Plenty of highlights in lastest Seymour District Cricket Association A-grade round.CHALPAT SONTI November 28, 2012 4:45am
It was a day when some of Seymour District Cricket Association’s youngest stars shone — and yet didn’t entirely overshadow some of its veteran performers.
Nagambie’s Kyle Winter-Irving led the way, scoring a brilliant 137 not out as he led his side to an imposing total against Eastern Hill, while veteran Stu Hanley returned in fine style for the home team with five wickets.
Over at Tallarook fellow youngsters Harry Wheeler and Max Jones combined with skipper Mick Donovan to post a useful total for Avenel, while the evergreen Sam Watts starred with the ball for the home side.
Brock Boddington was at his usual high level for Seymour, but the visitors face a tricky run chase at Kilmore, while Broadford are again in a position to push for an outright at Alexandra after 17 wickets fell on the first day.
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