SDCA A-grade competition produces a surprise final.CHALPAT SONTI January 16, 2013 4:37am
Broadford and Nagambie will be out to create their own slices of history on Sunday after defying the odds to make Seymour District Cricket Association one-day cricket grand final.
Both sides won at the weekend, knocking out rivals Seymour and Kilmore from contention in contrasting wins, and combined with Tallarook’s defeat of previously top-of-the-table Alexandra, have created a showdown few would have foreseen before the weekend’s games.
Neither club has won the one-day title previously. The game will be played at Broadford from 12.30
Final one-day ladder: Broadford 30 (1.54 per cent), Nagambie 30 (1.33), Alexandra 30 (1.31), Kilmore 24, Seymour 24, Tallarook 12, Eastern Hill 12, Avenel 3.
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