The Telegraph previews this Saturday's cricket matches across the region.January 10, 2014 4:15am
Cricket will resume this weekend in the Seymour District Cricket Association with the A and B grades playing on Saturday.
With two rounds of one-day games to go, Kilmore are shaping up to be the favourites to host the one-day final, with a likely opponent of either Avenel, Alexandra or Nagambie.
The one-day ladder is Kilmore 30 2.86 per cent, Avenel 18 1.06 per cent, Nagambie 18 0.96 per cent, Alexandra 18 0.91 per cent, Eastern Hill 12 1.15 per cent, Broadford 12 1.14 per cent, Tallarook 12 1.08 per cent and Seymour 0 0.22 per cent.
The one-day final will be held on Sunday, January 26.
The top three batting and bowling averages in all grades are:
Dean Fulco, Eastern Hill: 400 runs, 80 average.
Paul Arandt, Tallarook: 375 runs, 75 average.
Dale Tassone, Kilmore: 406 runs, 58 average.
Brayden Biggs, Nagambie: 16 wkts, 121 runs, 7.56 average.
Brandyn Grenfell, Kilmore: 24 wkts, 199 runs, 8.2 average.
Mark Nolan, Nagambie: 17 wkts, 162 runs, 9.53 average.
Leigh Wyatt, Eastern Hill: 289 runs, 72.25 average.
Michael Enrico, Royals: 306 runs, 61.2 average.
Jimmy Farrer, Pyalong: 221 runs, 55.25 average.
Kaiden Garlick, Yea Tigers: 22 wkts, 96 runs, 4.36 average.
Kyle Hippisley, Broadford: 15 wkts, 94 runs, 6.27 average.
Michael Hard, Royals: 22 wkts, 139 runs 6.32 average.
Reece Emmins, Flowerdale: 274 runs, 137 average.
Russell Neilson, Broadford: 219 runs, 74 average.
Jimmy Stephens, Flowerdale: 328 runs, 65 average.
Mark Pointon, Royals: 18 wkts, 209 runs, 11.61 average.
Troy Bradshaw, Broadford: 15 wkts, 235 runs, 15.67 average.
Jesse Jones, Avenel: 12 wkts, 188 runs, 38.8 average.
Zachary Winter-Irving, Avenel: 194 runs, 194 average.
Joshua Buttler, Kilmore: 123 runs, 61.5 average.
Jack Connell, Broadford:194 runs, 38.8 average.
Connor McLeod, Kilmore: 15 wkts, 38 runs, 2.53 average.
Regan Kirby, Avenel: 11 wkts, 54 runs, 4.91 average.
Alexander Gayapersad, Kilmore: 11 wkts, 64 runs, 5.82 average.
Huw Jones, Nagambie: 246 runs, 123 average.
William Dundon, Tallarook: 203 runs, 50.75 average.
Dan Fisher, Tallarook: 186 runs, 46.5 average.
Josh Johnson, Yea Tigers: 10 wkts, 33 runs, 3.3 average.
James O’Donnell, Kilmore: 11 wkts, 57 runs, 5.18 average.
Callum Partridge, Kilmore: 12 wkts, 78 runs, 6.5 average.
The draw for next week:
A Grade: Avenel v Eastern Hill, Nagambie v Seymour, Alexandra v Kilmore, Broadford v Tallarook.
B Grade: Eastern Hill v Puckapunyal, Seymour v Royals, Kilmore v Pyalong, Tallarook v Avenel, Yea Tigers v Nagambie, Thornton v Alexandra.
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