Carrus Mount Maunganui, won their seventh Bay of Plenty Cup title since the competition was established in the 2007/08 season, when they defeated Eve's Realty Greerton in the 2019 Bay of Plenty Cup Final at Pemberton Park, on Saturday 7 December 2019.
Bay of Plenty Cup Milestones 2020
Runs: 387 Stephen Nicholls (Bayleys Central Indians) 352 Mark Mitchell (Generation Homes Lake Taupo) 348 Tai Bridgman-Raison (New World Te Puke)
Wickets: 23 Dale Swan (Carrus Mount Maunganui) 18 Jared Tutty (Eves Realty Greerton) 18 Kieran New (Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College)
Catches: 18 Ben Vyver (Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College)
Centuries: 127 Nick Hendrie (Eves Realty Greerton) 126no Stephen Nicholls (Bayleys Central Indians) 119 Brett Hampton (Eves Realty Greerton) 116 Tai Bridgman-Raison (New World Te Puke) 110 Stephen Crossan (New World Te Puke) 109no Blair McKenzie (New World Te Puke) 105 Niven Dovey (Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College)
Six Wickets: 8/19 Dale Swan (Carrus Mount Maunganui) 6/55 Jared Tutty (Eves Realty Greerton)
Mount Maunganui batted first in the Bay of Plenty Cup Final against Greerton and reached 200 for the loss of seven wickets, in a game reduced to 40 overs per side after the match was halted because of an afternoon deluge, with the Mount at 122/5.
Batting at four, Tim Tomlinson top scored with 36 runs, with Dominic Crombie coming in at six posting a hard fought 32. Lee Watkins and James Boyd took two wickets apiece for the home team.
Mount Maunganuui skipper Dale Swan and Chris Atkinson, did the damage with the ball, with the pair taking four wickets apiece as Greerton were rolled for 117. Swan, who sat at the top of the Bay of Plenty Cup bowling stakes increased his tally to 23 wickets, as he returned 4/18 in the title decider.
Greerton opener Taylor Bettelheim, stood like a sentinel at one end, as wickets fell at the other, going on to top score with 51. Umesh Ranaraja was the only other Greerton batsman to show any substantial defiance with 31 runs.
Textbook cricket tactics, suggest that a big top-order partnership is the is best option when faced with chasing down a solid target - with Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College using the tactic to perfection, to take home the Bay of Plenty Plate from Owen Delaney Park in Taupo.
Generation Homes Lake Taupo won the toss and elected to bat. The home side were in a very strong position, at 161 for the loss of two wickets, courtesy of a 141 run partnership, when Habib Malik was dismissed for 68.
Michael Mitchell continued his assault on the Tauranga Boys bowlers top scoring with 88 runs, which included eight 4's. Led by four wickets from Kieran New, the visitors stemmed the tide with Lake Taupo reaching 212 for the loss of seven wickets at the end of their allotted overs.
Ben Vyver and Niven Dovey came together after Tauranga Boys first wicket fell with just five runs on the board. The top order pair settled down to produce a match winning 177 run partnership, before Vyver was dismissed for 66.
Niven Dovey, went on to post the sixth the Baywide premier cricket century of the season, as he smacked 105 runs at a tad better than a run a ball. His innings contained seventeen 4's and one six, with Tauranga Boys requiring just 14 runs when he was removed.
Long-time Carrus Mount Maunganui bowler Dale Swan, wrote his name into Baywide cricket history, when took eight wickets in his teams dramatic 81 run win over arch-rivals Element IMF Cadets in round five.
Mount Maunganui batted first in the Battle of the Bridge game and were removed for 200 in the 48th over. Mount newcomer Tim Tomlinson, who previously played premier cricket in the City of Sails, top scored with 62 runs with Peter Drysdale chipping in with 29. Mayura Galappaththi was the best of the Cadets bowling attack returning 3/21.
Cadets made a solid start to their reply at 42 for the loss of two wickets. Enter the Mount Maunganui skipper, who wears his 200 premier game cap with absolute pride, then proceeding to destroy the Cadets innings. Four LBW decisions, two balls that spread the stumps and a caught and bowled along with a catch picked out by Tony Goodin, resulted in Cadets being dismissed for 119. The last Baywide eight wicket bag was taken by Black Cap Trent Boult in February 2013 returning figures of 8/37.
For the second October in a row, Brett Hampton gave a master-class in batting as he powered Eves Realty Greerton to victory against Element IMF Cadets, in a Bay of Plenty Cup game on Saturday (12 October 2019), in a rain shortened match reduced to 26 overs per side.
Cadets had early success grabbing their first wicket with the second ball of the game. Greerton new recruit Bruce Kerr then took control belting 65 runs off 37 balls. Coming in at four, Hampton took aim on the boundary ropes to blast 119 off just 48 balls, in a whirlwind innings that produced sixteen 6's. The ND batsman put on a similar performance on the opening day of last season, belting 155 in a Twenty 20 encounter, scoring 102 runs over the boundary ropes.
Central Indians skipper Stephen Nicholls blasted 387 runs to finish at the top of the Bay of Plenty Cup batting stakes with Dale Swan's eight wicket bag taking him to the top of the bowling tally with 23 wickets. Swan and Greerton's Jared Tutty both grabbed six wickets or better with Nick Hendrie, Stephen Nicholls, Tai Bridgman-Raison, Brett Hampton, Stephen Crossan, Blair McKenzie and Niven Dovey all finishing the competition with centuries to their name.
Bay of Plenty Cup Final 7 December 2019
Carrus Mount Maunganui 200/7 (Tim Tomlinson 36, Dominic Crombie 32; James Boyd 2/25, Lee Watkins 2/43) defeated Eve's Realty Greerton 117 (Taylor Bettelheim 51, Umesh Ranaraja 31; Dale Swan 4/18, Chris Atkinson 4/34)
Bay of Plenty Plate 7 December
Generation Homes Lake Taupo 212/7 (Michael Mitchell 88, Habib Malik 66; Kieran New 4/28) lost to Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College 215/4 (Niven Dovey 105, Ben Vyver 66; John Dolan 3/29)
Bay of Plenty Cup Semi-Finals 30 November 2019
Eve's Realty Greerton 306/9 (Nick Hendrie 127, Matt Worsnop 39; Fergus Lellman 5/55 (including a hat-trick) defeated Element IMF Cadets 158 (Michael Barbeau 40, Finn Dempsey 24no; Lee Watkins 3/23, Matt Worsnop 3/31, Jared Tutty 3/32)
New World Te Puke 121 (Blair McKenzie 27, Josh Earle 23no; Tony Goodin 3/17, Dominic Crombie 3/33, Chris Atkinson 3/40) lost to Carrus Mount Maunganui 120/0 (Peter Drysdale 57no, Matt Golding 56no)
Bay of Plenty Plate Semi-Finals
Generation Homes Lake Taupo 203/9 (Drew Brierley 66, Louie Love-Parata 56, AJ How 32; Barry Hogan 3/47, Liam Kelly 2/26) defeated Geyser City 129 (Liam Kelly 71, AJ How 3/15, Drew Brierley 3/23, John Dolan 2/13)
Bayleys Central Indians 109/8 (Jeff Simmons 41, N Nawala 29; Tim Pringle 4/20, Jason Spice 2/8) lost to Tauranga Boys College 110/5 (Jason Spice 32no, Dillon Preston 26no, Liam Collett 23; Andrew Gibbs 3/57)
Bay of Plenty Cup 16 November 2019
Generation Homes Lake Taupo 170/9 (Michael Mitchell 61, Luke Woods 25; Fergus Lellman 3/34) lost to Element IMF Cadets 173/3 (Jacob Logan 47, Andrew Mascall 41; Drew Brierley 3/25)
New World Te Puke 293/3 (Tai Bridgman-Raison 116, Stephen Crossan 79, Blair McKenzie 63no) defeated Geyser City 134 (Sam Kershaw 66; Josh Earle 3/19)
Carrus Mount Maunganui 239/9 (Peter Drysdale 90, Ben Musgrave 40; Lee Watkins 4/52, Matt Worsnop 2/14) defeated Eve’s Realty Greerton 233/9 (Shane Wineti 82, Umesh Ranaraja 31; Peter Drysdale 3/25, Dale Swan 2/42)
Bayleys Central Indians 139 (Aaron Bennett 36; Kieran New 4/25, Niven Dovey 3/40) defeated Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College 78; Prabh Gill 4/8)
Points Table (Final) Greerton 41, Te Puke 41, Mount Maunganui 32, Cadets 29, Lake Taupo CC 23, Central Indians 23, Tauranga Boys College 14, Geyser City 5.
Bay of Plenty Cup 9 November 2018 Results
Geyser City 117 (BJ Astwood 30, Cameron Ingram 26; Jono Boult 6/18) lost to Element IMF Cadets 118/3 (Fergus Lellman 47, Andrew Mascall 25, Jacob Logan 20)
Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College 147 (D Preston 51; Jared Tutty 3/17) lost to Eves Realty Greerton 148/9 (Josh Bates 36no, Umesh Ranaraja 28; Kieran New 3/49)
New World Te Puke 243/9 (Stephen Crossan 110; Nick Smith 3/32, Dale Swan 3/58) defeated Carrus Mount Maunganui 177 (Ben Musgrave 72, Peter Drysdale 34; Christian MacDonald 3/30, Cameron Riley 3/31)
Bayleys Central Indians 150 (Stephen Nicholls 71, Lovely Sandhu 25; Drew Brierley 5/36) lost to Generation Homes Lake Taupo 152/4 (Michael Mitchell 50no, Drew Brierley 46)
Bay of Plenty Cup 2 November 2019
Carrus Mount Maunganui 200 (Tim Tomlinson 62, Peter Drysdale 29; Mayura Galappaththi 3/21, Fergus Lellman 2/31, Finn Dempsey 2/31) defeated Element IMF Cadets 119 (Jacob Logan 23; Dale Swan 8/19)
Generation Homes Lake Taupo 253/4 (Habib Malik 72, Michael Mitchell 60no, Roger Urbahn 44; Matt Collier 3/46) defeated Geyser City 194 (S Kershaw 74, BJ Astwood 41; Moko Rivers 3/44, AJ How 2/22, R Urbhan 2/34)
New World Te Puke 244/4 (Blair McKenzie 109, Tai Bridgman-Raison 87; Tommaso Pini 2/26, Niven Dovey 2/42) defeated Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College 216 (Niven Dovey 61, Tim Clarke 47, Isaac White 26; Iman Singh 2/20, Mikaere Leef 2/35, Christian MacDonald 2/42)
Eve's Realty Greerton 308/6 (Brett Hampton 88, Taylor Bettelheim 74, Umesh Ranaraja 51, Bruce Kerr 47; A Gibbs 2/55) defeated Bayleys Central Indians 121
Bay of Plenty Cup 26 October 2019
Geyser City 101 (Sam Kershaw 37, Daniel Fisher 20; Brett Randell 4/13) lost to Carrus Mount Maunganui 103/2 (Ben Pomare 78no)
Eve's Realty Greerton 227/4 (Ben Lind 80, Umesh Ranaraja 51, Pip Thickpenny 51; Will Perry 3/46) defeated Generation Homes Lake Taupo 45 (Jared Tutty 2/3, Lee Watkins 2/12)
Bayleys Central Indians 124 (Lakhwinder Bhatti 22; Daniel Alyashiv 5/25, Tasman Carsons 3/27) lost to New World Te Puke 127/5 (Mikaere Leef 43, Tai Bridgman-Raison 27; Andrew Gibbs 3/28)
Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College 158 (Ben Vyver 37, Tim Clarke 31, Cameron Templer 22; Fergus Lellman 5/28, Michael Barbeau 3/24) lost to Element IMF Cadets 162/5 (Gurwinder Singh 56, Jono Boult 30, Andrew Mascall 27)
Bay of Plenty Cup 19 October 2019
New World Te Puke 105 (Stephen Crossan 27; Graham Hudson 6/56) lost Eves Realty Greerton 109/2 (Taylor Bettleheim 43no, Bruce Kerr 37, Nick Hendrie 22)
Carrus Mount Maunganui 256/9 (Peter Drysdale 91, Ben Musgrave 80, Ben Guild 24) defeated Generation Homes Lake Taupo 76 (Dale Swan 4/12, Tony Goodin 2/15)
Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College 187/8 (Tim Clarke 78, Tim Pringle 29, Blake Pentecoat 25; Dane Sorrenson 2/37) defeated Geyer City 91 (Tim Pringle 3/26, Kieran New 2/11, Cameron O'Dea 2/22)
Bayleys Central Indians 226 (Sahil Rana 65, Stephen Nicholls 57, Ben Sandford 37, Andrew Carter 3/42) lost to Element IMF Cadets 229/8 (Joe Carter 89, Andrew Mascall 32, Jono Boult 22, Daniel Maathuis 20no; S Nicholls 2/21, Andrew Gibbs 2/37)
Bay of Plenty Cup 12 October 2019
New World Te Puke 196/9 (Stephen Crossan 67, Blair McKenzie 36; AJ How 3/44, Roger Urbahn 2/32, Habib Malik 2/42, Drew Brierley 2/47) defeated Generation Homes Lake Taupo CC 123 (H Malik 33, D Brierley 22; Iman Singh 3/38, Christian MacDonald 3/20, Cam Riley 2/31) - 34 over match
Eves Realty Greerton 254/5 (Brett Hampton 119no, Bruce Kerr 65, Pip Thickpenny 34; Jacob Logan 2/55) defeated Element IMF Cadets 175/8 (J Logan 37, Joe Carter 29, Lee Te Hurne 27, Mayura Galappaththi 23; Umesh Ranaraja 2/19, Jared Tutty 2/28, Josh Bates 2/29) – 26 over match
Geyser City 168 (Sam Kershaw 73, Dane Sorrenson 25; Parv Mehta 4/38, Andrew Gibbs 3/37, LS Bhatti 2/25) lost to Bayleys Central Indians 170/4 (Stephen Nicholls 76, Aaron Bennett 30, Ben Sandford 20no; S Kershaw 3/35)
Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College v Carrus Mount Maunganui – match abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Bay of Plenty Cup 5 October 2019
Bayleys Central Indians 241/7 (Stephen Nicholls 126no, Ben Sandford 29, Lovely Sandhu 23; Chris Atkinson 3/37) defeated Carrus Mount Maunganui 154 (Ben Musgrave 46, Nathan Walker 30 Parv Mehta 3/19, Prabh Gill 3/39)
Bond & Co Tauranga Boys College 216/9 (Niven Dovey 55, Tim Clarke 39, Dillon Preston 26; Roger Urbahn 4/32, John Dolan 2/46) lost to Generation Homes Lake Taupo 221/5 (Michael Mitchell 66, Roger Urbahn 58no, Jack Wiggins 49; Isaac White 2/32)
Geyser City 104/9 (Sam Kershaw 39, Lee Watkins 2/19, Shane Wineti 2/23) lost to Eves Realty Greerton 105/6 (Nick Hendrie 78no; Satpal Singh 4/47)
Element IMF Cadets 214 (Andrew Mascall 64, Jono Boult 53; Christian MacDonald 3/50, Iman Singh 2/33, Mikaere Leef 2/61) lost to New World Te Puke 217/2 (Tai Bridgman-Raison 86no, Dan Price 52, Blair McKenzie 44no)
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