Central Eyre Peninsula dominates SAPSASA cricket

SUCCESS: Central Eyre Peninsula's winning team. Back: Balyn O'Brien, Jackson Allen, Colby Dolling, Ezra Foster, Angus Dunn, Noah Ramsey, Joey Lienert, coach Jack Kenny; front: Louis Schubert, Riley Masters, Hamish Turner, Mac Seal, Zack Bigg and Josh Crosby. Picture: Supplied
SUCCESS: Central Eyre Peninsula's winning team. Back: Balyn O'Brien, Jackson Allen, Colby Dolling, Ezra Foster, Angus Dunn, Noah Ramsey, Joey Lienert, coach Jack Kenny; front: Louis Schubert, Riley Masters, Hamish Turner, Mac Seal, Zack Bigg and Josh Crosby. Picture: Supplied

Four impressive performances saw Central Eyre Peninsula's (CEP) cricket side claim victory at this month's South Australian Primary Schools Amateur Sports Association (SAPSASA) carnival.

Central Eyre Peninsula opened its division with a dominant 194-run win against Murraylands.

CEP made 5/265 and then bowled Murraylands out for 71, with Noah Ramsey making 43, Mac Seal adding 38 runs and Ezra Foster 23.

Louis Schubert impressed with the ball to take 3/2 and Noah claimed 2/1.

Next up for Central Eyre Peninsula was a clash with Western, which proved the closest of the carnival.

Noah again did well as he made 31 not out, while Coby Dalling top-scored with 40 not out and Angus Dunn made 20 as Central Eyre Peninsula won by 22 runs.

CEP made 9/191 and bowled Western out for 169, with Jackson Allen taking 3/11 and Balyn O'Brien 3/14.

Central Eyre Peninsula's third win came against Upper South East, by 108 runs.

CEP reached 5/216 before bowling their opponents out for 108.

There was impressive batting throughout the line-up as Angus and Ezra top scored with 40 runs apiece, Jackson and Noah made 25 and Josh Crosby added 23 runs.

Hamish Turner took 3/9, while Angus and Louis each grabbed two scalps.

That saw Central Eyre Peninsula reach the grand final against Barker and again it was a dominant performance.

Central Eyre Peninsula made 5/208 and then bowled Barker out for 78 in a 130-run triumph.

Noah made 41 not out and Balyn added 40 not out, while Jackson reached 32 runs.

Mac was superb with the ball to finish with 4/3, while Josh took 3/5 and Jackson added 1/3.