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Commanding batting dominated game

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February 15, 2018

Broadford has continued its dominant form, belting Nagambie thanks to a commanding batting display.

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Nagambie v Broadford

Broadford has continued its dominant form, belting Nagambie thanks to a commanding batting display.

Top of the table Broadford made a huge total of 249 with some superb batting from Tyrell Dunn who made 93 runs not out and Braden Hickey who made an unbeaten 50.

Broadford’s middle order simply won the match by staying in and making consistent runs, which gave Nagambie no chance to get back into the match.

Nagambie was only able to make 95 runs in response, being cleaned up by Cam Berry who finished with unbelievable figures of 5/12 from 9.5 overs.

Nagambie was made to follow on and simply ran out of time to chase down the huge total.

Tallarook v Avenel

Avenel has defeated Tallarook to stay second on the table, thanks to opening batsmen Kasey Dunn who top scored in both innings and bowler Chris Tingay who took five wickets from 20 overs for Avenel.

The low-scoring game was won by perseverance from Avenel, which despite making a modest total of 168 in the first innings, was able to win the game thanks to their on-target bowling that frustrated Tallarook and bowled them out for only 89.

Avenel was able to hold on for a win, finishing the game on 2/71 and easily taking the victory home.

Yea Tigers v Kilmore

Kilmore have taken the points in the must-win game against the Yea Tigers, thanks to a decisive 55 from middle order batsmen Shane Topham.

Topham was also dominant with the ball, taking an economical 3/8 off seven overs in the man of the match performance.

Kilmore was able to scrape their way to 148 after a poor start from their top order.

Ben Tarran battled hard with the ball for the Yea Tigers, bowling 22 overs and taking three wickets for only 28 runs.

Corey Malcom also bowled well taking three wickets but it wasn’t enough for the Tigers who were bowled out for only 70 runs.

Rod McLeod ripped through the Yea Tigers’ batting attack taking 4/17 from 20.5 overs.

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