Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade competition heads into final round.CHALPAT SONTI March 5, 2014 4:37am
Top spot on the ladder almost definitely settled and a great birthday present for Eastern Hill bowler Dean Fulco were the highlights of the penultimate round of Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade competition on Saturday.
Kilmore’s outright at Seymour coupled with Nagambie failing to chase down Alexandra has given the Blues an eight-point buffer ahead of the top-of-the-table clash this weekend.
Broadford also put itself in the frame for a home semi-final by holding on against a plucky Avenel and hosts the Maroons — an outright or strong first innings win coupled with a Nagambie loss could see the Red-and-Blacks take second.
Alexandra also confirmed its spot in the finals and hosts Eastern Hill in the last round. The Kings Park boys had a big win against Tallarook, with Fulco starring with 6-21 on his 21st birthday. And he bowled 21 overs.
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