Cantwell shows way for Wheatvale

CHRIS Cantwell was the player of the week in Warwick cricket after scoring 87 and taking 3-14 off five overs in the A-grade game at Slade Park yesterday.

Batting first, Wheatvale made 8-338 in stark contrast to a score of 32 all out against RSL Diggers a fortnight ago.

Paul Cantwell scored 30 for Wheatvale opening the batting with his cousin Chris Cantwell.

After Paul was out, Jarred Collins, 97, and Chris Cantwell added 180 for the second wicket.

Chris Malone chimed in late in the innings with a slashing 74.

Lauchlan Hoey was the best of the Allora bowlers with 3-47 off nine overs.

Adam May was again economical conceding just 37 runs in 10 overs and taking the wicket of Chris Cantwell.

In reply, Allora was dismissed for 65, May top scoring with 20.

Paul Cantwell took 2-21 off nine overs and Chris Malone 2-1 in his only over to offer support to Chris Cantwell.

In reserve grade, Sovereign Animals beat CSD Criterion by 14 runs.

Tony Morrisey top scored for Animals with 48 and added 70 for the sixth wicket with Shaun Page who made 31.

James Jerome took 3-20 off six overs and his opening partner James Richards 3-16 off 6.2 overs for Criterion.

Cam Charles took 2-4 off two overs.

In reply, Jerome scored 30 and Charles 26 not out but Criterion could not withstand the bowling of Tony Munro who took two wickets in his first over to finish with 4-14 off five overs.

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