The chance to claim the first outright win of the two-day season could be within reach for Colts Phelans after it put up an impressive performance against Beaufort on Saturday.
The two sides were desperate for a win heading into the round, currently sitting on equal premiership points at the bottom of the ladder.
It was unclear who would get the upper hand in round 11 as it was the first time the sides have met for the 2019-20 season, and both have already claimed one two-day win each.
However, Colts quickly put to bed any hopes the Crows had of a more even game.
After winning the toss and electing to bat first, the Crows were hoping to turn their batting woes around.
Unfortunately it wasn’t to be, with none of the side’s batsmen able to take control of the game.
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