Mitchell Perry stars as Tigers skittle Greenvale for 195

Mitchell Perry picked up a four-wicket haul as Richmond bowled out Greenvale for 195 on Day 1 at Central Reserve North on Saturday. Krishna Padmanabhan and Adam Amin played out the 3-over spell safely as Tigers were 0/8 at stumps.

Having won the toss, Dom Matarazzo put the Kangaroos in. It didn’t take much time for the Tigers to strike with Perry snaring the first breakthrough in Luke Sandy. Marcus Berryman cashed in on the opening and sent Aiden Zammit back to the hut too.

Sri Lankan international Kaushal Silva and Connor Hayes rebuilt for the away side by putting together a 40-run stand for the third wicket. Just when it seemed like the pair would build on their groundwork, Perry, who was reintroduced for his second spell, had Silva squared up and caught behind for 35. Shortly after lunch, he also dismissed the opposition skipper Michael Stretton cheaply.

At 4/82, Greenvale were in need a partnership. Connor Hayes then found support in Bernard Kelly. However, the 32-run stand was cut short by Jack Trevethan, who conceded just 15 runs in his 12 overs (six maidens), with Hayes’ departure for 29.

It was Mitchell Edwards’ innings, which took Greenvale to the 200-run mark. While he did most of the scoring, Kelly and Liam Fitzsimmons hung in there with him. Edwards was well on his way to a well deserved fifty but Andrew Humphries castled him for 48.

Greenvale failed to add any significant contributions after Edwards’ fall and folded for 195.

Summary: Greenvale 195 (Edwards 48, Silva 35, Hayes 29; Perry 4/42, Berryman 2/34, Trevethan 1/15)

Monash Tigers 0/8 (Padmanabhan 5, Amin 3)

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Toby Keast’s fifer helps Tigers bowl out Greenvale for 274

Toby Keast scalped five as Tigers bowled out Greenvale for 274 at Greenvale Reserve 1 on Saturday.

William Shannon (72), Haseeb Qureshi (75) and Jevon Kett (55) all scored half-centuries while skipper James Usher contributed with 36. The rest of the batsmen, though, failed to go past the 10-run mark as Josh Carroll provided a good start with a couple of wickets. He ended the day with figures of 3/60.

Luke Stow and Aaron Cross picked up one wicket each as well.

Arshaan Jasani and Jacob Hinds saw the Tigers off to stumps safely. The Tigers were 0/2 at stumps after two overs.

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Kapukotuwa takes five; Greenvale 9/251 at stumps

Chansika Kapukotuwa led the Tigers with the ball at Central Reserve South as Greenvale Kangaroos ended the day at 9/251 on Saturday.

Greenvale saw equal contributions from their batsmen. Joshua Trembearth and Jacob Carruthers top scored with 54 and 44* respectively.

It was Kapukotuwa, who cleaned up the four of the top six batsmen. Harry Buck and Benji Gore picked up two and a wicket respectively.

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The Tigers were bowled out for 196 by Greenvale Kangaroos at Greenvale Reserve 4 on Saturday. Hrithik Katarey scored a 60 while Max Parker was dismissed for 42.