National Under-19 Tournament: Round 2

Three players scored centuries as the second round of the National Under-19 tournament got underway at Lincoln.

Brad Rodden of Otago, Canterbury’s Corey Anderson and Andrew de Boorder of Auckland reached three figures for their respective sides.

Each of the six teams had already played one three day game before their arrival in Lincoln.

At the Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Canterbury took on Northern Districts with Anderson’s 121 off 92 balls guiding them out of trouble.

Canterbury’s innings concluded at 225 all out, having been 115 for five before Anderson boosted their total.

Martin Kain then took three wickets for only seven runs as ND fell to 25/3, progressing to 75/6 at stumps.

At Lincoln Green, Otago won the toss and batted and were 294 for five at stumps after an excellent fourth wicket partnership of 145 between Brayden Hill (84) and Rodden (109).

Wellington won the toss and fielded, but Auckland flourished to make 296 for seven at stumps. De Boorder scored 110 off 190 balls, and Bradley Cachopa 67.

Round 2 short scoreboards

Canterbury 255 (Corey Anderson 121, Sam Noster 34, Tim Southee 3/75, Michael Dodunski 3/80) met Northern Districts 75/6 (Martin Kain 3/7)

Auckland 296/7 (Andrew de Boorder 110, Bradley Cachopa 67) met Wellington

Otago 294/5 (Brad Rodden 109, Campbell Clark 63, Brayden Hill 84) met Central Districts

Round 1 short scoreboards
Auckland v ND, Papatoetoe Recreation Ground
ND 150 (Grant Bell 31, Ajaz Patel 4/37, Greg Morgan 6/29) and 264 (Michael Dodunski 92*, Steven Rae 37, Dean Bartlett 3/36, Ajaz Patel 3/36) beat Auckland 138 (Andrew De Boorder 78, Tim Southee 4/44, Trent Boult 3/38, Michael Dodunski 3/29) and 32/0 on the first innings

Wellington v CD, QEII Park, Masterton
Wellington 211 (Michael Green 35, Fraser Colson 79) and 306 (Fraser Colson 74, Aaron Pennell 117, George Worker 3/52) lost to CD 336 (George Worker 126, Michael Taiaroa 125, Ronald Karaitiana 4/61) and 182/6 (Villi Tosi 53, George Worker 38, Michael Taiaroa 46*) by 4 wickets

Otago v Canterbury, Centennial Park, Oamaru
Canterbury 186 (Ryan McCone 44, Peter Breen 3/58, Cameron Rutherford 3/22) and 174/4 dec. (Chris Bartholomeusz 54, Sam Noster 89*, Peter Breen 3/26) beat Otago 72 (Brayden Hill 40*, Ben Langrope 5/21) and 67 (Iain King 7/16) outright by 221 runs

Points (after Round 1)
Canterbury 8
Central Districts 8
Northern Districts 2
Auckland 0
Wellington 0
Otago 0


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