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Bat finally tames ball

Runs galore in Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade competition.

CHALPAT SONTI January 30, 2013 4:38am

Nagambie batsman Josh Sanderson doing what he did best on Saturday - hitting another boundary in his innings of 125 as Seymour wicketkeeper Glen Loraine watches on.

Gallery: See more of the cricket action here.

It’s been a long time coming but it’s fair to say bat finally defeated ball in Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade competition on Saturday.

Nagambie’s comeback kid Josh Sanderson continued his remarkable run since resuming from a two-year break with a thumping 125 as the Lakers went to second spot on the table after accounting for a Seymour side that has gone from equal favourites to being in danger of missing the finals with a woeful run since Christmas.

Sanderson’s wasn’t the only century of the day, with Avenel skipper Mick Donovan striking an unbeaten 102 to ensure his side didn’t give Broadford the chance of an outright victory.

Eastern Hill managed to stave off a Marcus Hill-led fightback to claim the points at Alexandra, while Rhys Le Quiniat starred as Kilmore chased down a solid Tallarook total to keep its finals hopes alive.

Read a full wrap of all the action in this week’s Seymour Telegraph.

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