Warragul set Yarragon big target
from last weekend’s 41) added 44.
Clint Osseweyer (26) and Trent Wardle (24) made important contributions for the Hawks before their side was bowled out in the 55th over.
Tim Moore claimed his first five wicket haul for the Jumping Jacks, finishing with 5/52, and receiving good support from Brad Gnaden with 2/57.
Jindivick will resume at 0/2 and will look to skipper Jase Eastham, top order batsman Logan Colley, and hard hitter Gnaden to get the job done.
Stags below par
Neerim District 9/186 (cc) vs Longwarry Neerim District has posted a below par total after being sent in by Longwarry.
Brett Bransgrove (27) and Clarke Gouge (81) set the scene early with an 80-run opening stand but the rest of the order struggled to get going with Grant Pearson (40) the only other meaningful contribution.
Bob Thomas turned the screws with an economical 15 over spell that saw him claim 3/42. Evan Wright conceded less than two an over on his way to 2/19 off 11 overs. Corey Davis chipped in with 2/49.
A big effort with the ball is required if the Stags are to be any chance but Longwarry are clear favourites.
Above left: Drouin’s Charlie Wans bowls during the under 16 match against Hallora/Ellinbank.
Above right: Fraser Phillips of Hallora/Ellinbank keeps out a yorker; Photographs: Paul Cohen.
Western Park’s Jason Batson works the ball through square leg during the division two match against Bunyip.