Sportsmans and Wanderers were big winners in respective Young Motors Women’s Cricket League matches on Sunday. At Mazzuchelli Oval, Sporties’ Jess Wake had a memorable day against Chapman Valley-Northampton recording her maiden 50 and career best bowling figures. Sporties batted first after captain Jo Walker won the toss and tallied 6-198 off their 30 overs. Belinda Burrows (46) and Tia Hatch (17) put on a mostly untroubled 44 for the first wicket and then Wake (60) and Burrows rattled up 60 more. Wake hit a six and nine fours. Stacey McCartney (24 not out) and Amanda Gundry (29) finished with a stand of 62. Natasha Skaines (2-31) and Kate Clarkson (2-49) were the most successful bowlers. CVN, a player short and without Kylie Bremner, in NSW with a WA Veterans team, struggled in the reply scoring just 9-43 off 17.5 overs. Only Clarkson (11) and Jess Wilson (10) made double figures. Wake (4-21) and Walker (3-9) went through them while Hatch bowled four maidens and took the wicket of Allee Bartlett who made a welcome return to cricket. At GBSC Park, Towns skipper Ruth Vorster won the toss and sent Wanderers in but to no avail as the defending premiers rattled up 4-178. Meg Spalding (26) and Ashlyn Thompson (15) put on a brisk 44 for the first wicket and Charli Bidwell (44 not out), Olivia Bidwell (23) and Abby Green (34) also shone. Shannon Stubbs (2-33) was the best of the bowlers. Towns collapsed to 5-8 in their innings as Thompson (3-10) and Olivia Bidwell (2-14) went to work. They recovered to a more respectable 7-70 after a patient Alisha Scarff (12 not out) saw off the better bowlers and then the part-timers in an 88-ball resistance, and Indiana Burns notched 25 not out.