Bowlers who have taken all 10 wick­ets in the one in­nings

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with his ca­reer best 10/17.

John Pear­son, the Euroa medium pacer, came out of the shadow of Ray McLaine and Peter Brodie when he snaf­fled 10/23 against the Euroa Ju­niors at the aptly named Me­mo­rial Oval.

Tony Pur­cell, the Mer­ton tear­away, made his­tory on the Shad­forth One oval against the Vi­o­let Town B Graders in their 1st In­nings when he got 10/29 – seven bowled and three caught.

Two ‘near’ con­tenders were: Jim Gourlay, play­ing for Tam­leugh against the Ca­pulets on Novem­ber 12, 1910.

He took five wick­ets for no runs in each in­nings, where all vic­tims were bowled.

The Ca­pulets made nine runs in the first in­nings and only three runs in the sec­ond in­nings.

Ray McLaine played for the North-East­ern Zone side (111) against the Goul­burn Val­ley as­so­ci­a­tion (72) on March 30, 1958.

He took 9/40 and caught the other man out. Lad­der Divi­sion Two Kyabram Tal­ly­ga­roopna Shep­par­ton Park Mooroopna

A SE­RI­OUS BUSI­NESS: Ge­orge An­drews is aware that ev­ery bowl is cru­cial.

PHOTO: Cliff Hal­sall.

CANIAMBO LEG-SPIN­NER: Reg Gibbs at Melbourne Coun­try Week in 1958.

PHOTO: The Euroa Gazette

TAUGHT BY THE BEST: Bruce Smith (right) with Ray McLaine at Melbourne Coun­try Week in 1953.

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