Women’s cricket stumped by Bankstown

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Universities first grade’s poor effort in the field against Bankstown on Sunday in the minor premiership-deciding last match of the season proper cost them dearly.

Despite a commendable bowling effort from Universities attack, especially Nell Gibson’s 4-45, Bankstown were able to accumulate 234 off 49.5 overs thanks to seven dropped catches, including five off Emily Mifsud.

In a sluggish reply that was possibly a flow-on from their effort in the field, Universities could only manage 105 off 33.4 overs.

Opener Georgia Redmayne continued her stellar year and again top-scored, knocking up 34 off 78 deliveries.

Sydney Women’s Grade competition – Round 20

First Grade: Bankstown 234 of 49.5 overs (Ashleigh Gardner 72, Asha Smith 62, Corinne Hall 22, Rhiannon Dick 22; Nell Gibson 4-45, Kate Owen 2-31) d Universities 105 off 33.4 overs (Georgia Redmayne 34, Kate Owen 24; Samantha Devlin 3-10, Asheigh Gardner 2-24, Melissa Penman 2-24) on first innings at Grahame Thomas Oval. Toss: Bankstown. Batted first: Bankstown. Points: Bankstown 7, Universities 0.

Third Grade – Twenty20 semi-final

Gordon d Universities

U17 Brewer Shield

Universities d Parramatta