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A whirlwind 103 from Erin Burn and an unbeaten 128 from Kara Sutherland highlighted Universities 189-run win over Gordon in their women’s Sydney grade limited overs match at Chatswood Oval on Saturday.

Burn cracked 17 boundaries in her 62-ball stay, while Sutherland – a former SUSF Elite Athlete Program (EAP) scholarship holder – scored at a more sedate run-a-ball as they shared a 152-run second-wicket partnership which saw Universities finish with a mammoth 4-358 off their 50 overs.

Kate Owen also helped the cause with a 55-ball knock that produced 63 runs.

The Students then put Gordon to the sword, with Alison Parkin (4-23) and Emily Mifsud (3-27) helping to dispose of the hosts for 189, despite the efforts of opener Hannah Trollip, who was run out for 77.

Burn, a 2012 Sydney University Sport Scholarship holder on the Elite Athlete Program, was last week named Universities Women’s Batter of the Year in the Twenty20 competition, which the Students won. It was the first premiership in any grade since the club was formed with the amalgamation of the Sydney University and UNSW women’s clubs in 2003.

Universities Firsts are on target to take the double for 2012-13. They lead the limited overs competition by 18 points with four rounds to play. Universities Seconds are fifth on the ladder, while Thirds lead their competition.

Scoreboard

Sydney Women’s Grade competition – Round 17 (Limited overs)

First Grade: Universities 4-358 off 50 overs (Kara Sutherland 128 not out, Erin Burns 103, Kate Owen 63; Taryn Heddo 2-65) d Gordon169 off 46.5 overs (Hannah Trollip 77; Alison Parkin 4-23, Emily Mifsud 3-27) by 189 runs at Chatswood Oval. Toss: Universities. Batted first: Universities. Points: Universities 6, Gordon 0.

Second Grade: Parramatta-Blacktown 94 off 31 overs (Emma Geering 27; Natalie Cowen 5-21) d Universities 85 off 27.1 overs (Felicity Goodwin 28; Melissa Halton 4-8) by nine runs at Merrylands Oval. Toss: Universities. Batted first: Parramatta-Blacktown. Points: Parramatta-Blacktown 6, Universities 0.

Third Grade: Parramatta-Blacktown 8-187 off 40 overs d Universities 141 off 35.1 overs.

Sydney Men’s Grade cricket competition – Round 12

First Grade: Western Suburbs 195 (Lachlan O’Connor 57, Chris Ridley 30; Tim Ley 4-52, Ian Moran 3-39) d Sydney University 182 (Ben Joy 39 not out, Tim Ley 36, Mark Faraday 30, Will Somerville 22; Brendon Reynolds 5-42, Nicholas Death 3-44) on the first innings at Pratten Park. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Western Suburbs. Points: Western Suburbs 6, Sydney University 0.

Second Grade: Sydney University 211 (Jack Hill 109, Steven Hobson 24; Ash Squire 3-47, Geoff Ashmore 2-25) d Western Suburbs 188 (Ash Squire 93, Andrew Gordon 30; Nigel Cowell 5-60, Alasdair Grant 3-60) on the first innings at Sydney University No.1 Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Western Suburbs 0.

Third Grade: Sydney University 7-225 (Alex Logan 72, Robert Edwards 46 not out) d Western Suburbs 8(dec)-223 (William Affleck 80, Brendan Rixon 34) on the first innings at Blick Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Western Suburbs. Points: Sydney University 6, Western Suburbs 0.

Fourth Grade: Western Suburbs 3-196 (Nick Brady 72 not out, Justin O’Neill 42, Lee Maggs 38, Sam Pararajashingham 33 not out) d Sydney University 195 (Christopher Campbell 47) by seven wickets at Sydney University No.2 Oval/ Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Western Suburbs 6, Sydney University 0.

Fifth Grade: Sydney University 217 (Ronit Lotliker 35, Jay Blamey 35, Hamish Robertson 23) d Western Suburbs 172 (Michael Stead 38, Samid Shaikh 27, Varun George 24 not out) on the first innings at Punchbowl Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Western Suburbs 0.

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