Ash burns with bat to help Katandra upset Central Park

January 30, 2017

Young gun Lachlan Ash led the charge with a magnificent 88.

Katandra completed an upset of Central Park-St Brendan’s in the Clyde Young Shield on Saturday.

The Eagles are out of finals contention, but easily accounted for the third-placed Tigers.

Young gun Lachlan Ash led the charge with a magnificent 88 as Katandra racked up 251 in pursuit of 138 after resuming day two at 2-71.

Russell Sheriff toiled hard for the Tigers with 5-37.

Undera went six points clear on top of the ladder after steamrolling Shepparton United in a blockbuster clash.

The Lions could only muster 152 batting first last week, but had United at 4-38 in trouble by the end of day one.

Undera went on with the job, skittling the visitors for 81 at Undera Recreation Reserve as Josh Wilson (11) was the only United batsman to pass double figures.

Daniel Godsmark (4-17) and Steven Valentin (3-11) were Undera’s dominant bowlers.

Mooroopna’s finals hopes are all but over after Kyabram secured a thrilling one-wicket win.

The Redbacks were chasing the Cats’ total of 192 and looked to be on track before a lower-order collapse.

Cruising at 4-131, Kyabram made hard work of the chase by losing two wickets on 192, but was able to finish at 9-213.

Tim Nelson (55) and Jack Young (43) stood out for the Redbacks, while Guy Madigan (4-38) was the Cats’ best bowler.

Old Students held on for an 11-run win against Tatura, defending their score of 177.

Tatura resumed two wickets down after a tricky late period to bat on day one, while Ross Hammer (4-27) and Wes Strang (4-37) went on with the job.

James Pyke dug in with 60 as Tatura was all out for 166 in the 84th over.

Numurkah fought hard, but could not chase down Karramomus’ score of 6-270.

The Blues recovered from 2-24 at stumps on day one, with 75 from Chris O’Dwyer, along with Brett O’Dwyer (39) pushing them towards 218.

Nathan Jones and Luke Sibley claimed three wickets each for the Bloods.

Euroa got in some batting practice after destroying Northerners in only 20 overs for 125 after resuming at 6-80.

The Magpies batted for a second time, scoring 3-153 from 39 overs.

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