BCDA, rounds 12 and 13: Colts defeat Dalyellup Beach and Marist in T20 clashes

Striving for this season’s T20 premiership title, Colts claimed back-to-back wins in rounds 12 and 13. 

Facing off against Dallyellup Beach, the reigning premiers were predicted to take home another four points. 

Dalyellup opening batsman Mitchell Boyle hit 15 runs off 19 balls, before being stumped by Colts wicketkeeper Jaysen Miguel. 

Following the dismissal of Corey Fagan for 30, Daniel Lomax (15), Justin Woods (15), and Paul Jones (28 not out) starred with the bat. 

Going after Dalyellup’s 5/119 after 20 overs, Colts opener Jayden Goodwin impressed with 26 off 28. 

Following spells from Cruize Ciallella (49no off 43, including seven fours) and Blaze Rosinski (28no off 17), Colts reached Dalyellup’s total with one over to spare. 

The partnership of openers Fraser Thompson (43 off 33, three fours and two sixes) and Kris Miller (51 off 32, eight fours) helped Hay Park to a 27-run win over Leschenault. 

With support from Jarrad Quinn (22 off 16), the Redbacks reached 5/169 and gave Leschenault a huge mountain to climb. 

Despite a solid effort from Kurt D’Agostino (48 off 41), the Green Caps could only make 7/142. 

League leaders Eaton cruised to a comfortable win over Marist in round 12. 

Aided by opener Brayden Clarke (49 off 30), Marist fought to post a respectable 6/141. 

The Beavers were up to the task, reaching the Blues’ total with three balls to go. 

Colts made it two wins from two with a resounding victory over Marist in round 13. 

Thanks to the partnership of Jayden Goodwin (50 off 55) and Murray Goodwin (34 off 32), the side notched up 5/188. 

Following a lower order collapse, Marist posted 8/100. 

Leschenault earned four points with a nine-wicket win over Dalyellup Beach. 

After the Beach Boys were dismissed for 107, Leschenault openers D’Agostino (56 off 49) and Matt Fink (40 off 42) helped their side to reach Dalyellup’s total with four overs remaining. 

Eaton defeated Hay Park in an exciting clash on the Redbacks’ home turf. 

Unperturbed by Hay Park’s 7/103, the visitors – aided by opener Don Seaman (41 off 26) – reached the Redbacks’ total in 14.5 overs. 

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