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.
WILLASTON found itself in a strong position to nab a road win at Gawler Central in Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1-reserves action after bowling out the hosts for 146, but the inability to bat out the day’s final overs left the door wide open.
AFTER pushing Angaston all the way on its Saturday fixture (see page 40 for recap), Tanunda shocked the undefeated league leaders on Sunday at Angaston Oval in the one-day decider.
AFTER pushing Angaston all the way on its Saturday fixture, Tanunda shocked the undefeated league leaders on Sunday at Angaston Oval in the one-day decider.
MALLALA opening batsman, Jake Birchmore, managed to stick around for his side’s full 40 overs in its one-day clash with South Gawler in Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1 action, finishing on 91 notout.
WITH both teams sitting at 4-3 on the season, Lyndoch made the trip to Willaston for its Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1-reserves matchup, with the home side making a statement after winning the toss and choosing to bowl.
ANGLE Vale’s Justin Carman will be taking home the game ball after taking 10 wickets in the Para Districts Cricket Association grade one matchup against North Eastern Knights.
AFTER setting the tone on day one of its Barossa & Light A1 reserves cricket matchup with Willaston, Greenock picked up where it left off, on its way to outright victory.