Har­ri­smith’s Miller un­stop­pable in A-grade with 129 not out

Narrogin Observer - - Sport - Laura Gru­bisa

Towns trav­elled to Har­ri­smith for their sec­ond round A-grade game but were not able to beat the home side, who won by 141 runs.

Har­ri­smith won the toss and elected to bat first, with Matthew Or­chard and Scott Bayley mak­ing 44 and 20 runs.

Jamie Miller was Har­ri­smith’s best bats­man as he ended on 129 not out, eas­ily help­ing his team to de­clare on 5-287.

Towns seemed to strug­gle from the out­set as Cam Al­li­son was sent pack­ing with­out get­ting a run on the board, and Liam Sweeney was un­able to back up his B-grade per­for­mance last week as he was also sent pack­ing on 0.

Aaron Of­fer made 42 runs and Per­rin Quar­ter­maine had 33, but the Nar­ro­gin side were all out on 146 runs and handed Har­ri­smith a 141-run win.

In the B-grade, Towns took on Wa­gin but were un­able to get a win on the board.

Ruben Scheep­ers made 30 runs for the Nar­ro­gin side and Kaleb Hart had 13, but the re­build­ing side strug­gled to get runs on the board and were all out for 85.

Wa­gin took ad­van­tage of this and got an easy 3-86 win with Drew McAuliffe and Dwight Kel­low end­ing on 27 and 23 not out.

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