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YP fifth at Under 14 Country Cup
Yorke Peninsula finished a
creditable fifth in the South
Australian Cricket Association’s
2017 Under 14 Country Cup,
played in the Barossa Valley,
Monday-Thursday, January 9-
YP won two of its four match-
es for the tournament.
“The boys had a good week,”
YP coach Jamie Agnew said.
“Generally they bowled well
as a team and consistently took
“Unfortunately our issue was
with run making, which was not
up to standard.
“Individual standout perfor-
mance during the tournament
was Toby Glasson’s five-wicket
haul on Wednesday at Kapunda
when we bowled the Invitational
XI out for just 41.”
YP’s first match, against
Fleurieu North at Greenock
oval, had a late start due to wet
Batting first, YP was out for
65; only opener Dylan Bradford
(20) and Brodie Elefsen (13) got
to double figures.
Opening bowler Bill Taheny
claimed 2/10 from his five overs,
YP losing by six wickets.
Archer Rowntree (3/8 from
4.4 overs) and Toby Glasson
(2/5 from seven overs) shared
five wickets on day two at
Stockwell, where YP bowled
Fleurieu South out for 64.
Bradford was the mainstay of
the small run chase, not out on
25, after YP was in early trouble
at 3/5; he was supported by
James Reuther (14) and Kai
Newbold (11 not out) as YP
achieved victory five wickets
down in the 32nd over.
In the Wednesday clash at
Kapunda, Glasson ripped
through the Invitational XI’s top
order finishing with 5/9 from his
five overs, while Fraser Agnew
cleaned up the tail, claiming 3/3
from 2.5 overs. was sundries
with 16 in a modest total of 41.
YP lost five wickets chasing
the Invitational XI’s modest 41
runs; Agnew was the backbone,
unbeaten on 17, and Rowntree
These sides played an
impromptu twenty20 match in
the afternoon. Ending the tour-
nament at Nuriootpa on
Thursday, YP bowled out Eyre
Peninsula for 91, but fell 18 runs
short in the run chase.
Left arm quick Alex
Elsworthy was the pick of the
bowlers with 3/15 from his four
overs, while Reuther (13) and
Rowntree (18) got starts with
the bat. Jacob Battle was left
stranded on 12 not out.
Monday, January 9, at
Greenock: Fleurieu North 4/66
(B Taheny 2/10) d Yorke
Peninsula 65 (D Branford 20, B
Tuesday, January 10, at
Stockwell: Yorke Peninsula 5/65
(D Branford 25*, J Reuther 14, K
Newbold 11*) d Fleurieu South
64 (A Rowntree 3/8, T Glasson
Wednesday, January 11, at
Kapunda: Yorke Peninsula 5/43
(F Agnew 17*, A Rowntree 16) d
Invitational XI 41 (T Glasson
5/9, F Agnew 3/3).
Thursday, January 12, at
Nuriootpa: Eyre Peninsula 91 (A
Elsworthy 3/15) d Yorke
Peninsula 73 (A Rowntree 18, J
Reuther 13, J Battle 12*).
z COUNTRY CUP... The Yorke Peninsula team that played in the SACA 2017 Under 14 Country Cup, back:
coach James Agnew, Toby Glasson, Wes Goldsmith, Alex Elsworthy, Archer Rowntree, Brodie Elefsen,
Dylan Branford, team manager Michael Reuther; front: Jacob Battle, Bill Taheny, vice-captain Fraser
Agnew, captain Lachlan Dolling, vice-captain James Reuther, Kai Newbold.
z COUNTRY CUP...
Fraser Agnew, 17
not out, leads Yorke
Peninsula to a
win against the
z COUNTRY CUP...
Alex Elsworthy bowls
North at Greenock.
Stansbury Cricket Club has been
disqualified from playing the second
round of the Country Living Homes
Cup this Sunday.
The Country Cricket Committee
decided to disqualify Stansbury due
to two breaches of the competition’s
player eligibility rules during the first
round of the cup, played against
Moonta at Moonta on December 11.
The committee deemed Stansbury
had not complied with the rules
which stipulate a player must be rep-
resenting their primary club, with
dual-registered players not able to
represent their secondary club, and a
player must have played at least one
match for that club in the current
The issue was deliberated last
Wednesday, with the clubs notified
of the decision Thursday and Friday.
Moonta was scheduled to play in
Stansbury has appealed the decision
and the appeals process started yes-
South Australian Cricket Assoc-
iation competitions coordinator Jack
Campion said SACA, as well as the
CLHC competition, had been stricter
with player eligibility this year.
“We want to make sure we’re
rewarding players who are still play-
ing in the country and give them an
opportunity to play on Adelaide
Oval,” he said.
“It’s a thank you to all the country
players and also the clubs who pro-
mote the game in these regional areas.”
in for T20
The second round and
semifinal of the Country
Living Homes Cup
twenty20 will be played at
Moonta oval this Sunday.
The public is welcome to
attend; a barbecue and
drinks will be available
throughout the day.
Winner of the semifinal
will progress to the grand
final at Adelaide Oval in
9.30am: Quorn v Moonta
or Stansbury (TBA)
12.30pm: Southern Eyre
South v Angaston
3.30pm: Semifinal (winner
of match one v winner of
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