South Australia faced New South Wales at Nabawa with both teams looking to stay in contention to finish in 1st place on the ladder. New South Wales batted first, making 8/89 off 20 overs with Lugg scoring 27 and Jameson 3/18 white Armstrong 2/24 did the damage for SA with the ball. In reply, SA played a composed innings, leaving it late to chase the total down with 3 balls to spare, finishing on 5/91 with Armstrong continuing her good form with 38 and Gibson getting 2/16 for NSW.
Western Australia faced the in-form team of the competition in Victoria, looking to cause an upset. WA batted first with Edgar making 21 runs to top score, taking WA’s total to 5/75 off their overs with Fearns bowling well to finish with figures of 2/11. In reply, Victoria were able to chase the score down with 3 overs to go with Steph Townsend top scoring with 31 and Edgar capping off a great game finishing with 2/9.
New South Wales played Victoria in a tight contest with both teams needing a victory to stay in touch with the finals positions. New South Wales were able make 138 with Ziebell making 31. The pick of the bowlers for Victoria were Boyd with 2/22 and Sherriff with 3/22. In reply, Victoria were confident that their best cricket would be enough for victory and they started off well by not losing the early wickets NSW desperately were looking for. However, after a batting collapse in the middle order, it came down to survival for Victoria as they were 9 wickets down still requiring 33 runs for the win. Mathieson took charge of the chase, scoring 29 runs and Boyd was able to absorb the pressure to keep his wicket, scoring 6 off 21 balls. This partnership enabled Victoria to get the win, with 11 overs remaining to receive a big boost to their confidence and their campaign.
Western Australia played Queensland with WA batting first and reaching 9/180 off their 50 overs. The highlights for the WA innings was Buchanan continuing his fine form with 60 and de Rosa with 25. Seng finishing with 3/27 and McCarthy 2/25. In reply, an outstanding batting display from Mitchell English and Gerard Fox enabled Queensland to chase the total down with no wickets lost and 13 overs remaining. English finished on 116* off 107 balls, hitting 16 fours and 3 sixes in the process while Fox made 65 with 8 fours and a six in a great performance by Queensland.
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LEADING STUMPINGS AND CATCHES (WICKET KEEPERS)