Wangoom captain Jethro Serle blasts century and half century in Grassmere Cricket Association twenty20s

FAREWELL: Grassmere Cricket Association players take a minute's silence in honour of  John 'Jakes' McDonald who passed away on Wednesday. Picture: Christine Ansorge
FAREWELL: Grassmere Cricket Association players take a minute's silence in honour of John 'Jakes' McDonald who passed away on Wednesday. Picture: Christine Ansorge

WANGOOM captain Jethro Serle put on a masterclass as the Roosters scored two wins in the Grassmere Cricket Association’s twenty20 carnival.

Serle blasted 135 in the Roosters’ 192-run demolition of Mailors Flat and backed it up with 60 in their win over Killarney on Sunday.

Wangoom scored an impressive 2-274 in 18 overs against the Jets.

Andrew Malone (55) and Heath Anderson (57) complemented Serle.

“We got going early and our ground is pretty small so we hit a lot of sixes and boundaries,” Serle said.

“It was a big score and it was good to see.”

Serle said he was proud of the Roosters’ response after they were bundled out for 101 on day one of their two-day clash with Panmure on Saturday. The Grassmere association used its twenty20 carnival to pay tribute to stalwart John ‘Jakes’ McDonald who passed away on Wednesday, aged 88.