In A1, Kilcunda-Bass’ Cam Davidson bowled six overs at the weekend against Inverloch. mm431018_a1

• A Grade Division 1

WONTHAGGI Club have put their best foot forward in race for top spot on the A Grade Division 1 ladder, posting a big first innings total of 374 against Leongatha Town.
Opening batsman Sam Huitema was the star of the show hitting 161 runs that included 18 fours and 5 sixes, his maiden A Grade century.
Huitema teamed up with Mitch Thomas for a 151-run opening stand before Thomas was dismissed by Sam Clark for 65.
Ryan Thomas also chimed in with a quick fire 84 in the middle order to really help boost the Club total.
Jack Hume 3/71 and Madura Madusanka 3/97 were the pick of the Scorpion bowlers.
A century to Adam Miller has helped OMK post a strong first innings total of 6/303 against Glen Alvie.
Miller finished not out on 121 with wicket keeper Alex Rose 66 and Jason Wilson 42 all contributing to the score.
A credit to the depth of the Diggers’ batting line up, with prolific run scorers Tom Wyatt and captain Daniel Mock both not getting big scores, Miller and co were there to step up.
Jamie Glen was the only multiple wicket taker for the Alvie claiming 2/90 off 25 overs.
Inverloch are making a charge for an outright victory over Kilcunda-Bass, declaring at 7/198 and leaving the Sharks 3/42 at stumps.
Brett Debono 91 and Will Rankin 48 were the major run scorers for the aggressive Stingrays.
Ryley Duff claimed three wickets for Bass, finishing with figures of 3/21 off seven overs.
Declaring in the 56th over, Inverloch got off to a brilliant start with Tom McQualter claiming two quick wickets including the prized scalp of Sharks captain Andrew Donohue for just 9 runs.
Elijah Cousins also chipped in with one wicket, leaving Bass 3/42 with Ashley Larcombe 20 and James Mahood 1 the not out bats.
Korumburra has restricted Phillip Island to 197 in their clash at the Cowes football ground.
Six of the Island batsmen all made starts but unfortunately no one could go on and get a big score.
Lachie Cleeland 35 and Jack Keating 31 were the top scorers for Island and for the Cobras it was Shane Dole 3/69 and Ilan Osman 2/18 who did the damage with the ball.