Tough season ends for women sides

BANKSTOWN Sports Women’s Cricket Club (BSWCC) First Grade lost to Northern District in their final game of the season.

Still heavily impacted by unavailabilities, Bankstown took steady wickets throughout the 50 overs but were ultimately unable to restrict ND’s big hitters with the away side finishing 7/216.
Pick of the bowlers were Karina Bell (3/25) and Sunshine Ferreiro-De Luca (2/24).
Jade Errington (30) and Stella Wilde (19) fought hard with a 44-run partnership but Bankstown fell short and were all out for 82, the heartbreaking finish of a tough season.
Second Grade ended the season with a strong finish against Parramatta.
Opening bowlers Ava Blackburn 3/41 and Camryn Harland 1/21 ripped through the Parramatta batting order.
Debutant Jessica McMillan picked up 2/10 off her first 4 overs in senior premier cricket.
Cynthia Coghlan took two run outs leaving Parra all out for 130 runs on the 37th over.
BSWCC was then dominant chasing down the total in 22 overs.
Jessica Robertson 21 (26), Cynthia Coghlan 25 (21), Camryn Harland 40 no out (53), and Zoe Wood 18 (22) helped BSWCC finish on a high.
Third Grade had a loss for their last game of the season against UTS North Sydney.
Bankstown put forward 85, with Claire Jones top scoring on 53 runs not out.
Going into bowl, Bankstown was valiant, however were unable to keep UTS from scoring the required runs.
Steph Kelly bowled 3 wickets for 11 runs off of 8 overs including 3 maidens while Scotia McKerron bowled 3 wickets for 19 runs off of 8 overs including 2 maidens.
Special mention to Eden Crain for a spectacular runout.