Haisman Protect | Karramomus ends day one in opposition to Waaia with useful rating

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Karramomus skipper Stuart Turner was left overjoyed together with his facet’s efficiency with the bat after the primary day of its spherical seven conflict in opposition to Waaia.

The Bloods gained the toss and elected to bat first on the pristine Vibert Reserve pitch and went on to submit a commanding 236 runs off 77.1 overs.

It follows Karramomus’ two earlier scores of 84 and 134 in Cricket Shepparton’s Haisman Protect and Saturday’s effort ended up being the facet’s finest rating of the season.

Turner did not cover how his facet’s output on the opening day in opposition to the Bombers made him really feel.

“I used to be fairly stoked for us to complete on 236 runs,” Turner stated.

“We had two targets in the beginning of the day, to bat out our overs and get three-four good partnerships.

“Though we reached 77 overs, it was a large achievement for the boys.

“And it is good to have the ability to give the bowlers a greater goal to work with.”

Nevertheless, issues did not at all times look promising for the house facet.

Karramomus was rapidly 2-11 after not many, with Waaia’s strike bowler Mitch Cleeland ending the day Three-37 from 15 overs.

Tim Kelly (34 off 102 deliveries) quickly pulled the group collectively and fashioned an vital partnership with star performer Mitch McGrath (70).

Karramomus’ top-scorer belted 70 runs off 106 deliveries and notched 12 boundaries in his finest rating of the season.

Turner then chipped in with a beneficial 46 runs and along with the tail order pushed the Bloods to 236 runs.

Turner was filled with reward for his facet’s main run-scorer and spoke extremely of McGrath’s choice main into the spherical seven contest.

“Mitch batted beautifully and actually held us collectively,” Turner stated.

“He stated throughout the week he would not thoughts dropping down the order a bit and I assumed it was actually mature from a younger man.

“And I assumed Tim batted rather well, he was a bit unfortunate and appeared to be seeing them effectively.”

THE GAME SO FAR

Karramomus 236 (Mitch McGrath 70, Stuart Turner 46, Tim Kelly 34, Mitch Cleeland Three-37, Matthew Stuart 2-11)

STAR PLAYER

Mitch McGrath (Karramomus): A cultured 70-run knock was simply what the physician ordered for the Bloods opener, who had struggled in his earlier three knocks. His knock got here off 106 deliveries and consisted of 12 boundaries, showcasing simply how effectively McGrath was seeing them on Saturday.

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