Colts Phelans’ first game of the season didn’t go quite to plan with the side defeated comprehensively by Laanecoorie Dunolly at the weekend.
Colts’ last one-day season was perfect, with the side undefeated throughout the home and away fixture and easily taking the one-day cup.
A lot has changed since then however, with several of Colts’ best run scorers moving on, leaving the side unable to compete with a heavily stocked Laanecoorie in their debut game of the season after a round one bye.
Laane won the toss on their home deck, electing to bat first and sending Liam Mottram, fresh off a ton haul in round one to the crease alongside international import Justin Bramble.
Mottram personally saw 44 runs in a 106-run partnership before he was claimed by Branden Wagstaff.
Zac Graham (21) partnered with Bramble for 35 runs before Kane Shepherd claimed his first wicket of the day in his A grade return.
Laane coach Matt Smith temporarily partnered with Bramble, before a Shepherd delivery landed in the hands of Colts captain Rhys Egan, dismissing the Barbadian for a game high of 67 runs.
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