Finals await cricketers

B grade holds onto third before its tilt at the finals

ON A ROLL: Dion Grant worked hard in his bowling session with 2/9. PHOTO: Clair Dobie

WHAT a difference a week makes.

After posting a strong total in difficult batting conditions due to the underprepared nature of the pitch and lush outfield last week, Euroa had their work up against them this week.

The Euroa Memorial Oval grounds-keeping staff had revived the pitch and outfield into an absolute belter for the batting side, with the only problem being that it was Numurkah who would be batting.

With the ball now bouncing truly and a lightning quick outfield, Euroa had a task ahead of them to dismiss the opposition and get the win.

Thankfully the hard work and dedication that captain Glen ‘Cricket’ Coridas’ team has shown all year again came to the fore and with some hard toiling they were able to dismiss Numurkah for 177 in 79 overs.

Will Murray was again sensational, collecting 6/40 from 21 overs, and bowled absolute lightning bolts all day.

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