TCL Female Boom: Bracknell Exact Revenge, Beauty Point Winning Debut | Examiner

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Bracknell redeemed last year’s loss in the preliminary final, beating Trevallyn Blue by 12 points. The winners were 7-104, led by Bridie Goodluck (17), while Monique Booth’s bowling numbers (2-14 of four) were neat. The descents turned out to be excessive despite the best efforts of Kellie Scott (22 *) while the skipper Amy Buettel took 3-1 on her four overs. Beauty Point scored a victory on its debut, beating fellow debutants Exeter by nine wickets. READ MORE: Olympic swimmer Ariarne Titmus speaks at The Examiner’s 2021 Junior Sport Awards. Carrie Tasker led the way with the stick (19 *) and the ball (1-12) for the winners on their field. Tamar Valley debutants, Beaconsfield, weren’t able to emulate Beauty Point’s exploits in their opener, descending to Trevallyn Gold by 36 points. Amanda Clark’s 10 was the only double-digit result of the contest as Trevallyn made 5-78, defended by a clinical bowling spell from Layla Stonehouse, who took 4-3. Tessa Bishop of Beaconsfield finished with 3-16. Reigning Premiers Longford, who are aiming for four flags in a row, started their defense strong with a nine-wicket victory over Hadspen. The Tigers’ bowling innings, where they left Hadspen at 7-63 on 20 overs, were a spectacular Humphries with captain Emma (2-8), Karlee (2-12) and Haylee (1-5) all playing. leading roles. Longford coach Stacey Norton-Smith (27) brought the ship home as Hailee Harris (1-21) took the lone wicket. The closest match to the round saw Evandale Panthers sneak home on the penultimate ball to win by four wickets against ACL. READ MORE: The Examiner’s 2021 Junior Sports Awards winners revealed Batting first, Bluebacks went 9-92, led by undefeated captain Narine Maurangi 35, before she also played with the ball (3 -13). However, Belinda Prior’s 21 and Kaye Buchanan’s 19 gave the Panthers a memorable victory to start their season. Female Boom’s debut in George Town was scrapped against Legana.


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