Double bowling attack

February 21, 2018

Tallarook’s wicketkeeper Travis Muir, here taking a safe catch, helped his side dismiss Yea for 144 runs by stumping opening batsman Ben Tarran for a duck. Pictures: Gus McCubbing

Before: Will Dundon, who took 4-45 off 14 overs for Tallarook, throws down a scorching delivery.

After: Dundon celebrates another wicket.

Lachlan Watts was also a destructive force, taking 4-41 off 20 overs against the Yea Tigers.


Tallarook vs Yea Tigers

Tallarook are in a strong position against Yea Tigers thanks to a two-string bowling attack that took eight wickets. Will Dundon and Lachlan Watts took four wickets each to contain Yea Tigers to 144. Ryan Akers was the best of the batsmen with 44 batting at number seven. Tallarook are well placed for victory finishing on 1/49 at stumps. Ben Tarran was looking dangerous in the bowling attack for the Tigers, bowling four maidens and taking the only wicket.

Broadford vs Kilmore

Broadford and Kilmore are stuck in a tight battle thanks to a steady 45 from Kilmore top order batsman Matthew Rose. Cameron Berry did most of the bowling for Broadford taking 2/19 from 18 overs, including an incredible 10 maidens. Nathan Woods chipped in with three wickets to hold Kilmore to a reachable total of 140. Broadford will resume play next week at 1/18 hoping to steady the innings and chase down the total. Joshua Butler was looking dangerous in the bowling attack for Broadford, bowling three maidens and taking the only wicket.

Nagambie vs Avenel

Nagambie are in a strong position against Avenel thanks to a strong bowling display from Jarryd Shepard and Joshua Sanderson who took three and four wickets respectively. Avenel were held to a modest total of 126 thanks to a superb innings from Harrison Wheeler. Wheeler was the only batsmen who could get going for Avenel scoring 57. Nagambie will resume play at 2/44 in a strong position to take the match. This would be only the third win for bottom placed Nagambie, while Avenel have already booked their place in the finals.

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