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LOW scoreswere the theme of theweekend’s Far South Cricket Association A grade competition.
QUICK WICKETS: Tyrone Thomas picked up 3/27 with the ball in Eden’s three wicket win over the Bega/Angledale Bulls on Saturday.
Eden’sIsaac Walker demolished the Bega/Angledale batsmen andfollowed up his 5/19 last week with a stunning 4/6 off just four overs, including one maiden.
The Bega/Angledale Bulls batted first at Eden Cricket Ground andslumped to be all out for 77 off just 26 overs.
Walker has an outstanding strike rate this season and has picked up a wicket with every 10 balls bowled.
Bega’s Glen Willcox top scored with a more-than-crucial 30, with the next highest scorer Lachlan Sims with 13 – and sundries with 12.
The Bulls were in trouble early at 3/19 before Willcox dragged the Bulls out of serious trouble.
For Eden, Tyrone Thomas picked up 3/27 with the ball and Reece Wheeler snagged 2/16.
Chasing a small target is not always easy and in response the Bulls quickly had Eden 3/23 before the match-savingWheeler came to the crease.
When he was run out, Eden was cruising to victory at3/64 before losing four wickets for no run and staggering to a much-needed victory by just threewickets.
The Merimbula Knights Cricket Clubheld on to top spot on the Far South Cricket Association ladder with a victory against Pambula on Saturday.
Knights opening bowler Brayden MacDonald claimed six Pambula wickets for just 17 runs to insure victory.
Batting first at the Pambula Beach Ground Merimbula were in a strong position at 3/125 before losing five wickets for just 23 runs late in the inningsandcrawling to 9/184 off their 40 overs.
Dylan Jordan playing his first game of the season topped scored with 37 at the top of the order, before being caught and bowled by Charlie Baker.
Bakerpicked up 3/42 off seven overs whileBrendon Gordon was the pick of the bowlers with 3/27.
A number of Merimbula batsman got starts with none able to convert that into a big score.
Ashley Postance with 32,Jacob MacDonald with 27 andLincoln Rixon-Petty with 29 all made contributions.
The Bluedogs were set a task of 4.6 runs per over for victory and captain Tom Hammond looked to settle the innings with 29.
When he fell to Braydenthe Bluedogs 141 runs were still required for victory.
Brayden was unstoppable claiming the first six Bluedogswickets to fall, leaving Pambula reeling at 6/53.
Postance picked up 2/4 late in the innings to have Pambula all out for 92 off just 28 overs.
Brayden now has 12 wickets from four games this season at an average of 5.92, an economy rate of just 2.22 and the team captain claims a wicket with every 16 deliveries.
Merimbula now sits on top of the ladder with 46 points.
This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.
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