Bay 12s and 16s on fire in finals

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Batemans Bay under 12s have reached the grand final of the Shoalhaven District Junior Cricket competition after a hard-fought 17-run victory over Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s Club.

With the semi-final reduced by bad weather to a one-day match, Bay won the toss and decided to bat.

Opener Mark Tuckwell (16) got Bay off to a good start beforehe was unfortunately run out. Shoalhaven used the momentum to takeregular wickets andrestrict the scoring.

In-form captain Lachlan Malcolm played one of his most valuable innings of the season to top score with a match high 21 as Bay were dismissed for 98 in the 30thover.

In reply Shoalhaven made a good start, keeping up with the required run rate and not losing a wicket until the 14thover when Noah Reid broke through.

Economical spells from Malcolm (6 overs for 5 runs), Tuckwell and Luke Gallen then tied Shoalhaven down before James McMillan produced a match-winning spell of 3 for 4 as Shoalhaven finished their 30 overs at 7 for 81.

In the field Kye Forrest was Bay’s best as he executed two run-outs as well as taking a catch.

Bay now meet Berry-Shoalhaven Heads in this coming weekend’s grand final in what should be a tightly fought contest between two evenly matched teams who each only lost one match (to each other) throughout the season so far.

Under 16sThe U16ssemi between Batemans Bay and Bay and Basinwas also reduced toa one-dayer (30 overs) on Sunday due to torrential rain on Saturday.

Batemans Baybowled first and with some great bowling from Jordan Macpherson (2/9 off 5) and Dylan Art (3/13 off 4) along with twoquickstumpings by wicket keeper Ryan Hall, theyhad Bay and Basin all out for 84 in the 30th over.

Batemans Bay took to the crease and afterthe loss ofa few quick wickets, Ryan Hall (21) and Mackenzie Clack (10)settled the innings.

Dylan Art (20 not out) and Jordan Macpherson (5 not out) saw the innings out with a heart-stopping finish with Batemans Bay making the target score in the 28th over.

This win has Batemans Bay heading into the grand final against Bomaderry at Nowra next weekend.

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