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BOWLED: Tedd Weiss is out for Rudall in the match at home against Cleve.

BOWLED: Tedd Weiss is out for Rudall in the match at home against Cleve.

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Rudall 148 lost to Cleve 2/149

RUDALL batted first and tight bowling by Ethan Kwaterski and Angus Turner saw Tim Hannemann out for three, Jed Burton for four and Mick Noble out for 11.

Thomas Weiss looked to regain control of the the innings with 19 while David Smith continued smoking them all over the ground, given a couple lives before he was out for 88 off 42.

The remaining Rudall batters offered little resistance to be all out for 148, with Kwaterski the best of the bowlers 3/17.

Cleve were hardly troubled in reply with Turner making 33, Hayden Donohue, 39, Kwaterski, 40 not out, and Regan Taheny, 27 not out.

Thomas Weiss was the best with the ball with 2/23 from nine overs.

Darke Peak 154 lost to 6/156

Darke Peak won the toss and elected to bat with Zac Meyer and Jamie Pearson opening.

After a wayward first over from Zane Wykamp he kicked into gear, getting Pearson caught for four.

Max Ramsey steadied the ship putting on 31 with Meyer before Wykamp got his second wicket, bowling Meyer for 28.

Brodie Pearson joined Ramsey in a good partnership.

Pearson went for 31 after Jonny Close took a good catch to dismiss him off the bowling of Carl Jaeschke.

He was the first of four wickets for Jaeschke, catching Max Ramsey and Damon Ramsey caught and bowled.

M. Ramsey finished with 32, D. Ramsey, 17, and Kyron McCallum, 14.

Darke Peak finished on 10/154. Jaeschke and Alec Klingberg were the pick of the bowlers, both claiming four wickets.

Cowell began the run chase with Jake Klingberg and Carl Jaeschke at the crease. Klingberg was the first to go bowled for four by Jaylnn McCallum.

Jaeschke soon followed, out leg before wicket off Rhett Schumann for five and Cowell's woes continued, losing two more wickets to be 4/23.

The Peak looked well and truly in control until Jarrad Schiller joined Zane Wykamp to form a vital partnership of 78 that put Cowell back in control.

Schiller went not long after drinks with a good catch by Damon Ramsey for 28.

Jonny Close smashed a quick 28 to help Cowell get well within the required runs before he was bowled by J. McCallum.

Alec Klingberg and Wykamp guided Cowell over the line, finishing 6/156 with Wykamp on 67 and Klingberg four.

J. McCallum finished with three wickets and Rhett Schumann two.