Stratford bowler Jack Reitschel bowling in the match against Sale.In Saturday’s top of the table clash at Bundalaguah ladder leader Rosedale-Kilmany continued its winning run.
In a high standard match Rosedale-Kilmany were 3/158 off 35 overs, defeating Bundalaguah 6/157.
Bundalaguah batted first and Rosedale-Kilmany bowling tight with good line and length picked up the wickets of Karl High 11, Matt Dowsett 16 and Adrian Burgiel seven to have Bundalaguah at three for 42.
But Nathan Massey , enjoying a top season with the bat, top scored with 75 and with support from Jason Langshaw 19, took the score to 4/110.
The innings closed with Bundalaguah with a competitive total of 6/157.
Brad Scott took bowling honours with 3/34 off eight overs in a very steady Rosedale-Kilmany attack.
Scott completed a match winning double for Rosedale-Kilmany scoring 87 not out, sharing a second wicket partnership of 57 with Tom Love who scored 26.
Rosedale-Kilmany finished on 3/158 at the 35 over mark.
Sale 165 defeated Stratford 112.
Sale had to fight back from 4/30 with Ben James leading the way and Jack Wrigglesworth 33 batted well.
Nico Watt 22 and Ben Jones added 53 in a match winning seventh wicket partnership, putting Sale in a competitive position with 165 from 35 overs.
Travis Millar 2/23, Simion Williams 2/26 and Jack Tatterson 2/33 shared the wickets for Stratford.
Stratford were all out for 112 at the 32 over mark with Travis Millar 19 and Ben Channing 18 the best of the Stratford batsmen.
Ian Wrigglesworth 3/29, Nico Watt 3/24 James Dyer 2/14 and Tom Witts 2/6 all bowled well for Sale.
Maffra 4/241 defeated Collegians 118. Mark Nicholls 26 and Matt Foster 24 scored most of the runs for Collegians and Maffra Bowlers Nathan Magnuson 3/22 and Josh Davis 3/129 were the best Maffra bowlers. Josh Rurawhe 105 and Jake Benfield 79 set up the Maffra win with Mitch Thaker 2/12 the best of the bowlers for Collegians.
Boisdale-Briagolong 9/203 defeated Sale City 119.
Boisdale-Briagolong openers Mick Roberts 65 and Steve Noble 32 put on 49 in their partnership, with follow up scores from Danial Cameron 16, Dylan Boulton 17 and Tom Langshaw 19 not out taking the total to 9/203.
Jarred Floyd 2/24 and Nick Chadwick 2/23 were the best of Sale City’s bowlers.
Mitch Bennett top scored for Sale City with 28 and Andrew Nichols was the best of the Boisdale Briagolong bowlers taking 3/22.
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