Win in reach for Wan­neroo

North Coast Times - - SPORT -

WAN­NEROO needs a pa­tient bat­ting per­for­mance on day 2 against Mid­land-Guild­ford, chas­ing an at­tain­able 215 in the WA Pre­mier Cricket clash at Lilac Hill.

The Roos head into the de­cid­ing leg on 2-58 af­ter im­port opener Max Holden was dis­missed for 19 on de­but and first drop Haydn Slodecki fell for a duck in the fi­nal 21 overs of the day.

Matt Spoors will re­sume on 28, joined by Ja­cob John­ston (9).

The hosts’ bats­men made mul­ti­ple starts but none could go on to a big to­tal, with num­ber 8 Ju­lian Crudeli pro­duc­ing what might prove to be a game­sav­ing 49. The Mon­key Town­ers were floun­der­ing at 7-129 be­fore he ar­rived at the crease.

Wan­neroo’s Chris Quelch (334) and Mathew Dzod­zos (3-36) were best with the ball.

The Roos risk fall­ing to the bot­tom of the ta­ble should they lose.

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