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Baywide T20 Heads For Finals Showdown In Two Weekends Time

Baywide T20 Heads For Finals Showdown In Two Weekends Time

Posted: Thursday, 9 January 2020

Round 3/4 Rotorua 11th Jan

Two weekends of action packed cricket, interspersed with the introduction of a mid-week round of play, will culminate with the Baywide T20 Final being played out at the Bay Oval on Sunday 19th January 2020.

This Saturday (11 January 2020), the Bay of Plenty Cricket premier competition stops off at Boord and Smallbone Park in Rotorua, to decide rounds three and four of the non-stop action competition.

New World Te Puke batsman Daniel Price, flexed his muscles against Generation Homes Lake Taupo in round two, to blast a rare as hens teeth T20 century. He is sure to want to continue his momentum against Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College in early afternoon action at Boord Park.

Long-time Carrus Mount Maunganui all-rounder Peter Drysdale, tops the T20 batting stakes after the opening two stanza's with 161 runs and has the opportunity to advance his tally against Lake Taupo in round three.

In other round three encounters, Eves Realty Greerton will be heavily favored to defeat Geyser City, whilst Bayleys Central Indians have home turf advantage at Smallbone Park against Element IMF Cadets, in a match that could go down to the wire.

Cadets youngster Depp Bolinger, along with Tauranga Boys College Kieran New and Greerton skipper Shane Wineti, share the lead in the T20 competition bowling statistics with four wickets apiece.

Leading the individual bowling performances is Shane Wineti, who turned in a match winning performance against Tauranga Boys College, in taking four wickets for 35 runs. Round four, could set up a batting and bowling duel between Te Puke century maker Dan Price and Greerton's Shane Wineti with the ball in hand.

A Rotorua local derby will take center stage at Smallbone Park with Central Indians squaring off with Geyser City, in a likely mate against mate battle. 

Defending T20 titleholder Mount Maunganui, will round out their trip to the Sulphur City when they square off with Tauranga Boys College, while Lake Taupo and Cadets will go into battle for the win points on offer.


BOPCA T20 Draws 11 January 2020

Round Three

Eves Realty Greerton v Geyser City, Boord 1; New World Te Puke v Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College, Boord 2; Carrus Mount Maunganui v Generation Homes Lake Taupo, Boord 3; Element IMF Cadets v Bayleys Central Indians, Smallbone Park.

Round Four

Geyser City v Bayleys Central Indians, Smallbone Park; Generation Homes Lake Taupo v Element IMF Cadets, Boord 3; Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College v Carrus Mount Maunganui. Boord 2; Eves Realty Greerton v New World Te Puke, Boord 1. 


Points Table: Te Puke 12, Cadets 12, Mount Maunganui 12, Greerton 12, Tauranga Boys College 6, Central Indians 0, Lake Taupo 0, Geyser City 0.

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