WANDERERS rediscovered their blistering best to dominate the Lower Clarence Team of the Week for round 10 of the 2016/17 Maclean Bowling Club First Grade competition.

The defending premiers amassed 4 for 240 at Harwood Oval before a solid bowling effort saw Harwood restricted to 162 in reply.

>> WEEK ONE: Harwood surprise packets in LCCA Team of the Week

>> WEEK TWO: Simmons falls one run short of century

As a result, Wanderers have five in the Team of the Week, including centurion Alex Robison as captain and the side's actual captain, Joel Peterie, the only player to be named in all three teams since the concept started three weeks ago, this time for his efforts with ball in hand.  

  Check out who else made the LCCA Team of the Week (number of appearances in brackets):

LCCA TEAM OF THE WEEK

1. JACK PLATER - Wanderers (wk) (new)

SCORED 63 at the top of the order for Wanderers including the partnership of the season with centurion Alex Robison, the pair putting on 170 for the 2nd wicket.

  2. DANE MITCHELL - Harwood (2)

HARWOOD needed an anchor in their run chase and Mitchell did all he could. On any other day his 40 runs could have been a winning contribution for his side, but in the end Wanderers' total was simply too big to chase down.

>> PREVIOUS STORY: Dane on dream return to the crease

3. ALEX ROBISON - Wanderers (c) (new)

THE first centurion of the Lower Clarence season after Geoff Simmons came so close the previous week. 

Robison's attacking 102 helped his side post the biggest total of the season, 4 for 240 at Harwood Oval, and as a result has been named captain of the LCCA Team of the Week.

Check out how he brought up the triple figure milestone:  

4. TOM GERRARD - Lawrence (new)

THE mainstay of Lawrence's innings of 7 for 158 with 55. Usually a middle order batsman - and selected as such for the purposes of this team - Gerrard may have found his spot in the opener's role for Lawrence.

5. AIDAN DANIELS - Iluka (new)

THE fourth player in the Team of the Week who opened the batting for his club side, Daniels scored 55 and the usual No.3 may also have found a permanent spot at the top of the order.

6. DEAN BARTLETT - Iluka (new)

 

Dean Bartlett batting for Iluka in their LCCA first grade match against Harwood at Harwood Oval. Photo Matthew McInerney / Daily Examiner
Dean Bartlett batting for Iluka in their LCCA first grade match against Harwood at Harwood Oval. Photo Matthew McInerney / Daily Examiner Matthew McInerney

 

STEERED his side home in style with 60 not out as Iluka won by six wickets with 11.2 overs to spare.  

7. BRANDON HONEYBROOK - Wanderers (2)

HIS contribution of 33 not out hitting out in the last five overs was enough for 'Bear' to scrape into the side as the all-rounder.

Hardly required with the ball, 0-11 off 3 overs which included five no-balls.

8. JOEL PETERIE - Wanderers (3)

Joel Peterie 23: Wanderers Captain steady middle order batsman still young with plenty of cricket ahead.
Joel Peterie 23: Wanderers Captain steady middle order batsman still young with plenty of cricket ahead.

THIS man can do everything.

The Wanderers skipper and usual wicket keeper-batsman chimed in with 4 for 30 off 8 overs as the pick of the bowlers for Wanderers. 

9. DYLAN CAUSLEY - Wanderers (new)

HIS spell of 2 for 14 off 5 ended Harwood's hopes, plus a slick run out of key batsman Geoff Simmons (13).

10. KEN RICHARDS - Harwood (new)

Richards (3-49 off 8) took three of Harwood's four wickets in an otherwise hapless day in the field.

11. ZAC NEWTON - Iluka (new)

ILUKA'S bowlers shared the spoils in an all-round pleasing effort in the field, with Newton's 2 for 21 off 8 overs including two maidens the pick.

Iluka bowler Zac Newton during the LCCA match between Harwood and Iluka/Brushgrove at Harwood Oval on Saturday 22nd October 2016.
Iluka bowler Zac Newton during the LCCA match between Harwood and Iluka/Brushgrove at Harwood Oval on Saturday 22nd October 2016. Debrah Novak


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