Swingers can't be budged

Round 10 has been run and won in the Busselton T20 Corporate Cricket Competition.

Game 1 had the Lemons up against the Fine Legs, in what was sure to be a cracker of a game.

Scadds continued his great season, with a 10 ball 26 to retire quickly, (he eventually hit 31 off 13 balls!). Dylan Johanson hit a run a ball 29, while Cam Hall hit a 20 ball 38 to top score foe the game.

A total of 155 would be touch and go for the Leg's, as the Lemon's average score has been mid 140's.

The Lemon's opened up with Ben Gerrans and their big recruit, Grant Garstone, but it was Garstone who was dismissed first, scoring just two runs.

Gerrans retired on 25, while the most improved this season, Ben Horrocks, retired again, hitting an unbeaten 25.

Jess Dornan and Steve Ritchie both retired on 28 while Mitch Gerrans hit an unbeaten 18.

The Lemons strolled to victory with over an over to go, with the loss of only 3 wickets.

Game 2 had the Swingers comfortably victorious over the Son's of Pitches, with a great bowling display by the Swingers had the Pitches kept to 109 from their 20 overs.

Alex Gibson's 2 for 14 from 2 overs was the pick of the bowlers. 20 runs from Craig Bazzell, 22 from Dennis Armour and an unbeaten 20 from Ethan Miles, were the best of the batsmen.

In reply, Brendan Cribb, (25 retired), Jackson Arbon, (24) and Tye Denton, (27 not out) did as their name suggested, and swung the bat at everything to take their score to 2 for 88 from just 7 overs.

The last 22 runs were scored off the next 2.5 overs and the Swingers cemented their spot on top of the ladder.

Game 3 had the Jack of All Trades batting first against the Match Fixers. Ash Leaney hit 18 opening the batting, while Benny blasted 36 at number three.

Lachy Campbell hit 12 runs as the Jack's scored 118 from their 20 overs. Sharpy's 2 for 7 from 2 overs was the standout bowler for the innings.

When the Match Fixers were 3 for 29, the game was on, and with 32 not out from skipper Docking, the Fixers were in the box seat.

Seiber hit 19 while Sharp was run out for 14 as Dave La Motte took 3 wickets to keep the Fixers to 115 from their 20 overs and secure a 3 run win for the Jacks.

Game of the week had the Heavy Rollers hit 153 from their 20 overs, with 24 runs from Shanks, 20 from Garry, and 19 from Dean Jones and Nick Kraus, while Mitch Broun's unbeaten 25 runs at number 10 was a highlight.

The Bin Chooks batting side was ominous, but early wickets fell to have the Chooks 2 for 6 in the second over.

Twenty-two runs from Leaney, Dancer's unbeaten 26, Chris Brook's 22, and Tom Paynes unbeaten 28, and the Bin Chooks scraped over the line on the second last ball of the match.