Dou­ble bowl­ing at­tack

Seymour Telegraph - - SPORT - Will Dun­don, who took 4-45 off 14 overs for Tal­la­rook, throws down a scorch­ing de­liv­ery. By Di­dier Sto­bart


Tal­la­rook vs Yea Tigers Tal­la­rook are in a strong po­si­tion against Yea Tigers thanks to a two-string bowl­ing at­tack that took eight wick­ets. Will Dun­don and Lach­lan Watts took four wick­ets each to con­tain Yea Tigers to 144. Ryan Ak­ers was the best of the bats­men with 44 bat­ting at num­ber seven. Tal­la­rook are well placed for vic­tory fin­ish­ing on 1/49 at stumps. Ben Tar­ran was look­ing dan­ger­ous in the bowl­ing at­tack for the Tigers, bowl­ing four maid­ens and tak­ing the only wicket. Broad­ford vs Kil­more Broad­ford and Kil­more are stuck in a tight bat­tle thanks to a steady 45 from Kil­more top or­der bats­man Matthew Rose. Cameron Berry did most of the bowl­ing for Broad­ford tak­ing 2/19 from 18 overs, in­clud­ing an in­cred­i­ble 10 maid­ens. Nathan Woods chipped in with three wick­ets to hold Kil­more to a reach­able to­tal of 140. Broad­ford will re­sume play next week at 1/18 hop­ing to steady the in­nings and chase down the to­tal. Joshua But­ler was look­ing dan­ger­ous in the bowl­ing at­tack for Broad­ford, bowl­ing three maid­ens and tak­ing the only wicket. Nagam­bie vs Avenel Nagam­bie are in a strong po­si­tion against Avenel thanks to a strong bowl­ing dis­play from Jar­ryd Shep­ard and Joshua San­der­son who took three and four wick­ets re­spec­tively. Avenel were held to a mod­est to­tal of 126 thanks to a su­perb in­nings from Har­ri­son Wheeler. Wheeler was the only bats­men who could get go­ing for Avenel scor­ing 57. Nagam­bie will re­sume play at 2/44 in a strong po­si­tion to take the match. This would be only the third win for bot­tom placed Nagam­bie, while Avenel have al­ready booked their place in the fi­nals.


Af­ter: Dun­don cel­e­brates an­other wicket.

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