TSS Cricket Festival Weekend/ Nudgee

Mr Steven Baker – Director of Cricket

Round 1 of the GPS cricket saw TSS play a host of games played vs Nudgee College.

TSS won a host of games across the grades with 2nd XI, 11A, 10A, 10C, 9A, 9B, 9C, 8A, 8B, 8C & 7E winning well as well as a 6B tie! In particular the 2nd XI with Ben Owen 51, Matt Dalton 40 and Harry Blok 3/0 off 4 overs had an emphatic win. 11A on the back of Austin Billing with 6/10 and Stirling Smith 4/9, 10A with Louis Chabert with 88, 9A Justin Faber/ Couper Veivers half centuries and Lachie Mair with 68no were dominant performances. It was a real highlight to see the year 5 and 7 teams featuring many new students and Rogers House boys take the field…to see the new Yr7E’s get a first up win was great!

First XI TSS played Nudgee away at Ross oval in a much anticipated match in humid overcast conditions. TSS won the toss and elected to bowl, with instant success off the 6th ball of the innings picking up a run out from Hugo Burdon. From there TSS kept it tight to have Nudgee 5 for 123 in the 40th over, but with some late big hitting they changed the match to score 6 for 227. In reply TSS lost Jack Hocart in the first over to a great delivery. From there only Ky Newitt with a top score of 18no got going and we were not in the game losing wickets at regular intervals. TSS ground out to be all out for 111. Next Saturday TSS look to bounce back to take in Churchie on the Village Green.

TSS Old Boys vs TSS First XI 2019

On Sunday Old Boy’s Captain Simon Anderson lead a formidable Old Boys line up boasting a number of current and past Premier Grade Cricketers to test the 2019 1st XI for the “Bill King” Trophy. As per tradition TSS 1st XI bowled first. Playing 30 over each a shorter version than usual, this has provided some brilliant hitting from Bo Veivers and Josh Kann. The Old Boys made a very respectable total of 190. 3 wickets to Peter Lynch, 2 wickets to Jack Sinfield and Ky Newitt were the best of the TSS 1st XI bowlers. In reply TSS 1st XI batted with composure and aggression to reach the total with 16 balls to spare. They were led by their captain Hugo Burdon who made a classy 98no and was supported by Cody Durante 36 and some late massive hitting by Matt Manley’s with 25no. The game was played in great spirits and enjoyed by Old Boys and the current 1st XI squad.

Super 8’s Carnival

The TSS playing fields were abuzz on Sunday with the Super 8’s carnival running concurrently. The TSS Cricket family came together for a ‘big bash’. It was a terrific response with Players, Parents and Old Boys taking part such as “Mother Cricket”, “Coaches Team”, “Rogers 1&2”, “Silly Sloggers”, etc. The Teams were impressive through their fixture rounds and the boys played hard. The competition was split in Div 1 & Div 2 and the day was enjoyed by all.
“Masulu” came from nowhere to sneak into the final then completed a threepeat of wins by passing the “Six Offenders” score on the last ball of the final. In the Div 2 Final the battle of the boarding teams saw “Boarders 8” account for “Rogers 2” in an energetic display.

Div 1: Super 8’s Div 1 Final: “Masulu” 2/65 (7 overs) defeated “Six Offenders” 4/64 (7 overs)
Div 2: Super 8’s Div 2 Final: “Boarders 8” 2/71 (7 overs) defeated “Rogers 2” 3/49 (7 overs)

Result summaries of games played vs NC are as follows.

*1st XI lost by 116 runs
NC – 6/227
TSS – 10/111
Best batting – K. Newitt 18no
Best bowling – H.Burdon 1/8

*2nd XI won by 182 runs
TSS – 6/237
NC – 10/54
Best Batting – B Owen 51, M Dalton 40
Best bowling – H Blok 3/0, M Dalton 2/5

*11A won by 7 wickets
NC – 83/10
TSS – 85/3
Best bowling – A. Billing 6/10
Best batting – S. Heathwood 37 n.o

*11B loss by 100 runs
NC – 7/201
TSS – 101/10
Best Bowling – J. Burnett 2/23
Best Batting – J.Burnett 19(29)

*10A won by 9 wickets
NC – 9/145
TSS – 1/146
Best Bowling – S. Smith 4/9
Best Batting – L. Chabert 88

*10B lost by 7 wickets
TSS – 10/87
NC – 3/88
Best Batting – B. Walker 28
Best Bowling – L. Dougherty 1/5

*10C won by 6 wickets
NC- 5/143
TSS – 4/144
Best Batting – J.Biddle 53 not out

*9A won by 36 runs
TSS – 4/189
NC – 8/153
Best Bowling – J.Madden 4/26
Best Batting – J.Faber 56, C.Veivers 53n.o

*9B won by 110 runs
TSS – 1/211
NC – 8/101
Best batting – B. Raymond 54*, G. Powell 54*
Best bowling – G.Powell 2/21

*9C won by 3 runs
TSS – 3/64
NC – 10/60
Best bowling – J. Morris 2 for 5
Best batting – J.Morris 21

*8A won by 8 wickets
NC – 10/132
TSS – 2/133
Best batting – L Mair 68n.o.
Best bowling – G Williams 3/24

*8B won by 3 wickets
NC – 10/72
TSS – 7/73
Best bowling – Z. Kelly 3/1
Best batting – P. Tones 20

*8C won by 1 wicket
NC – 9/88
TSS – 9/90
Best bowling – J. Harold 3/8
Best batting – P. Bousgas 13

*7A lost by 122 runs
NC – 5/271
TSS – 7/149
Best bowling: W. Slack-Smith 3/26
Best batting: R. Johnson 50

*7B lost by 96 runs
NC – 3/213
TSS – 117
Best Bowling – J.Parkinson 2/31
Best Batting – B.Murray 19

*7C lost by 7 wickets
TSS – 8/80
NC- 3/133
Best batting- F.Lewis 19
Best bowling- C.Stone 2/3

*7D lost by 5 wickets
TSS – 6/93
NC – 3/100
Best bowling – G. Poole 1/2
Best batting -H. Dawson 17 no

*7E won by 31 runs
TSS – 6/129
NC – 10/98
Best batting – J.Gibson 19

*6A lost by 5 runs
NC – 4/108
*TSS – 9/103
Best Bowling – C. Chabert 2/7, O Boyd 1/7
Best Batting – O. Boyd not out 16.

*6B tied with Nudgee College
TSS 5/122
NC 5/122
Best bowling R. Pema-Chawhan 1/14
Best battling. H. Howard 16

*6C lost by 30 runs
NC – 5/83
TSS – 9/53
Best bowling – E.Wheeler 1/9

*5A lost by 7 wickets
TSS – 9/115
NC – 3/120
Best Bowling – T. Faber 1/8
Best Batting – O. Bos 16

*5B lost by 5 wickets
TSS – 9/58
NC – 5/59
Best Batting – K.Drysdale – 11
Best Bowling – G.Palmer-Peacock 3/4

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