Cricket

  • IT’S DECIDED

    Clunes and Maryborough will face off in this year’s Maryborough and District Cricket Association A grade grand final after they won their respective semi finals on the weekend. Clunes, who were promoted to A grade for the 2009-10 season after winning last year’s A reserve grand final, downed Carisbrook in their two day clash at […]

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  • Avoca’s Chris Walter wins Templeton/Jardine Medal

    Avoca Cricket Club skipper, Chris Walter, has added another Templeton Jardine Medal as the Most Valuable Player in the Blue Pyrenees Estate Pyrenees Cricket Association to his trophy cabinet. Polling 37 votes, Walter finished seven votes in front of Natte Yallock’s Paul Jardine. The association held its awards night at Waubra straight after the finish […]

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  • Jordan ton sets up 343 runs for Clunes

    Dan Jordan starred with the bat for Clunes on Saturday in the Maryborough and District Cricket Association A grade match against MKM, smashing 132 in the team’s huge total of 9/343. The game was played at the Ron Sinclair Oval and the Mill bowlers did well early to have Clunes in trouble at 3/36. Opener […]

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  • Laanecoorie Dunolly and MKM play out thrilling tie

    A thrilling tie was the result of the Maryborough and District Cricket Association A grade contest between MKM and Laanecoorie Dunolly on Saturday. MKM had batted the first week of the two day match and managed 160 runs. Laanecoorie Dunolly resumed on Saturday at 3/61 and moved along to 76 before Brad McHugh fell to […]

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  • BEAUFORT STRUGGLES

    Colts Phelans has already won on the first innings in the Maryborough and District Cricket Association A grade match against Beaufort. Sam Johnston ripped through the top order and took 4/25 from 12 accurate overs and then Adam Balzan cleaned up the tail to take the impressive figures of 5/10 from his eight overs as […]

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  • OUTRIGHT THWARTED

    Colts Phelans missed out on outright points against St Arnaud on Saturday in A grade of the Maryborough and District Cricket Association. The previous week, St Arnaud had been dismissed for 137 and Colts Phelans resumed on Saturday at 3/136. Adam Balzan fell early to Bruce Hando for the terrific knock of 87 while Matt […]

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  • BOWLERS ON TOP

    Competition resumed in the Maryborough and District Cricket Association on Saturday with Clunes, Maryborough and Colts Phelans all in winning positions in A grade. At Hedges Oval, St Arnaud batted first against Colts Phelans. Jacob Patching 27 and Bruce Hando 25 made contributions at the top of the order for St Arnaud but once they […]

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  • CRICKETERS RECOVER TO DEFEAT CAMPASPE

    After a disastrous start to its Bendigo Country Week Cricket campaign, Maryborough recovered to defeat Campaspe easily. Maryborough batted first and Sam Bartlett and Matt Johnson were dismissed early but then Marshall Bell 13 and Martin Dell 18 took the score along to 50. However, both of these players were dismissed and then Martin Mark, […]

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  • HIT FOR SIX

    Local cricketers are set to return to ovals around the district tomorrow following the Christmas break for round nine of the Maryborough District Cricket Association’s 2009-10 season. In what shapes as match of the round, and potentially one of the matches of the season, first-placed Maryborough will take on Carisbrook at Princes Park. Always a […]

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  • SWANS BLOW BOMBERS OUT OF THE WATER

    Casey-South Melbourne claimed victory in its one-day Premier League Country Round clash with Essendon at Princes Park on Saturday. Batting first, Essendon’s top order experienced a mini-collapse of sorts, their first four batsman managing just 48 runs between them. Former test opener and Victorian opening batsman, Chris Rogers was forced to retire hurt early in […]

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