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Cricket semi-finalists warm up in mixed style

Braodford sneak a home game, while Nagambie and Alexandra go in with losing form.

CHALPAT SONTI March 12, 2014 4:37am

Paul Arandt was the star of the show at Tallarook, making 101 for the home side against Avenel.


Kilmore will host Alexandra and Broadford will be at home to Nagambie in the Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade semi-finals this weekend.

The Blues won the top-of-the-table clash against the Lakers, which combined with Broadford’s effortless outright against wooden spooners Seymour, was enough to lift the Red-and-Blacks into second spot.

There was plenty of action in the final round played over the weekend, with centuries to Evan Mills (Broadford) and Paul Arandt (Tallarook), a remarkable all-round display by Eastern Hill veteran Stu Hanley, five-wicket bags to team-mate Tim Rudd-Schmidt and Broadford’s Brendan Walsh, and even a streaker ...


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