Lendlease Breaker Naomi Stalenberg scored her first Women's McDonald’s Premier Cricket century, just 8 days after scoring 114 against the touring English team for the Cricket Australia XI.
Playing for Penrith, Stalenberg made 121 off 97 balls including a 99-run third-wicket partnership with Mikayla Hinkley (25) which steadied the ship after Penrith found themselves 2/1 in the second over against Northern District.
She also dominated a fifth-wicket wicket 69- run partnership with Kate Jackson (18).
Northern District made 7-208 before Stalenberg’s heroics allowed Penrith, to chase down their total in the 47th over with one wicket to spare.
Stalenberg made over half Penrith’s score as she continues to press her case for Australian selection.
At Ryde Oval, Gordon made light work of a modest Sydney total of 122, chasing it down in 28 overs for the loss of only one wicket.
Emma Doutreband took 5-16 for Gordon, with Hannah Trollip (46) and Mary Molloy (43*) doing the damage with the bat.
It was a thriller at Glenn McGrath Oval as Bankstown Sports grabbed a hard- fought win over St George-Sutherland.
Roxsanne Van-Veen, 60 (50 balls), top scored for St-George Sutherland in their total of 8-244.
Madeline Penna led the run chase for Bankstown with 81 (75 balls) allowing here side to scorr the winning runs in the final over.
Maddy Darke made 79 as Universities posted a comfortable win over Campbelltown-Camden at Alan Davidson Oval.
Universities made 9-199 from their 50 overs and dismissed the Ghosts for just 135 (42.1) in reply.
With six rounds now played, Bankstown Sports top the ladder on 34 points with Sydney and Gordon second and third, both on 24 points.