burke 24 B Patterson 23no) at Raby Oval 1,

Northern District 8-94 (W Buttleman 25 J Clarke 2-12 A Isherwood 2-29) and 0-5 bt Western Suburbs 9-94 (A Isherwood 23 T Felton 3-14 R Pawson 2-9) and 1-4 on Super Over at Mark Taylor Oval.

Standings:

Sydney Sixers Conference:

Randwick Petersham 12 Sydney 9 St George 9 Manly-Warringah 9 Eastern Suburbs 6 Sutherland 6 UNSW 6 UTS North Sydney 3 Mosman 3 Gordon 0.

Sydney Thunder Conference:

Bankstown 12 Northern District 12 Hawkesbury 9 Sydney University 9 Penrith 6 Blacktown Mounties 6 Parramatta 6 Campbelltown-Camden 3 Western Suburbs 0 Fairfield-Liverpool 0.

Last updated: Monday November 11, 2019 9:22PM