THERE were plenty of positives for Midland Guildford Cricket Club during their matches over the weekend.
The male 1st grade side continued their dominant start with a six-wicket win over Claremont-Nedlands, led by Tom Beaton’s unbeaten 76 runs from 85 balls.
The male 2nd grade struggled once again, despite an innings of 61 from 99 by James Kirwan.
The male 3rd grade team tied in their match as captain Tom Southon scored 76 not out from 93, while the male 4th grade won by four wickets thanks to an innings of 68 not out from 51 by Ethan Ozanne.
The female A grade side suffered their first defeat of the season against Subiaco-Floreat, while the female B grade side suffered a narrow two run loss against Melville.
The female U17 played against Rockingham Mandurah and Makayla Hendry starred with an unbeaten score of 146 runs from 72 balls, hitting 19 fours and 5 sixes, setting the record for the highest T20 score for the club in any grade.
She also had figures of 3-7 in an outstanding all-round individual display.
The female U14 played their first match ever and secured a 31-run victory over South Perth.