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Post by Lee on Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:32 am

Everything except first class here.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:14 pm

A1 ATCA: Payneham move into 2nd spot on the ladder after a crushing win over previously undefeated Brighton, at Brighton.
Payneham 238, Brighton 118.

SACA: Sturt create some distance between 4th & 5th with an away win over 5th placed Prospect.
Sturt 250, Prospect 195.
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Post by Lee on Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:17 pm

Did you play, AH?

Who for, if so?
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:25 pm

I played Shell Shield for East Torrens, missed 4 years of cricket while I concentrated on basketball, started again with Payneham, and then moved to Sturt as scorer and practice captain. Way too old to play these days but still have an interest in Payneham and Sturt. I have little interest these days in the Redbacks because they deserve to be where they are. How about you?
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Post by Lee on Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:33 pm

I played for Fulham in the A&SCA after leaving school, then for them in Adelaide Turf for many, many years. I also coached them on and off for about 10 years with some success and coached Pulteney OS to a premiership in 96/97, before returning to Fulham.

Just enjoy watching now, but footy duties have taken over.

You'd enjoy your role at Sturt, sounds a great way to continue to enjoy the game.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:35 pm

I'm no longer involved in an official capacity, I just watch these days.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Mon Feb 27, 2012 3:05 pm

Another good solid win to the Blues this week. Adelaide making 294 the week before and Sturt 1 down overnight with Cam Borgas unavailable.

Sturt ended with 8/308, Jason Borgas 33, Tom Moffat 69, keeper-batsman Brad Davis 47, all-rounder Dylan Thomson 42, and a match winning 30 from paceman Tim Cece.

With Port Adelaide defeating Prospect, it has pretty much sewn up the top 4 for the finals with West Torrens, Kensington, Woodville and Sturt too far ahead of the others. There really are too many teams in the A grade competition, but that's another argument.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sat Mar 03, 2012 8:04 am

Interesting final round for ATCA A1 Grade with final four spots up for grabs.
Top team Brighton play 3rd placed PAOC at home.
4th placed Grange meet 2nd team Woodville Rechabites at Grange.
Payneham (5th) meet AHOS at home.
Pulteney OS (6th) play Pembroke OS at Morgan Oval.
Goodwood (7th) meet bottom team Woodville South away.

Brighton, Woodville Rechabites and PAOC appear safe to compete in finals, whilst Grange has the tough job of defeating a rampaging Woodville Rechabites to retain their position.

You would think Payneham, Pulteney OS and Goodwood would be favourites to win their matches, so if Grange topple, any one of those teams could secure a finals spot.

Should be an absorbing couple of weeks ahead.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sat Mar 24, 2012 7:28 pm

Grade Cricket Semi Finals

Woodville 8/197 v Sturt @ Woodville Oval
Woodville have 10 more overs to face tomorrow due to late start.

Kensington v West Torrens @ Parkinson Oval
1st day washed out, 50 over match tomorrow.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sun Mar 25, 2012 6:02 pm

Next week's grade final: Woodville v West Torrens (Adelaide Oval)
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:07 pm

Amazing cricket final at Adelaide today.

Woodville were dismissed for 164, top scorer Chadd Sayers with 31. George took 4/32, Kelly 3/60, Stanborough 2/27.

Then by stumps, West Torrens has crumbled to be 5/58, Skewes and Bradley wickets each. Stray began the collapse by taking as screamer of a catch in the slips.

Play starts tomorrow at 10.30am. Game should be close to being completed by lunch.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sun Apr 01, 2012 2:27 pm

West Torrens all out for 77, Skewes took 6/17 from 6.2 0vers. At lunch Woodville were 1/48, a lead of 135 with 9 wickets in hand. Looks as though Woodville will be 2011-12 premiers.

I'm glad the season is over, I've had a gutful of pathetic batting performances for one season.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:32 pm

Good start for Payneham in ATCA with a win over Grange.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sat Oct 27, 2012 10:04 am

Some Grade Cricket Grand Final scores: 1960-61 to 1969-70 (my favourite period of cricket since I grew up in that era). Other Scores later.

1960-61 Premier: Prospect
Kensington 238 - N.Dansie 63 T.Watt 4/69 M.Thickett 3/67
Prospect 258 - J.Ducker 77 J.Horley 72 D.Strudwick 66 R.Sellers 5/69 G.Brooks 3/34

1961-62 Premier: West Torrens
Prospect 200 - G.Farrell 71 J.Carr 3/40
West Torrens 241 - H.Wood 100* R.Blundell 38 M.Thickett 3/61

1962-63 Premier: Prospect
Prospect 374 - J.Horley 117 D.Strudwick 82 G.Clarke 66 K.McCarthy 6/93
Glenelg 318 - W.Burton 81 G.Clarke 5/93 G.Sobers 4/127

1963-64 Premier: Prospect
Prospect 477 - G.Sobers 175 J.Ducker 66 A.Hitchcox 3/76
Prospect 2nd Inns - 6/124
West Torrens 164 - A.Smith 62 G.Sobers 4/73

1964-65 Premier: Kensington
Woodville 234 - D.Sharpe 77 R.Hendry 50 B.Hurn 5/40
Woodville 2nd Inns 0/82 - R.Hendry 50* R.Simunsen 32*
Kensington 374 - N.Dansie 126 R.Lloyd 110 D.Parkinson 45

1965-66 Premier: Woodville
Glenelg 287 - L.Marks 133 G.Chappell 54 C.Harrison 5/94 T.Warren 3/72
Woodville 310 - R.Simunsen 97 J.Causby 71 B.Jarman 46 M.Clingly 41 K.McCarthy 3/70

1966-67 Premier: Prospect
Prospect 137 - R.Gilbourne 32 K.McCarthy 5/41 B.Illman 3/33
Prospect 2nd Inns 7/277 - R.Gilbourne 83 J.Ducker 58 R.Blewett 57 K.McCarthy 3/53
Glenelg 106 - M.Sargent 45 G.Clarke 5/46 R.O'Shannassy 5/26

1967-68 Premier: Port Adelaide
Port Adelaide 96 - J.Bennetts 30 G.Clarke 4/40
Port Adelaide 2nd Inns 181 - N.Hawke 49* G.Clarke 4/40
Prospect 53 - N.Hawke 5/22 E.Freeman 5/29
Prospect 2nd Inns 4/42

1968-69 Premier: Prospect
Prospect 530 R.Gilbourne 226 G.Farrell 109
West Torrens 103 - I.Edgely 58 G.Clarke 6/50 J.Hammond 3/23
West Torrens 2nd Inns 94 - B.Isaac 35 T.Jenner 6/15

1969-70 Premier: Prospect
Prospect 315 - R.Blewett 55 R.Gilbourne 51 G.Farrell 46 B.Robran 43 D.Lambert 4/56 R.Stratfold 3/72
Prospect 2nd Inns 3/75 - K.Jones 52
East Torrens 290 - L.Favell 117 A.Shiell 43 P.Herbert 38 G.Clarke 5/105 J.Hammond 4/80



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Post by Lee on Sat Oct 27, 2012 11:08 am

1967/68 Shocked

You've bowled the opposition for 96.

You'd be feeling pretty good.

The openers go out to bat.

The bowlers are Freeman and Hawke Shocked



You lose by 43 runs!!!
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sat Oct 27, 2012 11:51 am

The remarkable story of that GF was Port Adelaide were 7/31, then 8/47, things looking grim until No.9 Warnken and No.10 Bennetts got them to 96. Then enter the Freeman/Hawke show. Not many grade attacks in history would have had two Test opening bowlers.

After making 53, pretty much the same Prospect team made 10 times that amount, 530, the following season.
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Post by Scrappy on Wed Nov 28, 2012 12:21 pm

The week before that Port v Prospect Final
This is an account from an observer of the time
The totals or exactness might be wrong, but here goes

Woodville v Port Adelaide
Woodville made about 113
In reply Port was 9/84 or thereabouts
During this Port innings Neil Hawke got what he thought was a poor decision against him , he got back to the dressing room , and did a Danny Christian act !
The coaches son was in the rooms , Neils bat went very close to hitting the young boy !
At 9/84 the thought of making , or winning a Grand Final would be distant

Mclauglin and Lethbridge [spelling of both players ???] where the last 2 batters
These 2 got Port over the line
The 2nd last ball of day 1 was swept for 4 by one of these Port batters , against Mick Clingly
On day 2 , the innings ended in the first over

Port got up by 1 wicket, and won the Grand Final the week after

Hopefully this post is accurate enough
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sat Dec 15, 2012 2:38 pm

You may be right about the 1st Innings, but in reality, Port Adelaide defeated Woodville outright by 7 wickets.

After Woodville made 113 (Hawke 6/27), Port Adelaide were dismissed for 114. In the 2nd innings, Woodville were ripped out for 63 (Hawke 5/26, Freeman 5/30), and Port Adelaide won the game with 3/64.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sat Dec 15, 2012 3:17 pm

1970-71 Premier: Prospect
Prospect 343 - R.Gilbourne 93 G.Farrell 54 B.Robran 48 A.Sincock 3/55
Prospect 2nd Inns 1/75 - G.Clarke 55*
Teachers Colleges 155 - D.Sutherland 52 J.Halbert 33 J.Hammond 6/49

1971-72 Premier: Kensington
Kensington 272 - A.Gilgen 58 D.Oaten 53 A.Woodcock 32 J.Hammond 6/111
Prospect 208 - R.Gilbourne 64 I.Glover 4/28 R.Sellers 4/30

1972-73 Premier: Kensington
Kensington 123 - D.Oaten 35 G.Clarke 5/31 R.O'Shannassy 3/21
Kensington 2nd Inns 3/116 - J.Hill 37* B.Robran 1 stumping
Prospect 83 - Younis Ahmed 20 I.Glover 6/33 B.Hurn 3/31

1973-74 Premier: Glenelg
Adelaide 169 - B.Causby 47 K.Cunningham 34 R.Drewer 33 R.Parker 6/12 inc hat trick, P.Gallagher 4 catches
Glenelg 6/185 - I.Hunter 50 W.Burton 43 K.Cunningham 3/25
** Russell Parker achieved the hat trick by capturing Adelaide's Don Sutherland, Graham Sweeney and Mike Hendricks in successive deliveries

1974-75 Premier: Adelaide
East Torrens 52 - J.Nash 13 S.Wilson 8/32 G.Attenborough 2/7
Adelaide 0/85 - R.Drewer 44* M.Nordstrom 38*

1975-76 Premier: East Torrens
East Torrens 9/260 - J.Hammond 103 P.Verco 55 R.Donasldson 3/34
Student Teachers 118 - J.Donaldson 31 M.Eaton 29 D.Lambert 6/29
Student Teachers 2nd Inns - 2/96 J.Donaldson 59* B.Farquhar 32*

1976-77 Premier: Salisbury
Salisbury 148 - R.Zadow 43 R.Darling 31 B.Causby 30 A.Stockley 5/43 P.Brinsley 4/30
Salisbury 2nd Inns 5/149 - B.Causby 94 J.Kemp 3/50
Kensington 87 - W.Prior 5/30 T.Pearson 3/43

1977-78 Premier: Woodville
West Torrens 177 - I.Ravenscroft 48 R.Kerr 31 R.Hogg 6/50
West Torrens 2nd Inns 77 - R.Hogg 4/36 M.Harrison 3/22 J.Nason 3/3
Woodville 191 - P.Williams 62 J.Causby 58 D.Smith 4/45 K.Lewis 4/70
Woodville 2nd Inns 4/64 J.Benton 35 K.Lewis 3/25

1978-79 Premier: Sturt
Sturt 195 G.Attenborough 42 K.Cunningham 39 R.Phillips 25 R.Fraser 21 J.Hammond 5/34
Kensington 122 - A.Woodcock 53* P.Sleep 23 G.Attenborough 4/36 M.Dolman 3/51
** Ashley Woodcock carried bat

1979-80 Premier: Kensington
Woodville 256 - J.Benton 83 G.Longbottom 59 M.Clingly 27 D.Kelly 22 P.Sleep 3/61 J.Inverarity 3/63
Kensington 4/260 - D.Rolfe 131* J.Inverarity 53 A.Woodcock 24
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Post by Booney on Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:43 am

AH, a district final played at AO with I think Torrens ( Inc. Hookes, Nobes, Neilsen ) chasing down near 400, you have anything on that?

Mid 80's.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:54 pm

You would be thinking of 1987-88.

West Torrens batted their 100 overs and declared at 5/392. Paul Nobes made 215, David Hookes 87 not out, and David Cassidy 54. Noel Fielke took 3/29.

That would be enough under normal circumstances but Salisbury were no ordinary team. They had a great batting line up and a propensity for winning finals.

Glenn Bishop made 93, Peter Sleep 66, Harvey Jolly 77, and a 16 year old Darren Lehman walked in at number 6 and struck a matching winning 78 not out, the winning runs in the final over.

I didn't know who Lehmann was at the time ... I learnt quickly Smile
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Mon Jan 21, 2013 6:28 pm

1980-81 Premier: Salisbury
Salisbury 346 - G.Bishop 69 W.Darling 46 Sleep 36 Davey 34 Bradbrook 31 Zadow 30 J.Benton 6/80 R.Hogg 3/87
Woodville 280 - G.Goodman 133 M.Clingly 48 W.Prior 4/77

1981-82 Premier: Salisbury
West Torrens 235 - W.Darling 82 B.Curtin 60 J.Crowe 41 W.Prior 4/96 C.Strudwick 3/60
Salisbury 7/240 - G.Bishop 63 W.Bradbrook 59 R.Zadow 47 H.Jolly 37* K.Lewis 3/45

1982-83 Premier: Kensington
Salisbury 129 - P.Sleep 83* T.May 5/29 S.Parkinson 4/37
Kensington 8/199 - J.Inverarity 116* W.Prior 5/69

1983-84 Premier: Salisbury
Salisbury 189 - G.Secombe 33 H.Jolly 30 R.Massey 6/65
Sturt 158 - D.Scott 45 A.Watson 32 P.Sleep 8/70

1984-85 Premier: East Torrens
East Torrens 8/315 - R.Zadow 96 A.Favell 63 N.Plummer 47 G.Quinn 34* P.Muggleton 3/91
Sturt 291 - W.Phillips 116 R.Phillips 56 R.Vincent 30 P.Tregloan 3/44 R.Blewett 3/91

1985-86 Premier: Kensington
Glenelg 153 - S.Wundke 82 T.May 8/53
Kensington 1/189 - D.Rolfe 117* C.Pethick 61*

1986-87 Premier: Salisbury
Salisbury 9/274 - H.Jolly 125* N.Fielke 70 I.Carmichael 4/79 D.Scott 3/65
Sturt 272 - W.Phillips 93 M.Curry 72 S.Saunders 30 G.Secombe 5/73

1987-88 Premier: Salisbury
West Torrens 5/392 - P.Nobes 215 D.Hookes 87* D.Cassidy 54 N.Fielke 3/29
Salisbury 8/395 - G.Bishop 93 D.Lehmann 78* H.Jolly 77 P.Sleep 66 A.Sincock 3/62

1988-89 Premier: Salisbury
Adelaide 194 - A.McIntyre 85 S.Gentle 52 W.Smith 37 P.Sleep 4/34 A.Heidrich 3/41 C.Strudwick 3/66
Salisbury 2/195 - G.Bishop 94 N.Fielke 39 W.Bradbrook 36*

1989-90 Premier: Sturt
West Torrens 262 - D.Cassidy 53 T.Nielsen 44 C.Miller 5/65 D.Scott 3/67
Sturt 7/265 - J.Orchard 94 D.Scott 47 A.Meinel 30
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Post by Booney on Tue Jan 22, 2013 8:14 am

Adelaide Hawk wrote:You would be thinking of 1987-88.

West Torrens batted their 100 overs and declared at 5/392. Paul Nobes made 215, David Hookes 87 not out, and David Cassidy 54. Noel Fielke took 3/29.

That would be enough under normal circumstances but Salisbury were no ordinary team. They had a great batting line up and a propensity for winning finals.

Glenn Bishop made 93, Peter Sleep 66, Harvey Jolly 77, and a 16 year old Darren Lehman walked in at number 6 and struck a matching winning 78 not out, the winning runs in the final over.

I didn't know who Lehmann was at the time ... I learnt quickly Smile

You were involved with Torrens, were you?
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Tue Jan 22, 2013 5:36 pm

Booney wrote:You were involved with Torrens, were you?

No, Sturt.
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Post by Adelaide Hawk on Sun Mar 24, 2013 9:00 pm

In a season where batsmen simply refused to apply themselves, we saw Glenelg win the A grade premiership by defeating East Torrens by 126 runs.

Glenelg batted first and were 6/23, then 7/74 before the tailenders walked in and saved the day to amount 238. East Torrens batsmen were also superb, all out for a paltry 112, good effort boys.

This has been an ongoing trend all summer with batsmen walking in and out and relying on tailenders to score the runs. Hey, batsies, how about getting involved in the game once in a while?

Haven't heard the final result of the ATCA final, but same thing. PAOC all out for 81, Grange only need 82 to win the flag, they were also dismissed for 81.

Maybe this is a trend in cricket. Forget specialist batsmen, they're bludging. They don't bowl and stand in slip all day picking their noses. Select a team full of tailenders and make some REAL scores Smile
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