The Greater Northern Raiders young guns again dominated the batting scorecard against Kingborough.
The four batters to reach double figures are among the youngest players in the team, which coach Tim Coyle said justified throwing them in the Cricket Tasmania Premier League deep end.
Cooper Anthes led the way with an excellent 83 at the top of the order, off 138 deliveries and featuring just four boundaries.
Sam O'Mahony (27) and Spencer Hayes (34) kept Anthes company before some late big hitting from Alex Wynwood (51) took the team tally to 229 off 68.3.
Despite admitting it would have been nice to reach 250, Coyle was proud of his youngsters.
"It was a really good partnership between Cooper and Sam (of 60) after losing a couple of early wickets and then Cooper and Spencer (of 70)," he said.
"Great innings by Cooper. It was a really tough period early and he really did play well. We've asked him to open the batting and he's really taken that on board.
"He's 18, like Spencer and Alex. It's great to see these kids grab an opportunity at this level and play well. I'd like to think Cricket Tasmania watch this very closely and those names in particular, and Sam O'Mahony, are putting their hands up."
Coming in at seven, Wynwood was in devastating form, smashing his team's only six off Tigers and Hurricanes spinner Clive Rose in the 62nd over, hitting three fours in four balls in the 63rd and then, in consecutive deliveries, bringing up his half-century with a straight drive back past the bowler then caught on the square leg boundary going for another maximum to give Cam Walter the figures of 4-70.
In reply, Kingborough reached 2-48 at stumps with Nivethan Radhakrishran not out on 22.
The match concludes next Saturday.
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