Kevin Gillin bends his back for Rochester Tigers against Echuca on Saturday.
bowled out for 109 in 38.3 overs.
Seven of eight Echuca bowlers took a wicket in a strong team performance.
Tigers’ president Ray George was disappointed with the side’s recent results, but said things were looking up for the club.
‘‘It’s a bit unfortunate really. We had Kyabram on toast and didn’t win and we should have beaten Echuca but our batting was poor,’’ he said.
‘‘We’ve got a good side on paper but we’re not producing like we should, and we’re probably one x-factor player short.
‘‘But it’s been a lot better than last season and we’re coming along well. Our other grades have been quite competitive too where last year they weren’t doing so well.’’