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Cricketers brave heat to set up some exciting finishes

Leaders fight back after early trouble in Seymour District Cricket Association competition.

CHALPAT SONTI February 13, 2014 4:29am

Brett Tarran in full flight for Tallarook against Nagambie.


Forecast rain for this Saturday may yet have the final say, but there’s no doubt several of the Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade games are interestingly poised after the first day in scorching conditions.

Tallarook look to have bounced back from the shock outright loss to Seymour by striking hard and early to have leaders Nagambie reeling at 4-41. But on a stiflingly hot day Lakers skipper Tyrone Muir and Kyle Winter-Irving both settled in for long stays at the crease and made the home side pay, their 106-run stand helping Nagambie to 255.

Seymour is 4-50 chasing Alexandras 172, Avenel will need to make 280 to get the points against Kilmore, while the Broadford-Eastern Hill game saw 19 wickets fall on the first day for just 149 runs.

Eastern Hill were dismissed for just 50, with Broadford limping to 9-99 in reply.


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