It was a showcasing of talent in second grade with a high-scoring game in the showdown between the top two sides in Coro and Diggers.
Diggers won the toss and sent Coro in to bat which looked to be the wrong decision.
Nicholas Conlan and Jamie Bennett put runs on the board as the pair teamed up for a first wicket stand of 87 runs.
When Mark Favell was finally able to break the partnership when he bowled Conlan for 52, Diggers needed to continue to take quick wickets.
Bennett continued to score as wickets fell and combined with William Dalton to lift the score to 146 before he was dismissed for 66.
Favell struck against to remove Brady French (3) soon after, but Sam Bryant came together with Dalton and put on 29 runs.
Coro’s innings came to a close on 6/187 of their 40 overs.
John Moran (5) and Favell (27) got the side off to a decent start as they put on 16 before Moran fell to the bowling of Andrew McIntyre (1/27).
The wicket brought the evergreen Trevor Richards to the crease and he continued his good form so far this season.
He combined with Favell to get the side past 50 and then with Tom McGufficke (14) as the side look to push on towards the total.
The introduction of Dalton into the attack was crucial as he took three quick wickets.
With no other batsman able to make double figures Diggers fell just short of the total despite Richards scoring 71.
Logan Matheson has lead Leagues Club to a convincing victory over Hanwood.
After being sent in Leagues were on the front foot straight away with Matt Kennan (13) and Matheson started with an opening stand of 52 runs.
Even after the dismissal of Kennan, the runs didn’t stop flowing with Derek Opo (69) providing support for Matheson.
When Matheson was finally bowled by Shannon Caughley (1/45) he had scored 103 runs.
Kierren Williams (38) joined in for some late order hitting to boost Leagues score to 2/238 off 40 overs.
In reply, Hanwood suffered a constant loss of wickets as Kierren Elvy ripped through the batting line-up.
The opening bowler finished the day with figures of 6/9 off his eight overs.
The only Hanwood batsman who offered any resistance to the onslaught was Ryan McWhirter who scored 14 before he was dismissed by Keenan (2/16) as Hanwood were bowled out 183 runs short.
The final game of the round between Coleambally and Exies was washed out on Friday night without a ball being bowled.
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