Round 3 (Day 2) – 15 October 2022

Points table (as at Round 3)

A Grade Red (Cam) – =2nd (12 points)

A Grade Blue (Campbell) – =8th (7 points)

B1 Red (Birdcage) – =1st (12 points)

B1 Blue (Shomik) – = 5th (7 points)

B2 (Todd) – =1st (15 points)

C1 (Kapil) – 1st (15 points)

C2 Red (Indranil) – =2nd (6 points)

C2 Blue (Rob) – = 2nd (12 points)

C3 Red (Cameron) – = 6th (7 points)

C3 Blue (Tarun) – = 2nd (6 points)

C4 (Hiresh) – =6th (7 points)

D1 Red (Diggers) – =2nd (12 points)

D1 Blue (Arun) – = 5th (10 points)

D2 (Ross S) – 4th (12 points)


T20 Grand Finals – coming up

1st Grade (Sunday 16th October)

WPHC 4/142 defeated Berowra 138

Berowra won the toss and batted at a dry and fast Greenway Park. We kept getting wickets regularly with only a flurry of runs at the end pushing Berowra to a respectable but sub-par score. Best bowling for us was from Sean Clarence 3/18, Michael Richards 3/23 and Luke Herzog with 2/19. A couple of great catches by Ashane De Silva in the deep had a big impact on momentum.

Our turn to bat and we got away to a flyer. Ashane De Silva (35) and Jackson Preedy (11) gave us good early momentum. When Ashane was out in comes Sean Clarence who scored a rapid 44. Billy Gaunt (33*) and Josh Banner (8*) then finished the game with 1 over to go.

4th Grade

WPHC Blue (Rob) Vs Kissing Point @ Les Shore 1 – 2.00 pm; Sunday 30th October 2022

Match Reports – Round 3 (Day 2)

A1 Grade

WPHC Red (Cam) 9/175 defeated Hornsby 120

After weeks and weeks and weeks of rain affected tracks, we finally were able to take the field this week – the knitted blanket covers from Grandma Silver were not required and Parklands welcomed us to a lovely hard deck.

Before I go any further, I must stop. I must pause. For today, was the coronation of our new leader, our new A Grade captain, our 25th captain in illustrious 122 year history. King Cameron Krang Gy Wangi McBrien. He drove his ‘weekender’ car to the game, and got off to perfect start – winning the toss and choosing to bat. Prince William Gaunt was thrilled – he was heavily hung over from the night prior.

Krang’s regime was very different from past administrations. He ordered opening batsman pair Jackson Newly Single Preedy and Ashane Sunshine Coast D’Silva to carpool together to the ground, to build their interpersonal relationship. Ashane made sandwiches and smoothies for Preeds, Preeds gave Ashane nothing.

Now to the cricket we go, this glorious madness. The new dynamic duo of the team opened the batting, after Krang won his first toss and did the smart thing – chose to bat. Assman was immediately shocked to see a deep mid wicket for him from ball 1, clearly Hornsby had read the scouting report. He started well, but fell for 11.

Preedy, fresh on the single circuit, was a man possessed. Gandis commented, and rightly, that Preeds had made a career in A grade getting out in the 10s. Well not today Gassy Wassy. Preeds showed great stroke play and along with new batsman Michael Mao Gunn, the pair began to lay a strong platform.

Mao and Preeds got us to 1/60 off 17 at drinks. They hit the rooms expecting and vocally wanting a captains address, the skipper did not oblige. Nothing needed to be said. Because words are all I have… to take you heart away. Wisdom from the late great Barry Gibb. Completely lost at what to do next, they waddled back to the wicket.

They came out motoring after the drinks break, Mao especially leading to charge. Preeds worked his way to a career high score of 45, and decided the best approach was to bring up his first milestone with a 6. He was caught at mid on and assumed scoring responsibilities for the remainder of the innings. Mao got to 55, in virtually no time at all but couldn’t go on with it.

The rest of the batting was pretty uneventful. Billy was caught and bowled by a miracle catch. Tom Hando hit a lovely 6, was dropped 2 times and showed some exciting fire power in the middle order. Lichaaa got the punters home, lobbing to deep midwicket – Hornsby really did read the scouting report. Gas and Cam had late cameos. 170 off our allotted 35 overs – why was it 35 overs today?? No one could answer this question all afternoon.

170 to defend and 40 overs in which to do it. Captain Krang and Jack Hando opened the charge, bowing tightly which rewarded Krang with an early wicket. He was bowling from the Simon Moore Stand end. Gandis was reprimanded for clapping when the bowler was running in. Hornsby consolidated though to their credit – and the captain turned to his cartel.

Lichaa repaid the faith, snagging Fisher early in the spell. Gandis took the other end and combined, the two began to apply to clamps, knocking off wickets here and there. Hornsby tried hard to wrestle back control, but when Krang turned to L Mac, the vice was tightened just a little harder.

Whilst all this pressure was being maintained, mass debate raged over the social antics of Billy Gaunt, also newly single. The regular female audience of this column will be happy to know that Billy is firmly on the market. Actually I retract that, I should not have said firmly. He is on the market and ready for inspection. Simon Moore overheard about the wild partyboy, let’s just say the umpires WhatsApp would be a feeding frenzy for the HOTGOSS that was dished out on this front in the field today.

Anyways the rest of the day was a bit of a blur, we got the wickets – 3 to Gas, 3 to L Mac, 2 to Lichaaa, 1 to Krang and a run out. It was over long before we took the field to bowl, but nevertheless, a good way to start to season.

See you ALL today for the T20 Final against Berowra. I’m sure you share in my sentiments when I say, how the hell are we going to get Rayner out????

A2 Grade

WPHC Blue (Campbell) 106 defeated by ARL 171

We were never chance to play at The Glade with the weather this week so we were moved to Bannockburn oval (the first time since 1952 an A grade WPHCCCCCC team had played here).

Despite the pitch missing a patch of syntho in the middle, we finally had some sunshine and we could play cricket. We lost the toss (great start to Captaincy) and were bowling first. Roman Keating and KT started very well to limit ARL to 1-16 off the first 10 overs. From there Harry Hando and Sam Hando (an upgrade from their two brothers who played A2’s last year), as well as all the other bowlers toiled hard all day. However, some solid batting propelled ARL to a final score of 171. The pick of the bowlers was KT with 3 wickets and a shout out to Soham as a 15 year old on debut with a nice run out.

Needing about 5 an over we headed into bat positively. Jude (filling-in from B2’s) and Shaan, who top scored with 30 built a solid partnership and we headed into drinks at 2/51. We were still in with a chance, but the rising run rate required and constant fall of wickets trying to chase down their total left us all out for 106.

Quick note that ARL’s leg spinner has a good wrong-un as the Steve warned after Campbell was walking off having been bowled by it.

Although it wasn’t the result we wanted it was a solid start to the year for our first game together as a relatively new team still working out what combinations work best.

B1 Grade

WPHC Blue (Shomik) 139 lost to Sydney Lions 7/142

It was the first Saturday in a couple of weeks that the boys could don the whites and take to the field without a rain interruption. The general consensus amongst the brains trust that we should bowl first, and of course, we lost the toss and were sent into bat.

The Sydney Lions started strong and picked up two quick scalps to start the innings, and WPH were 2-10.

However, it was Harsh and Shomik to steady the ship for the next couple of overs. They set a reasonable pace at 2-25, collecting 11 runs each for their efforts. But what is weekend cricket without the trademark middle-order collapse? Pretty dull, I’d assume.

With Aman and Alec walking out to the pitch only to be sent back, Amanpreet was kindly presented with a hat-trick delivery. Undeterred by the 5-36 scoreboard, Amanpreet and Mohsin, in combination with outstanding shot choices, turned a very quiet grandstand into a standing ovation. Mammoth sixes and fours were the choices of both Amanpreet and Mohsin, as going over the field was a bit easier than going through.

A well-deserved 60 from Amanpreet, with a 60-run partnership, gave our bowlers a target. Mohsin would not stand idle and wrapped up his contribution with many quick singles to amass 32 runs.

Starting at 5-39 after 14 overs and turning into 10-139 after 35, WPH had a defendable total and momentum as they took to the field.

But the momentum quickly shifted as the Lions rocketed to 1-60 after ten overs. But the spin kings Alec (2-31) and Amit (3-29) would not sit idle. With a double in Alec’s first over, the life and spirit of each team member came alive. Every ball seemed to be a winner from Amit as dip and bounce had the Lions players quivering in their boots. Amit then took the key wicket of the opening batsman, who seemed to be unbreakable in his stroke play, and Shomik took a brilliant over-the-shoulder catch.

Grinding to a halt, a seemingly comfortable chase became a standstill; with the score now 7-107, it was game on. Special shout-out to Sagnik, who took multiple behind-the-stump catches and provided a safe set of hands during the middle overs.

To those who had envisaged a fairytale ending to this incredible comeback, you may be disappointed. Rusty fielding and a few dropped catches were what held us back.

Ending on 7-142, it was a talk of could-of and should-of.

But to see the grit and determination so early on in the face of adversity, I know this will be a feared team, and I am excited to see the development and improvement this year.

WPHC Red (Birdcage) 163 defeated Hornsby

The real winner today was cricket.

After a very very, very delayed start due to Hornsby’s lack of a Rossco in their Club, we finally got under way. BC and Dicko started our innings off strong with a quick flurry of boundaries. Shoutout to Blark for a very, very solid 44.

Also shoutout out to DJ Garrett’s hammy for allowing a beautiful partnership to begin. Also some great pinch hitting at the end from the tail.

We set an above par 163 and knew we had the bowling to defend it, also shoutout to Zac who rocked up an hour late and got one of the better ducks you’ll see. While everybody bowled well especially AVS we let chances slip from our grasp and made it harder than it needed to be. They should use Dinesh’s hands to make lube is all I’ll say on that matter.

Every bowler took a couple of wickets and Cam bowled very well at the death to take 2 wickets in 2 balls and win us the game. Nushy has also proven the doubters wrong and bowled exceptionally today.

Raymond Khamis kept us alive in the field and Bags continued his form by taking wickets with his worst 2 balls of the day.

We won and a certain member of the squad had one of the all-time great innings and made anyone with him in their fantasy team (Dicko) happy. In fact, thinking about it further, the 50 was probably the best of all time and that is the view of the man who scored it – Captain Birdcage.

B2 Grade

WPHC (Todd) 4/107 defeated Hornsby @ 105

After winning the toss we elected to bowl. Paul Vink (2-9) and Todd Hutchinson (2-17) bowled well, keeping Hornsby to 2/17 off 9 overs. Jack Hutchinson (2-11) and Pratts (2-19) continued to turn the screws. We bowled Hornsby out for 105 in the last over.

Dylan Bish and Sam Kirkegard gave us an amazingly fast start, and we were 0/29 after 5 overs, with Sam smashing 15 off one over before departing for 22.

Rick Turner and Dylan then put on a 42-run partnership before Rick (15) was dismissed off a well-hit drive that was well misfielded by the bowler who accidentally deflected the ball onto the stumps when Rick was out of his crease.

Dylan (46) guided us home with cameos from Alexander Vink (10) and Connor Hindmarsh (9*) with 10 overs to spare.

C1 Grade

WPHC (Kapil) 0/40 defeated Berowra 34


C1 put on a stunning performance today bowling Berowra out for a paltry 34 in 29 overs.

There was no respite from their 5-man pace attack who bamboozled the batsmen and shared the wickets. Fielders put on a show too with two direct hits leaving the opposition with nothing but misery on a beautiful sunny day at the Arcadia Oval.

Chasing 35 for victory, openers Anand and Rohit wrapped up the chase within 4 overs smashing three sixes and two fours.

Fair to say, it was a totally one-sided affair with the rest of the teams now fearing this new side in the C1 comp.”

C2 Grade

WPHC Blue (Rob) 4/135 defeated Beecroft 5/133

We woke up on Saturday morning and the sun was shining brightly, following a relatively dry week. Happy days…..we are actually playing some cricket!

Kamran still recovering from his broken hand and Reyhan recovering from an ankle sprain and Stevie not available, Akash once again stepped up and helped us out. Huge thanks Akash. Even though Kamran and Reyhan came couldn’t play due to injuries, it was great they came down and helped score and umpire.

We lost the toss and were asked to bowl. Outstanding early bowling kept the runs way down. Beecroft were starting to get frustrated as they were falling behind their desired run rate. And at the drinks break after 18 overs they were only 42 runs.

Some quick wickets after the break and continued tight bowling saw Beecroft end up on 5/133 after their 35 overs. Excellent bowling all round with good returns for Ben (1/24 off 6), Luke (0/4 off 5), Dan (1/24 off 7), Mudi (2/30 off 7) and Buzz (1/12 off 3). But the highlight was Buzz taking his 200th wicket for the Club.

So our turn to bat, with 134 to win.

Nice steady start but unfortunately we lost 2 wickets prior to the drinks break. But the runs were ticking over and we were 2/50. Continued steady batting and then a well calculated partnership of 80 between Dan and Luke, and we got home with 2 balls to spare.

Excellent half century to Dan (62) and nice innings from Luke (24no).

A nice grinding win for our first completed game of the season. Fingers crossed now that the rain stays away for round 4.

WPHC Red (Indranil) 7/171 defeated Castle Hill 4/170

It almost felt like new ways to learn cricket, as most forgot when last played this game we love so much. But a cracking weather, an electrifying outfield and players still not available on ground at start of play.

Same situation with opposition side and captains agreed to delay start of play by 15 mins but get the toss formalities done. Lost toss and was asked to field and with just 6 players available it didn’t look comfortable. As always, magically just before 1st ball is bowled we had 11 on field.

Lot of new faces and with 5 x U15 juniors playing it was first to know each other and then in between overs get to learn about skills so that the next bowler can be planned. Initial good tight bowling from Inam 1/30 and Gary 1/23 set the tone right through the day and Vipin Virmani teased the batsmen and bowled economically in his first spell.

Castle Hill was very patient in their innings and at drinks was 2/65.

Legendary Tarun 0/19 and Rizul Gulati, reminded us of Warnie and the junior showed his amazing skills, 1/19 which stunned the opposition. Some late charge got Castle Hill to a respectable total of 170 losing just 4 wickets.

WPH Red team started batting trying to mix juniors and seniors but some early loss of wickets meant at one time 2 x U15 juniors at crease.

But boy, did they not entertain all, a fine 78 runs 4th wicket partnership between Akith (44) and Rizul (38) and that too at a fast pace, showed matured temperament and how to use the ground conditions to advantage. After losing some few more wickets in the middle, Tarun 12, Haseeb 40* and Gary 6* chased down the total with 2 overs to spare, and captain Indranil still waiting to have a go.

Next round same ground and derby time !

Thanks to all support from many legends from C3 team and Amit to umpire through the batting innings, showed the great club spirit we possess.

C3 Grade

Sunday games 16th October 2022

WPHC Blue (Tarun) 7/192 defeated Castle Hill 188

We all arrived on sunny Sunday to take on Castle Hill at Fred Caterson. With HSC exams up and running, and regular skipper off on a romantic getaway, it was time to dust off couple of links to get the required 11.

Ron Marsden, the skipper’s first toss was won and elected to bat first. Runs on the board has been mentality of most skippers as we know. We lost early wicket in Lachlan. Munish waited 20 balls to get off the mark and proceeded to get next two balls over the fence. This was foundation for a 70 run partnership between Ron and Munish. Then Pete joined in the middle. With the two experienced at the crease, not much running was expected and possums in the trees were sitting nervous.

As coach of many of the boys in juniors, Ron broke every rule in the book for running between wickets and tried sliding his bat in the sandpit. This meant he had to suffer the indignity of being given run out before his son and try to extract the bat from his chest.

Will & Louis stay at the crease was short and sharp.

Rommel who responded to SOS for 11th player just about 40 minutes before start of the play, went on to make a swashbuckling 48 in quick time. Marsden cousins protected their averages by remaining not out close of the innings. A pretty good target set at 7/192.

Pat and Will pairing from last year’s U17 team opened bowling with pace.

First wicket fell at 31 with a nice catch from Louis at mid-on. As captain made his brother Mat bat at 11 in batting order, he better give him a bowl. Mat first change bowling immediately dried up runs resulting in a sharp caught &bowled followed by a run-out just before drinks. It was anybody’s game at that half way stage of or bowling innings.

Lachlan and Munish bowled after drinks. Munish’s first ball Will made an easy catch look difficult. Once we got rid of the main batsman who scored 84, shivers were sent through opposition dugout. With Pat/Will from one end and Munish from other end, wickets continued to tumble. A bit of old school comebacks came to life when a thick edge behind stumps was not given out.

In the end it went down to last over. Giant killer on the day Munish (4/20) took final wicket with catch behind stumps by Jack. Great team work and never say die attitude won us match today.

WPHC Red (Cameron) 134 lost to Berowra 9/166

First game of the main season at Warrina St oval at Berowra saw everyone uber keen to play some cricket. Chetan for some weird reason thought there was no game and was enjoying the weather from his lounge at about 12.30pm when the SOS went out. He got to the ground half an hour after start but never disclosed what good stuff he was on in the morning!

Berowra started off aggressively with some lusty shots taking on our rusty bowlers. Few missed chances and dropped catches, which was the highlight throughout the innings, saw Berowra clocking up fast. Brijesh was bowling tight length and got the first breakthrough. Vikash came in as a change and put the breaks on somewhat with a pretty decent line and length bowling. Berowra continued with an aggressive game plan and some quick wickets at the death saw them clawed back. Wickets went to Brijesh(3), Vikash(2), Happy and Amit 1 each.

A mishap in the field saw Cameron with a nasty injury having split the webbing in his right palm but refusing to head to the doctor for a stitchup. He wanted to come out to bat!

Batting started off with a diamond duck of Chetan running himself out to his own call, he still didn’t disclose what he was on! Cam came in at no 3 with his injury taped up with toilet paper and electrical tape! What a champ, the skipper leading from the front!! A slowish start, tight bowling from Berowra and losing wickets at regular intervals never saw us building up momentum. Encouraging performances from Aniket(20), Brent(29), a late cameo from Saurabh(30) supported by Amit(17) saw us finishing at a respectable total. Not the ideal outcome but positive takeaways with everyone getting a hit and coming together as a team.

Looking forward to the upcoming season and lots of prayers and pleading to the rain god!

C4 Grade

WPHC (Hiresh) 7/120 defeated by Beecroft 1/121

On the first home game of the season, WPHCCC was sent in to bat first on an unfamiliarly warm day. Another lost toss added to the captain’s shocking 0/4 record this season. Northolm was looking like a beautiful surface to play on, and a slightly slow outfield wouldn’t stop an enjoyable game after what felt like a month long break for all.

With an extremely chirpy Beecroft side high on energy, the challenge was set. A slow and shaky start to the innings came about after some rust from the batsmen was yet to be dusted off. WPHCCC looked slightly thin on runs at drinks but were doing alright for wickets at 1/58. Eventually, the innings would start to pick up and find its pace through the middle, with potentially a few runs left out on the pitch towards the end.

After some sketchy scoring, it was established that we had scored 120/7 off the full 35 overs, with top scorer Hiresh scoring 44 runs.

The second innings was perhaps one to move on from, with Beecroft comfortably managing to chase down the total in 27.1 overs, although it did seem they were put under pressure for several periods of the innings. Losing only 1 wicket, Beecroft successfully abused the questionably short boundary on one side. Within the disappointment there were some impressive individual performances with Sparsh’s bowling 0/8 off 6 and Bala’s bowling 0/2 off 3.

While a win would have been ideal, the boys can keep their heads up as signs look positive for the rest of the season.

D1 Grade

WPHC Blue (Arun) 148 lost to Beecroft 175

First match of this reason with no real rain concerns and the day looked as perfect as it could get. The team was pumped to take on the challenge against a Beecroft side who looked very young and energetic.

Beecroft won the toss and decided to have a bat with Praneel and Siby starting off with a fiery spell. However, the only real concern was the short squares in Karuah and the Beecroft openers started taking advantage of that.

The first bowling change saw Sahil come in and pick up one of the openers with Siby picking up another one in quick succession and we were back in the game. At drinks Beecroft were 3-87 and we knew we had to come back strong given they had a couple of young blokes stuck in the crease looking threatening.

In came Amith Ninan who almost ended up with a hat-trick bowling beautifully and finished with 3 wickets. Beecroft were bowled out for 175 and a positive was every main bowler from the squad who had a go ended up with a wicket.

Chasing 176 in Karuah though seemed daunting, we knew we had the firepower to get going. The Beecroft bowlers started of a fiery spell with bouncers going all over the place and Arun took on the challenge and went through a few smacks all around the park. Praneel on the other end was looking dangerous till he fell short of the crease while taking a cheeky single…..not a happy lad at the end of it! Anubhav and Arun then took on the challenge and were looking solid and saw us through to drinks at 2-83.

The game was very much in the balance at that point; however they fell for 36 & 38 respectively not too long after. The middle order tried to save the situation; however this remains a focus area which needs to be worked on. Sandeep came in towards the end and played extremely well for his 25 not out, however we ended up falling 27 short.

All up a good game to get the season going properly and hopefully no more rain affected games. Onto the next one which will be the first sheep station cup for the main season.

WPHC Red (Diggers) 4/150 defeated Castle Hill 148

It was so good to get some fine, dry weather during the week, culminating in a beautiful sunny day today at Caddies Creek Reserve.

Castle Hill won the toss and elected to bat first. Parin and Connor opened the bowling and both made early breakthroughs with some tight bowling and Marcus chipped in with some good overs without success. At drinks, they were 3/55. Connor bowled his 7 straight and took 2/15.

After drinks, Castle Hill tried to force the pace and some slightly wayward bowling and a couple of dropped catches had us a little worried. Enter Gus Greenhalgh, who hasn’t played for quite a few years. After a few full-bungers to get rid of the cobwebs, he found his rhythm and finished with 3/27 off 5.

Disco and Zac picked up one each and we ended up bowling CH out for 148 in the final over.

Ross turned back the clock opening the batting with Connor, playing some lovely shots. Connor used his power game before being caught for 27. A nice opening stand of 53.

Unfortunately Ross was run out for 19 soon after (2/58).

Grant then came to the crease and took control, reeling off a few boundaries before Diggers was out cheaply but the score had moved to 3/79. Rommel than came in and hit a couple of boundaries before being out on 12 to a freakish catch.

So at 4/97, we had 52 to get off around 13 overs left.

Marcus then came in and he and Grant went about ticking off the runs. We passed the total with 5 overs to spare with Marcus unbeaten on 18. Grant’s innings was superb and he was unlucky not to get to 50, finishing at 49 not out.

A really good win but we know we’ve got plenty of things to work on. Looking forward to the Sheep Stations Cup at Dural Park next round.

D2 Grade

WPHC (Ross S) 7/123 defeated Beecroft 6/121

First game of the season for us against a strong Beecroft outfit who have won both of their first 2 games easily, only losing 3 wickets along the way.

Green-up Park had been recently mown, but still looked slow. Beecroft called incorrectly and we decided to have a bowl.

Our first 4 bowlers, Ram, Sach, Gihan and Mridal started strongly, with 5 maidens in the first 12 overs. Some lucky edges and couple of dropped catches did not help…but the breakthrough came when Mridal cleaned up the stumps. Beecroft 1-29 after 12. Just prior to drinks, Roger claimed his first wicket, a great catch at mid off by Muthindra ….at the first break Beecroft 2-43.

After the break the batsman were more intent to score

Roger then chipped in with a second wicket, good catch by Ram – Beecroft 3/72….with 10 overs left…quick wickets to Ram and Mridal (including a juggling catch at fly slip by Gihan), Beecroft 6/85 with 5 overs left, and a hope to restrict them to under 100  however some big hitting from one of their batsmen, saw a final total of 6/121.

A little more than we had hoped, but the pleasing thing was that all 8 of our bowlers did a great job and our ground fielding was really good, with Henry , Ray (keeping for 18:overs) and Jake standouts with Simon keeping us continually motivated…wickets to Mridal 3-25(7), Roger 2-19(4), Ram 1-20(7)……

Chasing 122 to win, Jake (11) and Mridal (19) started well against some very good bowling….we lost our first wicket at 18. Whilst all of our top order showed application, unfortunately with good bowling we lost a procession of wickets…being 5-46 after 15….Ram and Sach then took an aggressive approach taking us to Drinks at 5/56……

After the break Ram took control hitting a number of 4’s and sixes

Unfortunately with the score at 5-79, one of his sixes hit an old lady who was walking around the ground in the head. Play was suspended immediately as the health of the lady was assessed, and we waited for an ambulance….after 40 minutes the lady was relocated to a position further away from play and we resumed needing a further 43 runs….

On resumption we lost a couple of quick wickets..7-94 with 12 overs left and 28 needed.

Ram and Ross at the crease. Some lusty hitting from Ram and some quick running between wickets, we scored the remaining runs off 4 overs passing the Beecroft score with 8 overs to spare. Ross 8no and Ram with a match winning 42 no including 4*4 and 4*6…..

A really good team effort.