Gordon stuns Rangers in NSW Women’s Premier Cricket


Gordon has derailed Sydney Rangers perfect start to the season with an 18-run win in round six action of the McDonald’s NSW Premier Cricket Women’s season on Sunday.

Gordon posted 7-225 from its 50 overs with Hannah Trollip (51), Lisa Sthalekar (35) and Shauna Kavanagh (33) scoring the lion’s share of the total.

Gordon was then able to restrict the Rangers to just 207 as the lady of the moment Trollip collected 3-32 off 8.4 overs to cap off a brilliant match. Lisa Sthalekar also chipped in with 2-29 off ten overs.

Lauren Smith (86) was the standout for Sydney Rangers as she posted her second half century in three innings.

The win sees Gordon and Sydney Rangers level on 30 points after 5 fixtures.

Penrith had a comfortable five-wicket win against St George-Sutherland at Howell Oval.

Set 176 for victory, Penrith passed the total with still 14 overs remaining. It was an even batting performance with three players scoring in the thirties.

Earlier on, Nicola Carey scored 69 off just 55 balls for the visitors and Captain Clare Crewdson supported scoring an unbeaten 58.

In the round’s final fixture, Bankstown Sports cruised to a five-wicket win with 23 overs to spare against Campbelltown-Camden at Raby Oval 2.

The home side only scored 8-144 from its 50 overs with opening batsman Clare Koski (63) the standout.

Bankstown passed the required total just five wickets down at the 27 over mark.

Rachel Dick top scored with 39 not out for Bankstown where there were no less than 44 sundries.

Universities had the bye.


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