Youth Club woes

Effort: Halls Gap bowler Andrew Cameron puts all his effort into this delivery in the clash against Aradale at Central Park on Saturday. Pictures: PETER PICKERINGYouth Club’s woes continued in the Grampians Cricket Association, when they were forced to forfeit their match against Buangor on Saturday.
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Back foot: Aradale’s Tom Williamson gets on the back foot against the Halls Gap bowling attack in Saturday’s clash at Central Park.

Despite the B grade competition not resuminguntil February, the Clubbers were unable to field a team for the clash which was scheduled to be played at Beaufort. The forfeit handed Buangor an easy six points from the match.

The woes also continued for the struggling Pomonal, as they lost out in a big way against Tatyoon.

With Andrew Ward showing the way, making 89runs and Richard Tucker supporting with 58, Tatyoon managed a total of 5-180 which was always going to prove a difficult assignment for Pomonal on the turf at Tatyoon.

At 2-2 in reply, Pomonal was always on the back foot. Luke Jordan did put up some resistance for the Tigers, hitting up 35 runs, but he was the only Pomonal player to really making any inroads into the target as they finished their allotted over with just 7-94 on the board.

Halls Gapput up a good performance in the Central Park turf against Aradale, setting their rivals a target of 155 runs. Shane Spriggs top scored for Halls Gap with 51 runs.

Aradale got off to a shaky start, losing opener Mitch Wood early, but steadying knocks from Tom Williamson, Travis Horvatek and Brent Tate had the visitors back on top.From there, Aradale appeared to have the target in their sights and an unbeaten innings of 57 from Scott Turner saw his team reach 208 runs in reply.

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