Round Six of the Female A-Grade 50-Over competition saw the
points shared across the four competing teams, with both games, including a top-of-the-table
Top pair Midland-Guildford and Melville were set to lock
horns at Tompkins Park, but following last week’s unseasonal rain, the match
was abandoned, along with the South Perth-University clash at Richardson Park.
As a result, the ladder remains unchanged, with Melville and
Midland-Guildford still occupying the top two spots respectively after the pair’s
big wins in Round Five over University and Subiaco-Floreat respectively.
South Perth will be frustrated, missing out on the chance to move
top with a potential win against bottom-placed University, and remain outside the top two
only on quotient.
The Sky Blues can jump back into the top two with a win over
Midland-Guildford in Sunday week’s Round Seven clash at Lilac Hill.
The Lions host the Storm at Floreat Park in the other round sEven
match, while University have the bye.
This Sunday sees Midland-Guildford play South Perth in the
Female A-Grade T20 Grand Final at the WACA Ground, with the first ball at