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Banham, Dell go big as the cup kicks off

Maiden first grade tons to Ulverstone’sDarren Banham and Devonport’s Tyler Dell helped guide their sides to opening round Greater Northern Cup victories on Saturday.
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PRESSURE: Ulverstone’s Brent Munday stays in his crease as the ball flies towards the stumps on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston

Banham made 101 from 138 balls, with seven fours and five sixes, as Ulverstone totalled8-231 against Launceston at UCI Oval.

James Smith chipped in with 35 from 32 balls as the home team built a score that proved far too great against the Lions, with Dom Rawlings taking 3-43 from 10 overs and Cameron Lynch 2-25 off seven.

Lynch made it a fine all-round game with a run-a-ball 54, but save for an unbeaten 29 from 36 balls from Rowan Smith, the visitorsshowed no real resistance and were dismissed for 172 in 49.3 overs.

Brent Munday took 3-25 from 9.3 overs and Smith 2-30 from his 10for Ulverstone.

Wicketkeeper Dell made 120 from 111 balls, with 12 fours and six sixes asDevonport made270 against South Launceston at the NTCA No.2.

Launceston’s Dom Rawlings tries to make the run out as Ulverstone’s Damien Devries sprints back

Import Anish Paraam contributed 40from 69 balls, Bruce Will 33 from 27 and Samuel Fogg 27 from 31.

The wickets were shared by South, withJack and Casey Young, Alec Smith and Mark Nutting taking two each.In reply, Southfinished at 7-161, with John Hayes making 52 from 88 balls.

Paraamfinished a fine debut with 2-13 with his left-arm spin, with Fogg (2-25) andChristopher Lindsay (2-33) also chipping in.

Ulverstone’s James Smith flicks one away.

Latrobe did the job against Riverside, winning by 28 runs.

The Demons mae 5-240, thanks to 81 from Callan Morse and an unbeaten 45 from Jacob Webb.

They bowled out the Blues for 212 in the 49thover, with Scottish import Neil Flack taking 3-36 from 10 overs.

Wynyard startedwith a 157-run loss against Mowbray at home.

The Eagles had contributions from John Le Fevre (56), Alex Jordan (49), Rohan Pooley (47) and Jerome Illingworth (29) as they amassed8-273.

Bhodi Johnstone (2-54), Dane Townsend (2-33), and Brendan Wilcox (2-21) finished among the wickets for Wynyard.

They could muster just 116 in response, with just three players (Gregg Sharman with 38, skipper Brodie Stokes 26 not out and Johnston with 18) reaching double figures.

Illingworth did the damage for Mowbray, collecting 6-11 from 8.3 overs.

Burnie fell to Westburyat Ingamells Oval by 77 runs, with the home team making 5-231 from their 50 overs thanks to 91 from Dane Anderson.

In response, Brodie Hayescarriedhis bat with 51 from 109 balls, but had nosupport as the Hurricanes were bowled out for 154.

Michael Lukic too 4-45off 7.3 oversto do the damage for Westbury.

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