Hilton Cartwright Dominates Futures league With 5-68, 74 & 2-10
Date of Event : Thu Nov 1, 2012 9:23AM

Hilton Cartwright, after hitting a match winning century on Saturday to help guide South Perth to a stunning victory, followed up with 20 overs 6 maiden 5-68 to be the pick of the WA bowlers in the Futures League match being played at Richardson Park. QLD was bowled out for 350 off 109.1 overs.
He followed up with a 74 out of WA's total of 10/192. In Qld 2nd innings, he came on 1st change and QLD are 1/5 with Hilts figures 3 overs 2 maidens 1/2

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Exciting Futures League Finish In Store
31 October 2012  
An exciting finish is in store at Richardson Park after the WA bowlers hit back on day three of the Toyota Futures League match.
The QAS were dismissed in their second innings for 137, leaving WA with the task of scoring 296 to claim victory.
Australian Under 19 World Cup paceman Mark Steketee picked up the scalps of WA skipper Luke Towers for six and Tom Beaton for no score to reduce the hosts to 2-22.
Steketee's WC Captain Will Bosisto steadied the ship, going to stumps unbeaten on 36. Travis Birt is not out on 14, with WA 2-63 and requiring a further 233 runs to claim the points.
Earlier the QAS began day three on 1-5, an overall lead of 163. Ryan Duffield struck early to remove first innings centurion Dom Michael for two.
Former Warriors batsman Luke Pomersbach raced to 27 before teenage Scarborough paceman Andrew Rule stepped up to dismiss Corey Barsby (nine), Pomersbach and Nick Stevens (six).
The QAS fell to 6-74 when Duffield snared the prize wicket of Chris Lynn for 15. Jason Floros proved a stumbling block as he notched up a half-century. The former Australian Under 19 all-rounder finished not out on 53.
Duffield claimed 4-33 from 18 overs, Rule picked up 3-20 from eight overs, while Hilton Cartwright took 2-10 to go alongside his five first innings scalps.
Play will commence at 10.30am on the fourth and final day tomorrow so get down to South Perth to catch some of the action.

The above comentary is from the WACA Website 


Last updated: Thursday November 1, 2012 12:25PM
Author: Mark Korol