MGCC girls get into T20 grand final

The Sunday Midland Guildford female A grade's will face South Perth at the WACA in the grand final.
December 14, 2023
Joshua Mckenzie

THE conclusion of the T20 regular season for the senior female sides confirmed that the female A grade will face South Perth in the grand final at the WACA Ground at 6pm on Sunday December 17.

The female B grade will face Melville in a semi final at Richardson Park starting at 12pm, with the winner to play in the grand final at 3:30pm at the same venue.

It comes as both the female A grade and female B grade had comfortable victories in their final regular season T20 fixtures.

The female A grade defeated Wanneroo by eight wickets at home with Naomi Dattani finishing 47 not out from 38 balls in the chase.

The female B grade faced Perth at home and finished comfortable 35 run winners after posting 6-104 and dismissing their opposition for 69.

Holly Catania was the standout bowler in the innings, taking 4 wickets for just 10 runs off 3.5 overs.

The female U17 faced South Perth at Richardson Park and also secured a 35-run victory in their final T20 match of the season.

They dismissed their opponents for just 63 runs in a complete team bowling performance.

The male 1st grade produced a complete team performance which culminated in a 169-run victory over Joondalup at Iluka Sports Complex.

The side dismissed their opposition for a total of 164 with Brayden Brehaut the leading man of the attack taking 5 wickets for 42 runs from 16.4 overs.

Dylan Sharman (62 runs from 91 balls) and Austin Thomas (56 from 96) were the main standouts with the bat, helping set a total of 333 for the home to chase.

The male U17 fell 10 runs short in their T20 match against Joondalup at Iluka after being set a target of 120 for victory.

The male U15 finished their T20 match against Joondalup with the scores tied at 100 – a super over was required to separate the sides and ultimately gave victory to Midland Guildford at home.

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