LYNDOCH left Kapunda on Saturday with its finals hopes still alive after a nervy two-wicket win in its Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1-reserves matchup.
BEGINNING day two chasing Eastern Park’s mammoth 8/305 total, Parafield Gardens had too many weak links in its Para District Cricket Association grade one away fixture.
SOUTH Gawler picked up its league-leading second outright win on an action-packed day two of its Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1 match at Freeling to now sit three wins clear of fifth place; essentially locking up a finals spot.
TRINITY will be in for a nervous second day in its Adelaide Turf Cricket Association A1 matchup with Para Hills after posting a slightly below par total of 158.
GAWLER Central will be hunting a crucial outright win on day two of its Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1-reserves matchup with Eudunda-Robertstown after dominating the opening day’s play.
AFTER lighting the Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1 competition on fire for the first couple of months, Angaston has begun to show its mortality and is locked in a fierce battle with Sandy Creek after day-one’s play.
SOUTH Gawler’s opening pair of Nathan Fenwick (81) and Chris Graser (74) came through in a big way on day one of their two-day Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1 matchup with Tanunda, setting the table for a big score.
TRINITY let a golden chance slip away in its two day Adelaide Turf Cricket Association fixture at Ingle Farm, failing to chase down a target of 76.