By Sam Watson

• C Grade, Division 1

A RAPID century from Wonthaggi Club opener Kevin McLean was the first of many dominant moments in their big win over MDU on Saturday.

McLean and fellow opener, and captain, Liam Sawyer opened the batting and put on a 150-run opening stand.

It ended when McLean was bowled after making 111 off just 57 balls, hitting 15 fours and five sixes at McMahon’s Reserve.

Sawyer went on to make 72 and with some other decent scores, Wonthaggi finished at a massive 9/267 after 35 overs.

But their dominance didn’t stop there.

Matt Sharp took the first three wickets and MDU were 3/2 in the blink of an eye.

Dale Thomas 24 fought back briefly but his side was overwhelmed by Club’s attack, and they were bowled out for 43 in the 19th over, finishing 224 runs behind.

Invy sneak past Cougars in close one

INVERLOCH has passed Koonwarra L/RSL in the final over, thanks to big scores from captain Warren Stewart and David Harris.

Alex Stanley 25, Cameron Harwood 46, Jordan Pickersgill 20, and Paris Buckley 39* all made good scores for Koonwarra, and they finished at 4/161 after 35 overs.

Harris and Stewart opened the batting for Inverloch, and they got the score for 102 before Harris fell for 46.

But Stewart kept going and he was joined by Riley Harris 28* and they led the Stingrays to a nine-wicket win with five balls to spare.

Stewart finished unbeaten on 65, moving Inverloch into third on the C1 ladder.

OMK no match for Nerrena

NERRENA has enjoyed a strong win over OMK, defeating the Diggers by eight wickets at Nerrena Recreation Reserve.

Captain Patrick Beadel was in good touch early for the Diggers, but he didn’t get much back up from his teammates.

He eventually got to 50 but none of his partners could score over 10 and he remained not out on 51 when they were all out for 104.

OMK took an early wicket and one later in the innings but the knocks of Tadgh Gannon 45 and Cameron Baudinette 35* saw Nerrena pass OMK two wickets down in the 21st over.

• C Grade, Division 2

Town too good for Koony Blue

LEONGATHA Town had a comfortable victory on Saturday, taking down Koonwarra L/RSL Blue by nine wickets.

Captain and opener Jessica Bohn made 25 for Koonwarra Blue and Jason Browne also made 42 through the middle but not much else was on offer and they were all out for 91.

Town lost an early wicket, but they were back on track straight away, and with good scores from Tim Cashin 39 and Michael Warren 44 they passed the Cougars’ total in the 15th over.

KB blow by Glen Alvie

KILCUNDA Bass has defeated Glen Alvie very comfortably at the Dalyston Recreation Reserve.

Max Connell 34 opened the batting for Glen Alvie, and he was able to put some runs on the board, but the rest of his team struggled, and they finished their 35 overs at 7/92.

When Kilcunda Bass got their turn to bat, they were prepared to put any doubt out of question and Gavin Koch 35* and Praneeth Panduka 52* had a strong second wicket partnership.

They passed the total in the 18th over, securing the win by nine wickets.

PI Blue overcome shaky start against Cobras

PHILLIP Island Blue has fought back for a win against Korumburra after they experienced a shaky start at Rhyll.

After falling to 2/0 Carl Muscat 36, Peter Francis 25 and David Braken 35 brought them back into a strong position but it was the unbeaten knock of Jon Parry 63 that got them into a formidable position at 8/195 after 35 overs.

Now chasing a big total, Korumburra didn’t get the start they were after, and they never recovered.

Charlie Carew 29* tried to fight back but in the end, they fell 116 runs short at 8/79.

Jai Kleverkamp finished with the best figures of the day, taking 3/8 off seven overs.

PI Yellow’s huge total proves too much for Koony Gold

A MASSIVE first innings total from Phillip Island Yellow put them into an unbeatable position against Koonwarra L/RSL Gold on Saturday.

Todd Kenter opened the batting for the Sharks and his 69 had them flying early.

Then two more strong totals from Brady Ross 55* and Kevin Taylor 56* got them to 2/204 after 35 overs.

Justin Cook 51 was in good form opening the batting for Koony Gold but his top order teammates failed and only Glenn Matthies 27* could offer any resistance.

Phillip Island Yellow’s bowlers took control and Koony Gold finished at 4/112, 92 runs behind.