Top three win again in Women’s Senior League

Bready, Coleraine and Fox Lodge all won again on Monday night as Week 2 of the Women’s Senior League fixtures went to form across the North West. 

Champions Bready were at Eglinton and the Magheramason side claimed the points with a narrow 16-run verdict over the villagers.

Alana Dalzell top scored with 27 (although there were 30 extras in there as well) as the visitors made 98-7 from their 20 overs.

Charley Scott added 16 while Lucy Carmichael (2-19) was best with the ball for the home side.

Jenni Jackson scored 19, Alice McLaughlin 15 and Arianna McKenna 12 as Eglinton started well to reach 62-3 in reply, however Jodie Spence (4-19) and Mansi Bhavsar turned it back Bready’s way as the home side were all out for 81.

Over at Sandel Lodge, Coleraine claimed the points with a 7-wicket victory against Strabane.

Meghan Moorehead made 15 and Lucy McGranaghan 14, but the Red Caps’ top order found scoring really tough, getting 75-4 from their 20 overs.

Amy Caulfield showed her quality with an unbeaten 41 (6 fours, 1 six) and Eva Gaston chipped in with 13 as the Bannsiders made light work of the chase.

Fox Lodge also maintained their winning start as they saw off Bonds Glen at Ballymagorry.

Sarah Black was again in great form with the bat- hitting 10 fours in her 69 while Hannah McLaughlin added an unbeaten 30 and Lucy Neely 26 in a total of 158-3.

Sophie Curry (3-37) was the pick of the Bee Gees’ bowlers, however only skipper Karen Haslett (29) got among the runs in reply as the visitors were restricted to 89-6.

 

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