A Big Week of Cricket! Franklin Rowing Report 

SVC 1st XI Lose Saunders-Di Venuto Shield 

After eight successive wins the 1st XI lost the coveted trophy last Friday at Hutchins. Poor early fielding and bowling enabled the Hutchins batters to get away to a flying start before good bowling from Jacob Goodsell and  James Wilson restricted Hutchins to 9-163.

Our innings started slowly and the loss of wickets at regular intervals made the chase very difficult and ultimately beyond our grasp with SVC eventually being dismissed for 138.

Pick of the batsman were Captain Will Sartori 46, Jacob Blackwell 21 and Jacob Goodsell 20.

 

SATIS T20 Tournament 

The 1st XI travelled to Launceston on Sunday evening in preparation for the their defence of the T20 crown won last year. We made a great start on Day 1 winning both games but were eventually undone by eventual premier GYC, a team featuring seven of our premiership players from last season!

Oliver Kelly was Player of the Tournament for SVC with his power hitting dispatching unsuspecting bowlers to all parts of the ground.

Results

Game 1

SVC 1-108 defeated Scotch Oakburn 2-107 

Will Sartori 58 no (35), Oliver Kelly 37no (22)

Game 2

SVC 8-117 defeated St Brendan Shaw 9-116 

Oliver Kelly 53 (35), Bryce Alomes 33 (38), Kaidel Wilson 8no including a four off the last ball to win the game! Kaidel also took 3-6. Darcy Allen 2-24

Game 3 

SVC 9-106 lost to GYC 7-135 

Oliver Kelly 23 (22), Bryce Alomes 26 (28), Will Sartori 28 (30)

Bryce Alomes 2-20, Lachlan Nichols 2-43,

Game 4 - Play Off for 3rd 

SVC 9-96 lost to Launceston Grammar School 6-114 

Tom Moore 18 (37), James Wilson 19 (14), Darcy Allen 12 no (6)

Bryce Alomes 2-24

 

Franklin Rowing Regatta 

Well done to all of our SVC rowers who competed at the Southern Junior Sculling Regatta at Franklin last Saturday. It was great to see a sea of blue, with 50 SVC junior rowers taking to the water. The rowing program has been growing exponentially over the past two seasons and St Virgil's now has one of the largest and most competitive junior squads in the state. The boys showed they will be a force to reckon with this season achieving a host of promising results. The boys also competed admirably at State Pennant 5 and the Northern Junior Sculling Regatta in weeks prior. Our rowers will now look forward to a three week break over the moratorium before racing continues in January 2021.

Notable results from Saturday's racing:

U13 Schoolboys quad - 1st place Division 1; 1st place Division 2

U13 Schoolboys double - 1st place Division 1; 1st place Division 2, 2nd place Division 3

U13 Schoolboys single - 1st place Division 1, 2nd and 3rd place Division 2, 1st place Division 3; 2nd place Division 4

U14 Schoolboys quad - 1st place in Division 2

U14 Schoolboys double - 1st place Division 1; 2nd place Division 2; 2nd place Division 3; 2nd place Division 4.

U14 Schoolboys single - 1st place Division 1

U15 Schoolboys quad - 2nd place Division 1; 2nd place Division 2

U15 Schoolboys double - 2nd fastest time

U15 Schoolboys single - 1st Division 1, 1st Division 2, 1st Division 3, 1st Division 4, 2nd Division 5, 2nd Division 6.