Nathalia has finished as minor premier in the Premier Cup by just two runs over Deniliquin Rhinos.March 14, 2014 4:10am
Murray Valley Cricket Waaia vs Barooga at Waaia- John O'Dwyer (Barooga)Release: Barooga's John O'Dwyer comes charging into the attack.
Nathalia has finished as minor premier in the Premier Cup by just two runs over Deniliquin Rhinos after Nathalia defeated third-placed Strathmerton by 184 runs, with Nathalia’s Hayden Brown making 116 not out.
Deniliquin defeated sixth-placed Katamatite outright with Deniliquin’s Brenton Louden taking 7-29 for the game.
Barooga has moved into fourth place on the ladder, defeating Waaia by two wickets thanks to Barooga’s Kale Watkins who made 93 not out.
The semi-finals are Nathalia v Barooga at Cobram Showgrounds starting at 11
In the Premier Plate Cobram defeated Finley by 119 runs, Cobram-Yarroweyah United defeated Tocumwal by 70 runs and Katunga defeated Jerilderie outright.
The semi-finals are Cobram v Finley at Berrigan starting at 11
Police abandoned a pursuit near Shepparton East for safety concerns after the pursued car reached speeds of 140km/h.
Some of Australia’s best kayakers were in Yarrawonga on Sunday at the annual Yarrawonga-Mulwala Canoe Club’s Murray River Classic kayak race.
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