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Winners are grinners - the Nagambie cricket side with the Kookaburra-Total Sports Trophy for the SDCA one-day premiers.
Youthful exuberance won out over steadiness as Nagambie defied the odds to win its maiden Seymour District Cricket Association one-day final on Sunday.
The visitor only snuck into the big game by 0.02 of a percentage point but showed it had the players for the occasion with a comprehensive eight-wicket trouncing of table-topping Broadford.
See a full report in this week’s Seymour Telegraph.
BROADFORD v NAGAMBIE
Toss won by Nagambie, to bowl
BROADFORDJ Zerella c&b J Sanderson36
E Mills c M Deane b M Nolan1
T Dunne b B Biggs2
L Collier c J Gleeson b K Winter-Irving11
J Ingham not out33
M Collier c M Nolan, b K Winter-Irving2
M Berry b K Winter-Irving0
A Gurney lbw b B Biggs9
B Walsh b B Biggs0
M Irving c&b M Winter-Irving3
L McKenzie b M Nolan9
Extras (lb8, nb2, w4)14
Fall: 24 (Mills), 44 (Zerella), 48 (Dunne), 62 (L Collier), 67 (M Collier), 67 (Berry), 85 (Gurney), 87 (Walsh), 98 (Irving), 121 (McKenzie).
Bowling: M Winter-Irving 9-0-1-32, M Nolan 7.4-2-2-19, B Biggs 9-3-3-11, J Sanderson 8-1-1-29, K Winter-Irving 6-0-3-9, J Gleeson 3-0-0-12.NAGAMBIEM. Nolan st L Collier b M Irving27
T Stevens c B Hickey b A Gurney25
K Winter-Irving not out32
J Sanderson not out37
Extras (lb1, w2)3
FOW: 42 (Stevens), 59 (Nolan).
Bowling: B Walsh 3-0-0-17, L McKenzie 3-0-0-12, A. Gurney 9-2-1-26, M. Irving 7-0-1-26, M Collier 3.4-0-0-37, M Berry 2-0-0-5.
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