Panthers have started their T20 campaign with back to back losses and will be searching for their first win of the season when they face Western Bulls this weekend.
After winning the toss and batting, Panthers were in a reasonable position at 2-69 at the ten over mark.
Until some crafty bowling from Trent Cameron (2-12) and Spooner (2-19) slowed things down to be 6-136 at the change of innings.
Panthers Captain Benjamin Ryan said his sides run rate was too low throughout the innings.
"We could have gone a bit harder with the bat, although Nick Donker (57) and Aidan Green (33) batted well," Ryan said.
Blackstars found themselves in cruise control the entire innings chasing down Panthers total with out losing a single wicket and five overs to spare.
Ryan praised Blackstar openers Andrew Cullis (51) and Trent Cameron (69).
"Our bowling suited their batsmen, they were able to pick the gaps well and hit plenty of boundaries," he said
"We were also down a man but their opening batsmen won the game for them, they batted really well."
The second game saw Western Bulls win the toss and bat first against Cavaliers.
The Bulls could only manage 107 thanks to Cavs tidy bowling, particularity Melwen (2-18) and Adrian (1-10).
Fitzgerald top scored for the Bulls with (31) .
The Cavs made light work of their chase off the back of Hall (30*) getting his side over the line at the 14 over mark and only losing four wickets 4-110.
Bulls captain Callum Jones praised all of his players.
"I though all of our bowlers did really well and our batters got the job done," Jones said.
This weekend Panthers vs Western Bulls at 10am and Cavs vs Blackstars at 2pm with both games being played at Captain Cook Oval.
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