Tuggeranong rolled Norths for 68 to safe a surprising 362-run win to mark a memorable day for the Floros household after Jason rejoined the membership’s band of brothers following his retirement from skilled cricket.
Floros remains to be primarily based in Brisbane however deliberate to spend three to 4 days per week in Canberra to play premier cricket alongside brothers Tim and Benji at Tuggeranong.
“It was fairly particular, as I haven’t actually performed a lot cricket with Jason. Each simply being on the market for one another’s milestones was a reasonably particular second,” Tim Floros mentioned.
“I positively received’t neglect this innings, I don’t suppose many individuals have completed that earlier than. To be one of many folks to exit and do that’s fairly particular.
“Not a lot went fallacious. I haven’t been seeing all of them that properly over the previous couple of weeks. I’ve simply been coaching all through the week and attempting to hit as many balls and it paid off.
“I hit just a few out of the center, and it was good having my brother Jason there hitting some runs on the market within the center with me.
“Having Benji again within the facet [when he is back from injury], he’s taking part in fairly properly in the mean time so will probably be good having all of us performing in a single sport collectively.”
Shane Devoy cleaned up with the ball to assert Four-Eight however, evidently, Norths’ bowling figures weren’t something to put in writing house about – Riain O’Sullivan copped the brunt of the onslaught to complete with Zero-70 from 4 overs.
Simply as Tim Floros swooped to the highest of the report books, Eastlake’s Nikhil Mathai fell simply in need of doing the identical with the ball in hand after claiming a outstanding 6-6 from 10 overs.
Mathai claimed the seventh-best figures in competitors historical past and yet one more wicket would have despatched him to the highest of the rankings throughout Eastlake’s 107-run win over Ginninderra at Kingston Oval.
Mathai has taken hat-tricks earlier than however he nonetheless wasn’t positive learn how to assault the hat-trick ball when he seemed up and noticed Angus Le Lievre marking centre.
“Their finest batsman got here out to bat, so I used to be like ‘I don’t know, what do I do right here?’ I used to be like ‘properly I’ll simply follow my weapons, bowl full and straight’. It appeared to do the job and take his center stump out,” Mathai mentioned.
“We lastly got here collectively and batted rather well as a gaggle. No wickets in clumps, everybody made runs, Ryan Bartley highlighted the present with 92 not out and it was very pleasing to again it up once more with the ball.
“It was a really full sport for us with the bat, ball and within the subject. You couldn’t ask for an excessive amount of extra.”
In the meantime, Queanbeyan strangled Creek to maintain the defending champions to 5-170 from 50 overs earlier than Leigh Walker’s 70 (96) helped the Bluebags to a three-wicket win at Freebody Oval.
Matt Condon blasted 126 to spearhead Western District-UC to a complete 90-run victory over ANU at ANU North Oval, to depart Anthony Luchetti’s last-ditch 88 not out in useless.
AT A GLANCE
Cricket ACT Gallop Cup spherical six:
TUGGERANONG VALLEY Three-430 (T Floros 219*, J Floros 110; L Whatmough 1-43, M Fennell 1-84) bt NORTH CANBERRA-GUNGAHLIN 68 (C Herath 19, L Whatmough 19; S Devoy Four-Eight, T Floros Three-21) by 362 runs at Chisholm Oval.
EASTLAKE 5-247 (R Bartley 92*, P O’Malveney 47; A Masud Three-45, M Hogan 1-14) bt GINNINDERRA 140 (V Thakur 44, M Hogan 23; N Mathai 6-6, R Bartley 2-7) by 107 runs at Kingston Oval.
QUEANBEYAN 7-171 (L Walker 70, J Murdoch 17; J Allen 2-21, I Horneman 2-37) bt WESTON CREEK MOLONGLO 170 (J Rogers 43, J Allen 38; T Phelps 2-15, J Allen 1-22) by three wickets at Freebody Oval.
WESTERN DISTRICT-UC Eight-364 (M Condon 126, J Cooke 49; S Sharma 6-60, A Luchetti 1-57) bt ANU 274 (A Luchetti 88 not out, T Pollard 53; E Bartlett Four-29, J Corbett 2-52) by 90 runs at ANU North Oval.
Caden Helmers is a sports activities reporter for The Canberra Occasions