Kim Garth was in fine form on Sunday (9th Feb) as her Dandenong side beat Carlton-Brunswick by 13 runs.

With the bat, she top-scored with 65(76) of her side's 205/7, and opening the bowling she took 1-38 in her 10 overs. Her Ireland and Dandenong team-mate Celeste Raack was also in the wickets, with an impressive 2-25 off her 10 overs, in addition to a catch and a run in the first innings.

Una Raymond-Hoey was in the runs as her Ringwood side had an 8 wicket victory over Melbourne. Chasing a target of 188 (Raymond-Hoey taking a catch in the Melbourne innings), she steered them home, batting at three, with an unbeaten 58*(75). She has currently scored 590 runs at an average of 39.33.

Rachel Delany and Lara Maritz had less luck in their game for South Perth, as they lost to Melville by 6 wickets. While Delany top scored for her side with 48(87) batting at one (and took a catch), Maritz went for a duck, and while she took 1-38 in her 9.4 overs, it wasn't enough to deny Melville victory.

Gaby Lewis scored 35 runs in Prahan's 28 run defeat to Box Hill on Sunday.

Ross Allen's Centrals completed their 2-day game against Trafalgar on Saturday (8th Feb), losing by 2 wickets, although Allen's 4-35 off his 41 overs was yet another fantastic bowling performance for the NW Warrior.

His Inter-pro team mate Graham Kennedy starred in a 1-run victory in Hanna's game against Lake View. IN the first innings Kennedy scored 21 of his side's 205 runs (all out in 46 overs), and he then took 2-33 off his 10 overs as they dismissed their opponents for 204 with just 4 balls to spare.

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