BDCA 2022/23: Hay Park look to bounce back while Marist continue chase for first win

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Hay Park's Molly Lincoln.
Camera IconHay Park's Molly Lincoln. Credit: Carly Laden/South Western Times

With the Bunbury & Districts Cricket Association returning from a week off this weekend, Hay Park will be looking to bounce back from a tough loss.

Hay Park will be hosting Marist during the fifth round of the BDCA’s Women’s competition, chasing their third win of the season.

Hay Park sit in fourth place on the ladder with a 2-2 record.

Despite managing several early wickets to keep Colts to 6/122, along with a solid batting effort from Bronwyn Walker (55), Hay Park found themselves falling short of chasing down Colts, finishing 7/108.

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Hay Park's Rebecca Clemons makes a swing.
Camera IconHay Park's Rebecca Clemons makes a swing. Credit: Carly Laden/South Western Times

Meanwhile, Marist will be continuing to chase their first win of the season after falling short of shutting down Leschenault last fortnight.

Marist sit in fifth place on the ladder with a 0-1-2 record, beating out sixth place Dalyellup by seven wickets.

After managing 4/75 after 20 overs, Marist were firing out the gate against Leschenault with several early wickets.

However, once Leschenault got going, there was no stopping them, with the Green Caps surpassing them at 5/76 in less than 18 overs.

Elsewhere, Dalyellup and Eaton will do battle for their first win of the season at Ocean Forest, and Leschenault will look to break Donnybrook’s undefeated streak on home turf at the Leschenault Recreation Ground.

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