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Opener Scott Henry’s patient 105 helped Sydney University to a healthy 7-302 at stumps on the first day of their Round 3, two-day clash with Bankstown at Bankstown Memorial Oval on Saturday.

The NSW representative faced 208 balls in his 266-minute occupation and cracked 11 boundaries and two sixes along the way.

Henry shared an 82-run opening stand with Nick Larkin (38) and a 102-run stand with No.5 Greg Mail (67) before he was caught by Daniel Solway off the bowling of Mitchell Phelps. Phelps ended the day with 4-63 off 22 overs.

It was Henry’s fourth century for the club and took him to 3535 runs in all forms of the game in his sixth season with the Students.

With the dangerous Tim Ley still at the crease on 39 off 45 balls, skipper Mail might push for some more quick runs when play resumes next Saturday.

Sydney University Seconds are well-placed going into day two of their tilt with Bankstown at University No.1 Oval. The hosts were rolled for 208 after winning the toss and batting, but had Bankstown 3-31 at stumps, with spinner Tom Kierath snaring 2-2.

Third Grade batted out the day to be 8-265 at stumps at Jensen Park, where Alexander Shaw (88) and James Larkin (72) scored the bulk of the runs.

Sydney University Fourths racked up 291 (Charles Cull 77 not out) and had Bankstown 3-70 in an interesting affair at St Paul’s College Oval, while Jarrod Waterlow led the way for Fifth Grade with an innings of 131 at Grahame Thomas Oval. The Students ended the day all out for 300.

The first round of the Poidevin-Gray Shield (Under 21s) was played on Sunday and Sydney University had encouraging start with a 71-run win over Mosman at Allan Border Oval.

Max Hope (55), Jonte Pattison (35) and James Madden (29 not out) helped Sydney University to 233 off their 50 overs before they rolled Mosman for 162 in 42 overs, with Joe Kershaw (3-17), Darius Visser (3-26) and Jonathon Dobson (2-28) the pick of the trundlers.

Meanwhile, Universities have been performing well in the Sydney Women’s Twenty20 competition with big wins in their first two games.

Universities accounted for Penrith by 68 runs in their opening match, with Leah Poulton (48), Rachael Haynes (41), Georgie Redmayne (40) and Kate Owen (22 not out) scoring the bulk of the 168 before they restricted Penrith to 9-100.

Redmayne top-scored with 73 as Universities rattled up 5-140 off their 20 overs in their Round 2 clash with Campbelltown-Camden, before restricting the westerners to 8-128, with Emily Mifsud taking 2-17 and Kate Coppack 2-21 in economical fashion.

Scoreboard

Sydney Men’s Grade Cricket competition – Round 3 (Two-day matches)

First Grade: Sydney University 7-302 off 96 overs (Scott Henry 105, Greg Mail 67, Tim Ley 39 not out, Nick Larkin 38; Mitchell Phelps 4-63, Jarrad Burke 3-49), stumps, day one at Bankstown Memorial Oval. Toss:   Sydney University.

Second Grade: Sydney University 208 off 83 overs (Ben Trevor-Jones 49, Max Hope 46; David Lozinski 4-58, Matthew Smith 2-25) v Bankstown 3-31 off 15 overs (Tom Kierath 2-2), stumps, day one at Sydney University No.1 Oval. Toss: Sydney University

Third Grade: Sydney University 8-265 off 80 overs (Alexander Shaw 88, James Larkin 72; Thomas Sowden 3-60, Jehan Bilimoria 2-38), stumps, day one at Jensen Park. Toss:         Sydney University.

Fourth Grade: Sydney University            291 off 69.2 overs (Charles Cull 77 not out, Suda Sivapalan 54, Matthew Skinner 40, Kieran Tate 37, Matt Lowen 32; Ben Hunt 3-67, James Hawkesworth 3-70) v Bankstown 1-25 (William Clayton 1-12), stumps, day one at St Paul’s College Oval. Toss: Bankstown. Batted first: Sydney University.

Fifth Grade: Sydney University 300 off 79.5 overs (Jarrod Waterlow 131, Michael Harris 53, Thomas Hill 44; Luke Maloney 3-47, Alex Kouventaris 2-14), stumps, day one at Grahame Thomas Oval. Toss:      Sydney University.

Poidevin-Gray Shield – Round 1 (Limited Overs)

Sydney University  233 off 49.4 overs (Max Hope 55, Jonte Pattison 35, James Madden 29 not out, Jack Holloway 27, Darius Visser 20; Hugh Buddin 4-33, Dassanayake 2-40) d Mosman 162 off 42 overs (Ben van der Merwe 94; Joe Kershaw 3-17, Darius Visser 3-26, Jonathon Dobson 2-28) by 71 runs at Allan Border Oval on Sunday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Mosman 0.

Metropolitan Cup – Round 3 (Two-day match)

Mosman 171 off 48.1 overs (no details available) v Sydney Uniiversity 9-120 off 32 overs (no details available), stumps, day one at Balmoral Oval. Toss: Mosman. Batted first: Mosman.

Sydney Women’s Twenty20 competition – Rounds 1 and 2

Universities 3-168 off 20 overs (Leah Poulton 48, Rachael Haynes, 41 Georgie Redmayne 40, Kate Owen 22 not out; Mikayla Hinkley 2-30) d Penrith 9-100 off 20 overs (Kate Waetford 47; Rachael Haynes 2-7, Emily Mifsud 2-8, Lynsey Askew 2-17, Kate Owen 2-20) by 68 runs at Raby No.2 Oval. Toss: Universities. Batted first: Universities. Points: Universities 6, Penrith 0.

Universities 5-140 off 20 overs (Georgia Redmayne 73; Kelsey Miller 1-16, Belinda Vakarewa 1-29) d Campbelltown-Camden 8-128 off 20 overs (Melissa Harrison 30; Emily Mifsud 2-17, Kate Coppack 2-21) by 12 runs at Raby No.2 Oval. Toss: Universities. Batted first: Universities. Points: Universities 6, Campbelltown-Camden 0.

Sydney Women’s Grade competition – Round 3

Third Grade: Universities Gold v Gordon at Forsyth Park (No details available).

Universities Blue v Parramatta at John Curtin Reserve (No details available).

Brewer Shield – Round 3 (Limited Overs)

Universities v Northern District at Asquith Oval (No details available).

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