Top four break clear of the rest in A-grade two day competition.CHALPAT SONTI February 19, 2014 4:29am
There might be two rounds left to go in Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade competition but the top four looks all but decided after the leading teams continued on their winning way at the weekend.
Nagambie, Kilmore, Broadford and Alexandra all registered first-innings wins, with the gap between the Redbacks and Avenel now 12 points.
That means, barring outrights, the Swans will have to win their final two games — against Broadford and Tallarook — while Alexandra would also have to lose to both Nagambie and Eastern Hill to miss out.
Nagambie all but secured a home semi-final with its win at Tallarook, while Kilmore needs to win one of its final two games — against Seymour and Nagambie — to do the same.
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