Wingham take points in premier league cricket

Wingham captain Ben Scowen batting in the clash against Taree West at Cedar Party Reserve. Wingham won the match.
Wingham captain Ben Scowen batting in the clash against Taree West at Cedar Party Reserve. Wingham won the match.

Wingham revenged an embarrassing first round batting collapse when accounting for Taree West in the McDonalds Mid North Coast Premier League cricket match at Cedar Party Reserve.

The home team batted first and put together a very competitive 185. Kris Ball, Paul Cox, Josh Meldrum and Shane Manny took two wickets each for Taree West.

Taree West could only managed 72 in reply. Rodney Ellis top scored with an unbeaten 20. Josh McTaggart took three wickets for Wingham. In the first round game Wingham were bowled out for just 20.

Opening bowler Jackson Witts had his best return of the season as United thrashed Wauchope RSL at Chatham Park.

Wauchope  were rolled for 62 with Witts finishing with five wickets while Zac Sheather took four.

Jason Blythe top scored with 16. United lost two wickets in the run chase.

At Wayne Richards Park competition leaders Macquarie welcomed Rovers. Macquarie batted first and compiled 8/166. The two opening bats, Ethan Hyde and Tom Salter had a fruitful day. Hyde scored 44 and Salter 48. Rovers in reply managed 123 with Hyde taking 4/22 and Salter 2/0. 

Port Macquarie Leagues batsmen batsmen hit form against Nulla. Batting first they scored 7/244. Most of the top order put runs on the board, the best being Tim Harris with 44 and Clint Cocking with 42*. Nulla fell for 112. Best bowling figures came from Kyle Blanch with 5/39.

At the time of writing not all team scores were available