Euroa Gazette - - SPORTS - By KELLI HILL

the con­clu­sion of play the host side was vic­to­ri­ous by 20 shots, gain­ing the full quota of points (14) for the day’s ef­fort.

Scores: G Hate­ley, B Dono­van, K Dono­van, T Hib­bert (s) 29 de­feated M Cox’s team 13.

A Wil­lis, L Un­der­wood, M Black, B Smith (s) 26 de­feated L Shilling’s team 22.

It was good to see Mary back on the green af­ter her stint on the side­lines.

We would like to say a big thank you to Iris for step­ping in as sub­sti­tute for the Kyabram side.

The club cham­pi­onship matches are well un­der way with the mid­week com­pe­ti­tion now at the fi­nal stage and more matches in the week­end com­pe­ti­tion were played last Sun­day.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to all the win­ners; good luck in your next matches.

Last Fri­day the club hosted a ‘Mys­tery Tea and Twi­light Bowls’ evening and there was a large crowd in at­ten­dance who en­joyed a wide va­ri­ety of dishes pro­vided by sev­eral club mem­bers.

Thank you to all who helped in some way to make it a suc­cess­ful evening.

About 20 peo­ple then went out onto the green for some bowl­ing fun be­fore the cooler weather con­di­tions forced them back in­side.

Birth­day greet­ings this week are ex­tended to Mary B and Brett. ing not out on nine. Euroa were all out for 56. It was a fan­tas­tic ef­fort by Con­nor who bat­ted for 82 min­utes for his nine.

Euroa then sent Cen­tral Park in for 15 min­utes be­fore tea.

Both open­ing bowlers, By­ron Craven and Nick Dowell had suc­cess with Andrew Hill tak­ing a screamer of a catch off By­ron’s bowl­ing. At tea Cen­tral Park was 2/1. Af­ter tea there was a run out in the 11th over, which made Cen­tral Park 3/14 and that’s when the wick­ets dried up for a while.

There was an 81 run part­ner­ship by Cen­tral Park be­fore Tom Cullen knocked over the ‘wood work’.

Andrew Hill came on and struck it lucky with Nick Dowell tak­ing a catch at stumps.

Cen­tral Park/St Bren­dan’s fin­ished up with 5/109. Euroa v Notre Dame/St Bren­dan’s Score: First In­nings – Notre Dame 10/94 Euroa 1/27

Bowl­ing: Fletcher Paul 5/10, Ge­or­gia Gall 3/13, Luke Davies 1/2

AT the Friendlies Oval, on Satur­day, Novem­ber 26, Euroa were sent into bowl with con­di­tions slightly cool and windy.

Fletcher Paul opened the bowl­ing and meant busi­ness right from the first ball when he claimed his first wicket on the third ball of the match.

He was on fire when three balls later another wicket fell.

James Her­ring and Ge­or­gia Gall were the next bowlers in.

Ge­or­gia dis­played great pace and di­rect bowl­ing, and took a wicket off a great catch from James.

Ge­or­gia, fol­lowed Fletcher’s suc­cess, and took another wicket which was caught be­hind by Nic Hill, and then one ball later, she clean bowled the next bat­ter in.

Euroa seemed un­stop­pable and at drinks were 5/26.

Notre Dame bat­ters were not go­ing to give in and a great part­ner­ship started to see runs on the board.

But then Fletcher re­turned to the bowl­ing and cleaned up three wick­ets in a short space of time.

One was an im­pres­sive run out by Co­hen Paul.

The last wicket fell to Luke Davies which saw the end of the Notre Dame in­nings with the fi­nal score at 10/93.

Euroa were sent into bat for the last half hour of the day, and fin­ished on 1/27.

Fletcher was soon out by an im­pres­sive fast bowler and Char­lie Wat­son re­tired hurt.

Cur­rently James Her­ring is on 9 and Nic Hill is on 4 and they will re­turn next week to hope­fully record another suc­cess­ful win.

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