Great Boulder setting the pace in B-grade cricket standings

Neale HarveyKalgoorlie Miner
Great Boulder’s Scott Edwards.
Camera IconGreat Boulder’s Scott Edwards. Credit: Carwyn Monck/Kalgoorlie Miner

Great Boulder are three games clear in the Eastern Goldfields Cricket Association’s B-grade standings after Owen Povah top-scored in the team’s seven-wicket victory last Saturday against Lake View.

Batting at No.3, Povah compiled an unbeaten 61 off 62 balls — underpinned by nine fours and a six.

Openers Scott Edwards (41 off 42 balls; eight fours) and Brock Reilly (29 off 37 balls; six fours) also were in good touch as the Two Blues cruised to 3-151 in 27.4 overs.

Lake View were earlier restricted to 150 in 33 overs on the back of impressive spells by Ashley Williams and Reilly, each with three wickets.

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Great Boulder remain unbeaten after seven rounds.

Also last weekend, North Kalgoorlie needed just 21.5 overs to chase down Hannans’ 147.

Norths cruised to 6-149 on captain Glenn Gascoyne’s 31 off 21 balls, underpinned by four boundaries and a six, and Leium Bernhardt scored 22 off 12 deliveries.

James Hood led Hannans’ attack with 3-34.

Earlier, Brandon Williams (48) and captain Brandon Burns (28) anchored Hannans’ 147, but the last four wickets tumbled for 15 runs as Tim Rule grabbed 4-28.

Sam Wood emerged with 3-9 for Norths who are second with four wins.


Great Boulder 28 points; North Kalgoorlie 16; Lake View 12; Hannans 0.

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