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Liam scores 170 runs

Fourteen-year-old Liam Clement scored 170 runs as opening batsman for Umina's ninth grade team against Toukley recently.

Club publicity officer Mr Gary Blake said the Umina junior performed a starring role and proved to be the highlight of the round for the club.

"Liam and his brother Jacob are just two of a number of talented juniors playing in our ninth grade team with other regular contributors to this team including Tom Frazer, Adam Miller, Ashley Gassman and James Smith," Mr Blake said.

"As a result of the team's outstanding effort, Umina ninth grade team at 7/312 defeated Toukley with 73 runs."

In other results:

First grade - Mountains 7/167 (Craig Di Blasio 3/57, Jason Creese 2/30) and 0/45 defeated Umina 113 (Craig Di Blasio 35) and 97 (Troy Spicer 25).

Second grade - Umina 192 (Simon Woods 47 not out, Brenton Leggett 26) and 6/88 (Stephen Gregg 45) defeated Mountains 156 (David Ford 7/44) and 7/173 (Ross Watson 3/57, David Ford 2/37) first innings win.

Third grade - Umina 6/283 (Steve Glassock 98, Gary Blake 70, Andrew Glassock 37) defeated Gosford 248 (Josh Wakem 6/59) first innings win.

Fourth grade - Gosford 172 (Michael Baxter 4/50, Peter Jones 2/10, Luke Silis 2/42) and 2/169 (Luke Silis 2/7) defeated Umina 134 (Mitchell Manson 39 not out, Trent Smith 30) and 5/139 (Rick Jones 35, Peter Jones 31 David Munson 29) first innings loss.

Seventh grade - Umina defeated Doyalson on forfeit.

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