All the Seymour District Cricket Association action.CHALPAT SONTI February 20, 2013 4:48am
Tallarook opener Craig Durkin drives during his patient innings of 56 - though he brought up his 50 with a big six over long off. Nagambie wicketkeeper Luke Nolan and fielder Tom Stevens watch on.
It was a day when there were stars with bat and ball — and when the semi-final picture might become clearer.
Dean Fulco and Paul Arandt provided the highlights, with a hat-trick for Eastern Hill and a century for Tallarook respectively, while over in Alexandra the home side moved closer to securing a semi-final spot as it dominated against Seymour.
Nagambie will have to bat as well as it has this season if it is to keep its hold on second spot and defeat Tallarook, while Broadford’s batsmen gave it a good chance of securing top place with a consistent effort against Eastern Hill. Kilmore will be looking to take advantage of a Nagambie slip-up and jump to second if it can beat Avenel, who it had the upper hand over on the first day.
Read about all the action - including the age-group semi-finals, in this week’s Telegraph.
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