Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby saintal » Thu Jan 25, 2024 9:41 am

Corona Man wrote:Any news about around this years Meyer Shield?


Tomorrow's fixture:

TVCA v MTCA @ Cally
GSCA v AEHCA @ Langhorne Ck
KICA v HCA @ Strath

The AEHCA side looks very strong and imagine they would start favourites, especially as host.

TVCA's looks better balanced than last season with a few older guys making themselves available, so hopefully will be competitive.
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby Corona Man » Thu Jan 25, 2024 5:17 pm

HCA have named a good blend of youth and experience. They play KI at Strath tomorrow. Looking for a good showing.
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby jackpot jim » Thu Jan 25, 2024 8:20 pm

Grounds have been drenched today and although all the turf decks i assume have been covered there still will be some concerns about getting started on time at all 3 grounds. Will just have to wait and see

A&EHCA have an ok squad tho a few arn't available Friday. Think their batting is possibly susceptible more than their bowling
I think it's pretty open
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby Corona Man » Fri Jan 26, 2024 4:38 pm

Murray Towns fall in over Torrens Valley.

Great Southern rolled A&EH.

Hills made short work of KI.
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby jackpot jim » Sat Jan 27, 2024 6:26 pm

Corona Man wrote:Murray Towns fall in over Torrens Valley.

Great Southern rolled A&EH.

Hills made short work of KI.


As predicted the batting of A&EHCA was my concern even tho it was chock full of potential. Were on track to chase down Gt Southerns 202 when they were 5/159 needing a touch over 5 rpo but GS kept the field up and pressure on and it told as the batters panicked and together with a couple of great catches highlighted by Bartletts brilliant catch to dismiss Jaspa Tonkin the local lads collapsed sensationally losing 5/2 :shock: to be rolled for 161 with still more than 6 overs left.

Todays results

A&EHCA smashed K Island chasing down the target of 68 in just 43 balls

Great Southern secured their spot in the Final by chasing down Murray Towns 122 6 wickets down in a dour struggle at Strath

Hills took care of Torrens Valley comfortably at L Creek who battled hard in compiling 7/146 from 50 overs which Hills chased down for the loss of 2 wickets iwith 16 overs to spare

Meyer Shield Final

Hills v Great Southern at Mt Barker Summit
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby Corona Man » Sun Jan 28, 2024 7:53 am

Who wins today Jackpot?

Where do you find the team of the carnival announcement?
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby Corona Man » Sun Jan 28, 2024 5:28 pm

Hills get up in the final in what was a great game of cricket.
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby Corona Man » Mon Jan 29, 2024 11:57 am

Meyer Shield Final Wrap - From the Fleurieu App.

By Anthony Tucker

The Hills Cricket Association (HCA) has won the Harry Meyer Shield after a thrilling one-wicket win against the Great Southern Cricket Association (GSCA) at the Summit Sport & Recreation Park in Mount Barker today. It was the fifth title for Hills in the past seven years.

Great Southern batted first with Matt Overall (61), Sam Hoffmann (56 not out) and Aaron Smith (31) the leading run scorers as the GSCA posted a competitive total of 8/186 from their 50 overs. Steve Featherstone (3/51), Jack Woollard (2/26) and Michael Warburton (2/33) were the main wicket takers for Hills.

Hills got themselves into a strong position in the run chase as they reached 3/122 with skipper Jordan Neis-Beer (45) and Josh Healey (27) leading the way. However, four quick wickets fell as Great Southern got themselves back into the game with the score at 7/144 as Mitch Thomas joined Harrison Webb at the crease. This pair added 34 runs for the eighth wicket before Thomas went for 23 (23 balls), and when the ninth wicket fell with eight runs required, the injured Jake Turnbull came out to the crease with the aid of a runner. Four runs were needed off the final over and Webb brought up the win with a six to end the game with just three balls to spare. Webb played an excellent hand to finish with 38 not out (67 balls), while Jayden Crees (3/30) and Chris Butler (2/38) were the multiple wicket takers for Great Southern.

It was an excellent game of Cricket on a picture-perfect day in the Adelaide Hills, and was a great showcase of Cricket in the Fleurieu region.
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby Minimum Chips » Mon Jan 29, 2024 2:59 pm

I see the A&EH T20 quarter finals are on this Thursday. Looks like most teams may be compromised by unavailability of players playing for Fleurieu & Districts in the Country Carnival on this week?
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby jackpot jim » Wed Jan 31, 2024 3:24 pm

Minimum Chips wrote:I see the A&EH T20 quarter finals are on this Thursday. Looks like most teams may be compromised by unavailability of players playing for Fleurieu & Districts in the Country Carnival on this week?


Yep, Looks that way unless they finish up early and rush back ?
Lobethal, Creek and Nairne would be the teams severely affected.

Must say i find it hard to take the comp seriously anyway so doesn't bother me much.

Teams from other Associations, Marquee players, Prize Money, Give me a break, it's not the IPL !!
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby Barkeroo » Wed Jan 31, 2024 10:05 pm

I don't mind teams from other associations but the marquee player is crap.
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby jackpot jim » Fri Feb 02, 2024 12:15 pm

Well as it turned out the Creek Rep lads got back to play albeit 10 minutes late and Nairne also got their Reps back as well.
Not that they had any impact with the bat at least !!!!
Timmins and Kenney for Nairne along with Clements and Kropp for the Creek made the Grand total of 5 runs off 12 balls between the 4 of them :shock: :shock: :shock:
Both Teams tho progressed to the Semi Finals with wins over Maccy and Port Elliot respectively whilst Woodside got over Bremer / Callington who were without their captain who got given a short holiday by the tribunal for some indiscretions the previous week against Nairne. Given 2 matches .

Lobethal not that confident of getting their Rep players back in time got their match against Strath changed to Friday night. Would be a major shock not tho see them win.
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Re: Adelaide Hills Cricket (HCA, TVCA & A&EH)

Postby Corona Man » Mon Feb 12, 2024 11:07 am

From the Fleurieu App

By Anthony Tucker

Mylor moved inside the top-four after defeating Kangarilla by three wickets during round 15 action of the Hills Cricket Association (HCA) at Kangarilla yesterday. The home side batted first and were in more trouble than the early settlers as they slumped to 3/2 inside the first four overs. Che Martinsen (22) and Joel Stidston (15) put on 38 runs for the fourth wicket, while Ben Evans made 22 not out (32 balls) but ultimately Kangarilla were bowled out for just 82. Todd Dellatorre (2/10), Thomas Jensen (2/13) and Peter Johns (2/18) were the multiple wicket takers for the Piper, while Oliver Barnes bowled a miserly spell of 1/7 (9). Kangarilla made Mylor fight hard in the run chase, taking regular wickets and reducing the Pipers to 5/52. Alex Gurner (22) and skipper Michael Warburton (14 not out) were the leading run scorers for the visitors as they brought up the winning runs with three wickets and more than 12 overs to spare. Jack Evans (2/12), Steve Featherstone (2/27) and Ben Evans (2/27) battled it out with the ball for ‘Kangies’.


Reigning premier Stirling moved up to third spot on the ladder with a 23-run win against Mt Lofty at Heathfield yesterday. Stirling batted first with all batsmen reaching double figures as they posted a competitive 5/199 from their 45 overs. Harrison Webb (46), Jack Pick (42), Kurt Zytnik (27 not out) and Jack Read (25) led the way for the visitors in an excellent team batting effort. Josh Healey (3/43) was the leading wicket taker for the Redcaps. Mt Lofty got off to a fast start with Josh Healey making 24 from 22 balls, but Stirling reined them in as the home side slipped to 4/55. Ryan Pistola (39) and Tim Noble (23) added 65 for the fifth wicket to get the home side back in the game, before Brad Hutton (33) got his side into a winning position at 6/173. The equation was 27 runs required from 36 balls and the Redcaps were probably favourites before Ezekiel Hemming (2/24) made a double breakthrough in the 40th over. Opening bowler Chris Shaw then wrapped up the game with two wickets in the 41st over as Mt Lofty were bowled out for 176. Shaw finished with the excellent figures of 5/22 from his nine overs, his second five-wicket haul in the past three games, Webb completed a fine all-round game with 2/22 from five overs.


Meadows won their second game in a row to keep the pressure on for a top-four spot after defeating Aldgate by eight wickets at Aldgate Oval. The Gaters batted first with a number of players getting a start without capitalising and making a big score as they were bowled out for 159. Jack Woollard (37), James Anthony (33) and Shaun Atkins (26) were the leading run scorers for the home side. Veteran Chad Dawe bowled an excellent spell for the Bulldogs with 3/15 (9), while Brad Louch (3/39), Rohan Reid (2/23) and David Bates (2/39) were the other wicket takers. Dylan Brown and Luke Tonkin continued their excellent union at the top of the order with a 76-run stand before Brown went for 43 (43 balls). Tonkin went on to top score with 59 not out (104 balls), while Brad Dawe made 49 not out (46 balls), his highest score of the season.


Bridgewater won their fourth game of the season with a comfortable seven-wicket win against Scott Creek Ironbank (SCIB) at Bridgewater yesterday. SCIB batted first with Adam Shearwood continuing his excellent season as he top scored with 89 from 104 balls (9 x 4’s). Shearwood now has 455 runs in 2023/24 to sit fifth on the HCA batting aggregate. Thomas Watton (24) and Aaron Thompson (22) chipped in with useful runs, but that was about it for SCIB as they were bowled out for 171 in the 43rd over. Ty Watson (3/21) and Jarrad Tait (3/29) were the leading wicket takers for the Raiders. Watson and Luke Hoyle got Bridgewater off to a good start with a 56-run opening partnership before Hoyle departed for 37 from 34 balls (5 x 4’s). ‘Bridgey’ lost 3/15 and at 3/71, SCIB were back in the game. Enter Jarrad Tait to join Watson at the crease and this pair saw their side over the line with an unbroken 104-run stand for the fourth wicket. Tait finished with 71 not out from 57 balls (9 x 4’s, 2 x 6’s), while Watson made 50 not out from 106 balls. Daniel Desnego (2/36) was the multiple wicket taker for Scott Creek Ironbank.



Ladder (after round 15)
Mt Lofty 54, Scott Creek Ironbank 51, Stirling 48, Mylor 48, Aldgate 45, Meadows 42, Kangarilla 42, Bridgewater 30.

Round 16 fixtures (home team named first)
Mt Lofty v Aldgate

Mylor v Bridgewater

Stirling v Meadows

Kangarilla v Scott Creek Ironbank
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