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Trevor Crapper 3/0, Adrian Nuttall d Brian Goodwin 3/1, Colin
Travers(sub) d Matt Canburn 3/0, Pinto Mathews Lst Hayden
Grays 4.12.126 d Salming 0.3.75: Brock Dyke d Darren
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O’Keefe d Rikki Norman 3/1, Glen Smith d Tayla Pritchard 3/0.
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foed 3/1, Hank Norman d Dave Cooper 3/1, Tim Waugh lt Daniel
O’Keefe 2/3, Louis Nuttall d Sonia O’Keefe 3/0
It’s the long weekend this week but squash will be played. If
you can’t play please call in early so a sub can be found.
A reminder that fees are due.
Supper next week is Brock, Geoff, Dennis and Glen.
The bye is Darren Quigs, Rikki and Tayla.
Drop catches cost Tarraville finals spot
IT’S March and finals
cricket has arrived.
First playing fourth,
Colts took on Tarraville.
Colts captain Dylan
Rash won the toss and
chose to bat first.
The home team got
off to a steady start and in
the 13th over Swift was
the first to go lbw of the
bowling of Holt for 18.
Shem Rendell was
looking to repeat his per-
formance in last year’s
semi final with another
big score but he could
only manage to score 25,
caught Quigley off the
bowling of James.
James then bowled
Rash for 13 then he took
another wicket to dismiss
Grazotis for one. At one
stage Colts were seven
for 90 and Tarraville was
right on top. Welles Jen-
kins then joined Griffin
Underwood at the crease.
The pair then put on 70
runs for the eighth wicket
when Jenkins was dis-
missed for eight after an
excellent catch was taken
by Ash Taylor. Then Un-
derwood’s magnificent in-
nings came to an end when
he was runout for 95.
Yarram Colts were all
out for 177.
Jarryd James was the
stand out bowler for the
Bulls taking six for 55 of
With 11 overs remain-
ing of the first day’s play
and with 178 to win, Tar-
raville’s openers were
hoping to get off to a
good start but that was not
the case as Swift bowled
Quigley for 14 and Grazo-
tis dismissed Holt for 16.
James was next to go
lbw then Griffiths also lbw
of the bowling of Swift.
At stumps on day one
Tarraville were four for
Sunday saw Tarraville
starting off well getting
the score to 69 before
Bland was bowled Swift
Up on toes: Yarram Colts opening batsmen were
up on their toes trying to defend the accurate bowl-
ing of the Tarraville boys.
Away: Dylan rash was able to get a few balls away before he was dismissed
for 13 by Tarraville’s Holt.
SECOND placed Devon did
battle with third placed Bing-
inwarri at the Alberton West
Devon’s captain won the toss and
sent Binginwarri in to bat.
Openers Lucas Jenkins and Craig
Hanratty opened up for the away team
but trouble struck in the third over when
direct hit from backward square leg
from the Devon captain had Jenkins
short of his ground.
Bingi captain Trent Crawford joined
Hanratty at the crease then Nathan
Clarke struck in his fourth over having
Crawford caught behind for four, Bing-
inwarri two for 13.
Keifer Sutherland then replaced
Clarke and struck in his first over re-
moving Haffenden for 14 to a great
catch by Will Bodman in the gully then
Sutherland struck again this time in
the field with a great throw to run out
Hanratty and then had Roberts out for
a duck and Bingi in all sorts of trouble
at five for 32.
P. Doran and B. East dug in and took
the score to 61 before Richard John-
ston returned to the crease and cleaned
up the tail, Binginwarri all out for 79
with Doran 16 no showing real spirit.
Johnston finished with four for 11, K.
Sutherland two for 18 and single wick-
ets to C. Sutherland and N. Clarke.
Devon opened with N. Clarke and
L. Farley and Bingi needed early wick-
ets to have any chance.
Big fast bowler Dirk Mulholland
did not let his captain down having
Clarke caught behind for a duck and
then H. Moore bowled for a duck as
well and Devon in early trouble at two
Captain Sutherland joined Farley
at the crease and took the score to 52
before Haffendon removed Sutherland
just after the drinks break for 28, this
bought Jack Moore to the crease with
Farley and they took the score to 70
before Farley was dismissed by Craw-
ford for 24 but Moore still at the crease
and finished with 23 no took the score
to four for 80 and victory to move into
next week final.
Bingiwarri bowlers toiled hard to
the end with Mulholland the pick with
two for 29.
Match scores: Devon four for 80 de-
feated Binginwarri 79.
ay was happy to cel-
ebrate his first win of
the Twilight series of
five races concluding
last Saturday eve-
Conditions were ideal
for the fleet of seven boats
with a dropping 18 to 20
knot breeze and plenty of
The race was sailed
over a course which asked
the skippers to navigate
around two buoys and a
channel mark in two dog
This race saw the larg-
est fleet in the series so far,
Great tussle: from left, two Windrush cats after their tussle on the water
sailed by Ian Nicol and David Finlay.
Presentation: Andrew MacAulay receiving his
prize for winning the twilight series of yacht rac-
ing, wildfish Voucher, from Port Albert Yacht
Club commodore, Jenny Davies.
MacAulay takes first twilight win
Celebrations: Devon players celebrate the fall of
Binginwarri’s Trent Crawford’s wicket for just four
runs in the opening overs of their semi final match
at Alberton West on the weekend.
Devon ready to defend title
O’Keefe and Taylor
tried to get Tarraville back
in the game with Taylor
making 17 and O’Keefe
making an excellent 35.
The score was too
much for Tarraville and
it was all out for 115. Jar-
ryrd Swift six for 48 and
Stan Grazotis four for
39. Yarram Colts won
and Tarraville ruined the
day after dropping lots of
Next week, it is a re-
match from last year’s
grand final with Yarram
Colts taking on Devon.
with new members, Dirk
Warren and Ben Green-
ing sailing a Sparrow and
Matthew Smith sailing a
Alastair Finlay sailed
a club Sparrow while two
brothers sailed against two
brothers, Andrew and Will
Macaulay and Matt and
Mark Gallagher and Steff,
all sailing Corsairs.
The small crowd en-
joyed seeing the two Win-
drush yachts sailed by Da-
vid Finlay and Ian Nicol
battling neck and neck on
the windward run, only to
see Ian Nicol pull away
after rounding the buoy
close to the clubhouse.
of the wind dropping out
and light diminishing two
of the smaller boats could
not complete the course
After results were cal-
culated for the series, An-
drew was a clear winner
followed by Ian Nicol in
second place and David
Finlay in third.
Club members and
friends enjoyed socialis-
ing over their fish and chip
dinner following the race.
Eye on the prize: Devon wicket keeper Jack
Moore and Richard Johnston had their eye on a
grand final after a hard fought win against Bing-
inwarri in the Alberton Cricket Association semi
final at Alberton West.
Mars: K. Deeringer, J.
Denehy, K. Olsen and D. Ja-
cobsen 3/110 d Kit Kat: K.
Bentley, J. Zappelli (fill-in)
B. Sutherland (fill-in) and
B. Simon 3/93.
Crunchie: C. Leggett,
C. Petterson, J. Etherington
and J. Walpole (fill-in) 6/126
d Snickers: J. Handley, R.
Averty, C. Mumford (fill-in)
and K. Wilson 0/60.
Cherry Ripe had the
Three game winners
were Kristen Bentley, Caro-
lyn Leggett, Caroline Pet-
terson, Jeannie Etherington
and Jill Walpole.
Crunchie.......................... 101 56
Kit Kat...............................94 56
Snickers ................................... 55
Mars ........................................ 53
Cherry Ripe .............................. 52
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