One enough for Euroa’s B grade
He joined young Andrew Crosbie, who played the innings of his B grade career to date, compiling an unbeaten 36 not out with some impressive shots and displaying all the temperament of someone capable of plenty more runs in the future.
Both he and Lucas passed the runs without losing their wickets, and will hopefully be able to continue batting long into day two.
Euroa earned themselves six points, and will push for the full 12 next weekend, needing to score heavily before lunch and skittle Kyabram once again before the end of play.
With the likes of Gleeson, Ben Jones and Riley Dowell still to come, they certainly have the firepower to make it a long day for the visitors.
THAT’LL DO IT: Lucas Paul completes a run out to end Kyabram’s innings.
WELL LEFT: Opener Corey Robins lets the ball go by in the run-chase.