A destructive display of hitting from Rovers FC’s Josh Harvey was the highlight of the Port Hedland Cricket Association’s Ray Stoddart Shield T20 last week. Rovers FC lost the toss and were sent in by Wanderers, but started well with Jack Want (28) and Adam McLeod (17) combining for a 40-run opening stand. Wanderers got back in the game, taking 3-18 before Dylan Ross and Harvey combined for a 101-run fourth-wicket stand. Ross (53 off 42) was solid and made the Wanderers bowlers pay, whilst Harvey was a class above, blasting the opposition to all parts on his way to 55 off 24. Rovers FC finished the innings on 8-186 despite another duck from Jordan Cirulis, and started well the with ball to have Wanderers 4-32 early. Wanderers Ryan Steel did his best to steady his side as he passed 50, but ran of partners. Steel was dismissed for 53 off 31 and was the only Wanderers batter to make it passed single figures as they were bowled out for 91 in the 16th over, Nathaniel Fielding being the pick of the bowlers with 3-18 from four. In the other match on Wednesday, South Hedland had a dominant victory over Hedland Lions thanks to a stellar bowling effort. Patrick Miller starred for the visitors, taking 6-15 off four as the Lions were dismissed for 79 in the 18th over. In reply, Narren Gandhi got South Hedland off to a flyer with 43 off 38, before Arnav Ajwani finished the job to hand the side a eight wicket win. In the Miners versus Port Hedland match, Taurean Williams (81) and Razi Zain (61) were too good, helping their side set a target of 4-194. Port Hedland tried their best in response, with a handful of players making starts, but were ultimately outclassed and finished the match 8-119.