New Zealand Herald – Levin Old Boys and Horowhenua Kāpiti representative opening batsman Dion Sanson continued his brilliant form to lead his side to victory over Weraroa Cricket Club on the newly laid block at Donnelly Park over the weekend.

Summary

  • Levin Old Boys and Horowhenua Kāpiti representative opening batsman Dion Sanson continued his brilliant form to lead his side to victory over Weraroa Cricket Club on the newly laid block at Donnelly Park over the weekend.
  • Batting first Levin Old Boys scored an imposing 271 all out off 49.5 overs, with Sanson’s 106 the cornerstone of the innings.
  • Dobson arrived at the crease and continued the good work combining with Good to push the total to 95 before Good’s departure for 47 gave the Levin Old Boys outfit the opening they had been looking for.
  • Carl Trask hit 22 despite being hampered by injury but it was to no avail as Levin Old Boys were able to wrap up the innings and end Weraroa’s innings on 222 to record a commanding 49 run win.
  • Kāpiti Old Boys went about setting a total and it was Marty Harrison who led the way scoring a typically aggressive 79 off only 51 balls at the top of the innings in a knock that featured three 6s and nine 4s.


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