Wynyard, led by Phoebe Barnett, has overcome a "very polished" Latrobe outfit to secure back-to-back victories in the third round of Cricket North West Women's action. The Tigers bowled the Demons out for 76 runs in the 18th over of the first innings, before chasing down the required total in the 19th, with four wickets to spare on Saturday, November 25. Despite being tested in the run chase, Tigers' coach Phil Bradley was delighted to see his side walk away with another win. "It was a good win for us. It looked like bad weather was going to take over but we got through the game and it was played in good spirits," Bradley said. "Latrobe are a very polished side but our girls came out on top, which was good." Bradley was quick to highlight the efforts of Barnett, who took 4/6 in an eye-catching performance with the ball. "For a girl that travels all the way from George Town every week it was impressive to see, without her we were in trouble last night," he said. Demons' bowler Zoe Sharman also took four wickets, while middle-order batter Payton Fulton was the best with the bat, scoring 23 off 25. In the round's other match, Sheffield continued its unbeaten start to the 2023/24 season, with a 29-run win over Devonport at home. The Mountaineers were 1-9 early in the piece, before all-rounder Samantha Cotton stepped out to the crease and scored 39 runs off 28 balls, leading her side to 4/103 in the first innings. Cotton struck again in the second innings, taking 3/14 with the ball and guiding her side to a comfortable win, after restricting the Orions to 7/74 in 16 overs. Madeline Clarke and Bridie Smith took two wickets each for Devonport, while Martina Steven scored 18 off 25 to be the best with the bat for the Orions.