Moree’s T20 cricket in fullswing

MOREE cricketers braved theovercast conditions to play the second round ofthe T20 competition at RonHarborne Oval on Saturday.

On field one the Vic HotelVikings faced off against theMoree Golf Club and GrainCorpCumarra Crows took on MoreeFC on field two.

Moree and District CricketAssociation committee member,Sophie Evans, said on field onethe Vic Vikings bowled theGolfies out for 53 runs.

“J. Dempster bowled 3/3 off1.2 overs; Vic’s best bowling andShaun Mills got 29 not out totake out the title of Vic’s best battingon the day,” she said.

“Vikings didn’t take long tochase down their target and winthe game. S. Scarlett was thestand out batsman and J.Coleman bowled tight, both forthe Golfies.”

Evans said Moree FC held it tothe Crows with a result of all outfor 132.

“N. Marshall was the standout batsman for FC with 48 runs.Crows only lost one wicket, pursuingFC after only 15 overs withopening batsman S. Boland, 25not out, and first drop B. Day, 85not out.”

To finish the day, GoldenGrain Cricket Club versed theGolfies Colts.

“It was a tight game with only12 runs between them and theColts slipped away with the victory.

“H Riggs bowled well for thegolden grain boys with 2/9 offtwo overs along with veteran K.Moore taking 1/11 off threeovers.

“The experience of V. Smith,41, and C. Heterick, 33, kept theruns ticking over for the Colts. M.Copeman opened for goldengrain top scoring with 39 runs. R.Carroll bowled well for the Coltswith 3/18 off four overs,” Evanssaid.

Williams Stock and Propertyhad the bye.Round three will see WilliamsStock and Property verse VictoriaHotel Vikings (F1), Golden GrainCricket Club verse Golfies (F2)and at 3pm the Golfies Colts takeon Moree FC with GraincorpCumarra Crows resting up with abye.

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