The Cobram Courier

Twin thrillers on weekend set up top end to season

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“We’ll be playing every game like it’s a final.

“We will go into next week carefree, we have nothing to lose.”

In the weekend’s other A-grade game, Nathalia came away with a nail-biting one-wicket win at home to Katunga.

The visitors chose to bat first and put up a solid 7-172 with Dustan Ebborn hitting 48, Daniel Henderson 39 and Nicholas Thorp 37.

Brodie Ross picked up a handy 3-19 for Nathalia, before opening the batting with a score of 27.

Ross’ score, combined with a good hit from Archie Congues, 33, and Thomas Byrnes, 28, took the game down to the last over, with Nathalia making their way to 9-173 with five balls left.

With two rounds to go, the race for the finals is set to go down to the wire.

“We’ll be playing every game like it’s a final.

“We will go into next week carefree, we have nothing to lose.”

In the weekend’s other A-grade game, Nathalia came away with a nail-biting one-wicket win at home to Katunga.

The visitors chose to bat first and put up a solid 7-172 with Dustan Ebborn hitting 48, Daniel Henderson 39 and Nicholas Thorp 37.

Brodie Ross picked up a handy 3-19 for Nathalia, before opening the batting with a score of 27.

Ross’ score, combined with a good hit from Archie Congues, 33, and Thomas Byrnes, 28, took the game down to the last over, with Nathalia making their way to 9-173 with five balls left.

Ready to go: Barooga’s Riley Gow said every game was now a final for the Hawks.

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