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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.


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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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