Round 1 Team of the week
Posted by Daine Vernon on Wednesday, 10 Oct 2018 at 10:52pm
Its back again in season 2018/19 and here is the team for round 1.

Rhys Marget- Just the usual 63 off 6 overs is what weíve all been accustomed to from the old fossil in the later years of his career. Got the 3s off to a blazing start and when he was dismissed the score read 1/80 off 6!


Jay Wagner- One of the clubís rising up and comers joined Rhys at the top of the order for his 1st 3s game and after watching Rhys go about his business he quietly went about his own work notching 62 in what could be a stand out year for Jay-Z


Pete Dunlop- The new 1XI captain didnít disappoint as he hit his first 50 for the club. Although opening on Saturday to get the 1s off to the perfect start and set up an impressive victory he will have to bat at 3 for this team and have the C next to his name which will probably never play a game.


Gerard Jongen- In the 2s chasing 214 against South Belgrave on a lightning fast deck, Gez couldnít match the pace of the outfield however his 42 held the innings together although they didnít get the chocolates his innings will give him plenty of confidence 


Callum O'Connor- After a long time of performing off field Carlton delivered on field, notching up an impressive 49* up at South Belgrave to give the 3s an imposing total of 3/254. Higher honours appear likely if he continues this form


Sam Bakker- After an emphatic season last summer Baxter picked up where he left off making 56 against the gators on the beautiful surface called Knox Gardens oval number 2 which helped his 4s side to 8/204 and win by over 100 runs


Jason Buljubasic-Jase is the 5th opener to make this weeks side after what looked like to be a dashing 50 from my view from the top oval, ploughing everything through point. Good to see him back in the thick of the action after a recent dry spell


Scott McInerney- After a fast start by the sharks at Fairpark the 1s score of 7/201 looked under par but those thoughts were quickly wiped away when Scotty punched the sharks out Mick Fanning style to take home the 6 points 


Daine Vernon- A quality 3/38 from the recently appointed club coachís 8 overs allowed the runs to dry up against the saints of South Belgrave where the 2s looked like chasing a score of around 240. However those two 5 wides he bowled plus a very interesting wide call wouldíve made the coach pull his hair out


Josh McGowan- Looks like those gains have been successful after all as Daineís love child took 3/35 from his 8 in the 3s. No doubt a 2s call up is beckoning so the coach can bowl in tandem with his favourite kid 


Greg Crook- Didnít expect to see crooky back for another year until I saw him down at the cricket sale at Morrabbin and the idea of only training once before the season has crossed my mind after he blazed 52* at number 9 then opened with the new pill and took 3/7 from 5 overs to smash Mountain Gate 

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