Leaders fight back after early trouble in Seymour District Cricket Association competition.CHALPAT SONTI February 13, 2014 4:29am
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.
READ MORE IN THIS WEEK’S SEYMOUR TELEGRAPH
Higher numbers of Queensland fruit fly prompts call for people to clean up gardens.
The Yarrawonga Mulwala B Grade Rams have secured the Des Johnston Shield as WDCA B Grade Two Day Premiers for season 2014/2015 with a crushing win over City Colts.
Mystery and romance abound in a new novel from leading lady of Australian women’s fiction, Fleur McDonald.
For a long time, Ben O’Dea was not sure whether he lived at the Royal Children’s Hospital or in Moama.
Rochester Football Netball Club hosted an information evening last week in collaboration with Ambulance Victoria to educate members on the correct use of the club’s defibrillator.
20th Heritage Day a hit
Councillors last night put out for public comment a draft budget which proposed a lower-than-expected increase.
Berrigan and Jerilderie Shire mayors have many issues to raise with new leaders Adrian Piccoli and Greg Aplin following Saturday's NSW Election.
Heathcote Primary School put on a colourful display for Easter on Friday with an Easter hat parade featuring everything from the very edible to amazingly tall.
VicRoads will review speed limits on the Murray Valley Highway in Cobram and Strathmerton following petitions calling for them to be lowered.
Leading concert artist Daniel de Borah will perform in Deniliquin tonight as part of the South West Music 2015 concert series.
Toolamba Primary School student Felix Turnbull is looking forward to seeing his face on new SPC labels that will be on supermarket shelves across the nation.
Benalla GP Paul Kelly receives an award in recognition of his 37 years as a doctor in rural Victoria.
Discover unbelievable local deals from local businesses every week in the Goulburn and Murray Valley area with Leapon.com.au!
Search properties for sale or rent across North Central Victoria and Southern NSW. Visit your local website for local homes....
Search for published and unpublished photos from McPherson Media Group newspapers and magazines. All our photos are available to purchase.
Place an advertisement in any one of McPherson Media Group's local newspapers.