Twenty20 action in The Westport Hastings Cricket Competition sees lots of runs scored

THE weekend saw fierce Twenty20 action in The Westport Hastings Cricket Competition, living up to all it promised - and more.

In the Brett Border Trophy (round three) there were wins to Bonny Hills, Macquarie and Port City Leagues Magpies.

Cricket balls were flying at the Panthers and Macquarie game, as an astonishing 39 sixes were hit.

Star batsmen were Ethan Hyde from Macquarie with 132, and James Carroll from Pirates with 119 not out. Rodney Morton score 86 not out as Macquarie won, as did Bonny Hills and Port City Leagues Magpies.

Other impressive performers were Trai Blair with 4/34 for Beechwood, Phillip Crouch with 43 for Bonny Hills, Sean Minns with 3/33 for Comboyne and Ryan Bray with 4/25 for Magpies.

Players quickly changed grounds for Rround four. Wins were recorded by Port Pirates and Magpies. Michael Connolly from Pirates took 3/16 and Matt Lill for Macquarie took 3/11.

The game between Comboyne and Beechwood is under dispute.

Round three of the George Spencer Cup saw wins to Camden Haven, Comboyne, Magpies and Wauchope.

Lindsay Dennis from Camden Haven scored 52 and Mark Ennor from Beechwood impressed with 5/23.

In round four wins went to Comboyne, Magpies Blackwell, Camden Haven and Magpies one.

Jacob Willkie from Comboyne took 3/9 and scored 45 not out. Lindsay Dennis again dominated with the bat, scoring 74 not out for Camden Haven. The finals will be played on Australia Day at Wayne Richards Park.


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