ONE Warrnambool and District Cricket Association representative has started her Western Victoria Girls Shield in impressive fashion.
Nestles' Annabelle Glossop smashed 113 not out off 70 balls in the under 16s 111-run victory over Sunraysia at Hamilton on Tuesday.
In her first game of the tournament the Essendon Maribyrnong Park player scored 57 not out in the WDCA's nine-wicket win against Wimmera.
The Mortlake product is averaging a staggering 184 in the opening four games of the tournament. She has also taken two wickets.
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The under 16 girls played Geelong in their second game on Tuesday.
The under 18 girls also defeated Sunraysia with West Warrnambool's Mercy Smith scoring a half-century.
Nirranda's Sophie Walsh did most of the damage with the ball, taking 3-8 in the 35-run victory.
In the under 14 tournament Warrnambool Gold scored its second and third wins of the week against Wimmera (one run) and Ballarat (eight runs).
Russells Creek's Scarlett O'Donnell was the star in the opening game making 33 and taking 2-7 with the ball.
Warrnambool Blue's winless run continued with defeats to Sunraysia Green (52 runs) and Colac (eight wickets).
At Portland under 13 boys country week Warrnambool Blue and South West Gold are undefeated after four games.
Blue defeated Hamilton Gold, Mount Gambier two, Wimmera and Hamilton Green while Gold beat Portland, Warrnambool Gold, Mount Gambier two and Horsham.
Warrnambool Gold's wins have come against Horsham, South West Green and their second loss was to Mount Gamier one.
South West Green have one win and two losses. They had a bye in final round of the day on Tuesday.
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