sport reports week 6 term 4 2020


Team Date of Game Result SASC Player of the Match
SASC U’7  20/11/20
SASC U’9  20/11/20
SASC U’10  21/11/20
SASC U’11  21/11/20 L: 6/95 – 3/202
SASC U’13 Red  21/11/20
SASC U’13 Blue  21/11/20 Report
SASC U’14  21/11/20 L: 9/69 – 7/75 Seth Wilson
SASC U’15  21/11/20
Opens  21/11/20 W: 6/125 – All out/58 Tom Siede – 45 runs and 2 wickets

Under 13s

This week the boys were up against St Pats. This was an exciting fixture as both teams were sitting with similar results of 2 wins and 2 losses. This week it was announced that Lachlan Munns would be our captain for the remainder of the season partnered with Archer Ryan as his vice-captain to assist him throughout the season.

Starting off as the full-time captain Lachlan, unfortunately, loss the toss. This sent us into the field with Callum Munns (0/10) and Will Host (0/11) opening the bowling. The energy was high this week after the loss in Blaney due to poor bowling and fielding effort. This was shown as the improvement was clear to see. Although there weren’t any early wickets to show for their effort, the boys continued to work hard while being patient. The first wicket came from the bowling of Lachlan Munns (1/5) followed by another quick one from Archer Ryan (1/3) from the other end. This took St Pats to drink at 2/59. After drinks, another wicket quickly fell from the bowling of Grayson Jacobson (1/4). This collapse left St Pats at 3/64 after 14 overs. Some strong resilience from St Pats managed to get themselves to a total of 4/122 after 22 overs, giving SASC Blue a target of 123 for the win.

Opening the batting for us this week was Ben Reynolds (1) and Tyler Copson (11). Ben was dismissed early, this leaving Tyler to carry the team to a good start. After arguing the fact that Tyler himself was not fit to be an opener he went out and play strongly to get us off to a good start, coming saying he’d be happy to do so again. In came Liam White who went to the crease with a determination not seen this season. With the pressure of the increasing heat, he put his down and began to work. Tyler and himself scored well, reaching 41 before Tyler was given out LBW. This brought Lachlan Munns to the crease to assist an already confident Liam who was on 18 at this point. With both finding the runs easy to find, they put on a commanding partnership of 63 runs before Liam had reached his half-century and retire from the innings. This innings from Liam was a special one as in his 51 runs he had scored 42 of them through boundaries. Next in was a confident Archer after scoring his own half-century the week before. Between the two they were able to reach the target of 123 to secure the win leaving Lachlan on 32* and Archer 1* to finish things off. This gave us the win by 8 Wickets. This was a commanding victory that should give all players involved much confidence leading into our next game.

A huge congratulations to our player of the day Liam White for his score of 51*. I look forward to his efforts throughout the season.

Josh Willcox (Coach)


The Under 14’s had their match moved to the turf at Morse, so it was always going to be an interesting morning playing on an unfamiliar surface. Having won the toss, SASC elected to bat but found the turf challenging. The Bushrangers team were able to get on top early, particularly one bowler who found swing and movement to rattle the stumps of the top order. It took some consolidation from Seth Wilson and Paddy McKiernan later in the innings for SASC to post a respectable 69. It was a good recovery after a bleak start. The boys fielded and bowled with vigour, trying everything to defend their small total. They were in the match right to the end with Charlie Rendall and Tim Anderson bowling fantastically each bagging two wickets during their spells. Bushrangers had to work for every run and SASC should be proud of their efforts in the field. A highlight was a fantastic catch taken by Patterson Abel, who later came on and bowled out Bushrangers’ strongest batter. In the end, the runs were not enough to defend and they went down. However, it was pleasing to see some strong desire in all the boys to push for a win and they should be back on top very soon. All the boys should be commended for their effort and attitude on Saturday, despite being down they never once go frustrated, but kept their heads up and, most importantly, enjoyed a bit of cricket in the late Spring sunshine.

Leigh Morrisey (Coach)

Under 15s

Last Saturday we took a journey down the Great Western Highway to take on Lithgow at Glanmire 4. Noah opened the bowling and took 2 wickets in the first over to have us well on top. However, Lithgow rallied and put on a big partnership to get back into the game. Xavier then took a handy few wickets to help stem the tide, with Lithgow finishing 5/108. Although our progress was steady, our team struggled to bat at the run rate required. The slow outfield did not help, although the aggressive intent of Zane (30no) and Lachie M (21no) showed that runs could still be rapidly scored. They saw the team home with an over to spare. The Player of the Week is Lachie M, “The Finisher”, who has guided us to victory two games in a row in high-pressure situations. Well done!

Spencer Goddard (Coach)


Team Date of Game Result SASC Player of the Match
Scots All Saints Diamonds  18/11/20
Scots All Saints Emeralds  18/11/20 L: 4 – 12 Nate Grabham
Scots All Saints Lions  18/11/20 W: 29 – 26


Joshua Inwood
Scots All Saints Leopards  18/11/20 L: 14 – 64 Peter Craft
SASC 1st V Girls  19/11/20 L: 26-44 Mia Baggett
SASC Zero  19/11/20 L: 18 – 46 Matilda Proctor
SASC 1st V Boys  19/11/20
Scots All Saints Hurricanes 20/11/20 W: 27-17 Lucas Kamper
Scots All Saints Typhoons 20/11/20 L: 17 – 27 Phoenix Mcgirr
Scots All Saints Pumas 20/11/20
Scots All Saints Cyclones 20/11/20 L: 24 – 62 Lily Phillips
SASC 2nd V Boys 20/11/20
SASC Highlanders 20/11/20
SASC Celtics 20/11/20
SASC Mules 20/11/20
SASC Hawkes 20/11/20
SASC Avo-Cardio 20/11/20

SASC 1st Girls

This week we played OGM, a team made up of Bathurst representative players. This challenge is made more difficult when we were missing one of our representative players. Still, the girls have resolved not to be intimidated and have been making significant improvements each week. We easily won the jump at the start of the game and Lucy finished a lay-up to put us in the lead. We adjusted our offensive structure so we were better able to transition to defence and were effective in reducing their fast break opportunities. A couple of their outside shots went in early to put us behind again but the team stuck to the plan of playing deep in the key and denying easy shots close to the basket. Lauren picked off a couple of passes and Poppy was using her height to full effect to grab a few rebounds. Mia is starting to learn to position well in defence and got a block on a fast break to stop a certain basket. Jenna and Lucy were running the floor well while Callie was up to her usual tricks burrowing to the basket to make lay-ups. Liddian was once again effective in moving the ball down the court and proved her versatility when she moved up to a guard spot in defence. As the game went on, we were holding our own and would have been very close on the scoreboard but for some wayward shots under the basket. When we applied our passing skills we were able to get good shots away and be in a position to grab offensive rebounds. At one stage we had six shots in a row from the key without a single basket. In the end this is what stopped us from being much closer but all the signs are there that we will be a force to be reckoned with at the business end of the season.

Final Score: 26-44

Best Player: Mia Baggett

Michael Germech (Coach)

SASC Zeros

Zeros V Future Champs

Another tough loss for the Zeros. We came out strong for the first 10 minutes but we could not sustain any pressure against the ‘Future Champs’. Our scoring touch from last week disappeared steadily throughout the first half. It did not deter the girls from having a multitude of chances and making our opposition work for their points. Again, strong defense from Montana Ardley and Megan Redpath. Matilda Proctor had a strong second half scoring her personal best baskets and was strong on the boards. Holly Stokes continued her excellent play and led the team in scoring. Adding to our team is Grace Evans, she has returned from a finger injury and played an inspired game adding some muscle and tenacity to the team.
This week we continued to work on our shooting, rebounding, defensive coverage in the key, pretty much everything. We hope to have a strong performance this week. Remember girls, ‘Zero’ excuses. Keep up the good fight, smiles and laughter.

Final Score: 18 V 46

Mr. D. Bailey (Coach)

Touch Football


The conditions were near perfect after a very warm start during the day for team Pegasus’s. The game between two SASC (Pegasus’s and Whirlpool) teams was highly contested with both teams being evenly matched in both defence and attack. This was reflected with the early touch down for touch down by the two teams. The Pegasus’s in the late stages of the game scored to claim their first victory of the season after two draws prior. There were many high light performances throughout the game with all players rising to the occasion. The player of the match goes to Charlotte Mitchell for her excellent defence and strong gap running. Game score 5-3

Chris Walsh (Coach)


Team Date of Game Result SASC Player of the Match
SASC 21/11/20 W: 12.5 – 5.5 Sarah Edwards, Jess Mills, Callum Duncan-Keen

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