NURIOOTPA has secured the Barossa & Light A1-reserves two-day premiership after thumping Lyndoch by 141 runs in the decider at Tanunda over the weekend.
THE two best teams in the Barossa & Light A1 cricket competition, Angaston and South Gawler, will do battle this weekend for the two-day premiership once again at Nuriootpa Oval.
GAWLER Central secured its spot in the Barossa & Light A1-reserves cricket finals after destroying Willaston on Saturday afternoon.
TANUNDA secured its fourth victory of the season by stunning Freeling by three wickets in Barossa & Light A1 cricket on Saturday.
GREENOCK is in prime position in its Barossa & Light A1 reserves game against Eudunda-Robertstown, despite making just 105 runs in its first innings on Saturday.
TANUNDA has achieved the ultimate redemption after last season’s grand final loss, defeating Nuriootpa in the big dance, over the weekend, to claim the Barossa & Light A1 reserves cricket two-day flag.
ANGASTON has achieved a feat that many believed was impossible, claiming its third consecutive Barossa & Light A1 two-day cricket premiership after a low-scoring 19-run victory over Kapunda, at Stockwell, over the weekend.
KAPUNDA bowler Rob Johnson has led his side to one of the mightiest comebacks in recent memory, ending South Gawler’s season and booking the Bombers a place in the Barossa & Light A1 cricket grand final in the process.