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Kyabram cruises

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February 06, 2017

Rylan Cunningham (5-13) ran through the Bloods line-up as they were 5-4 at one stage.

Kyabram could push for an outright Jim McGregor Shield win this Saturday after smashing Karramomus on Saturday.

Rylan Cunningham (5-13) ran through the Bloods line-up as they were 5-4 at one stage with Inder Singh (61) saving them from an embarrassing score.

Singh was the only player to score more than seven with Damien Parsons picking up three wickets to go with Cunningham’s heroics.

Kyabram went to stumps at 2-126, with Brendan Baumann (52) and Jayden Fitzgerald (36 not out) the star performers.

Old Students dominated on their way to 9-373 against Shepparton United as Sachin Kumar Patel blasted a brilliant 119, while Jag Singh worked his way to a bright 68.

Michael Tate finished with three wickets.

Central Park-St Brendan’s scored first innings points against Euroa thanks to blazing knocks from Thomas Ryan and Andrew Butcher.

Ryan belted 100, while Butcher hit 70 to guide the Tigers to 4-196 in 35 overs in reply to the Tigers’ 134.

Mason Vearing (62) led the way for the Magpies, while Nicholas Younghusband finished with figures of 4-19.

David Marsters’ sensational 181 was the highlight of Murchison’s massive score of 8-350 against Dookie.

Marsters went to town on Dookie’s bowling before being out 19 runs short of a remarkable double century.

Declan Moreno battled hard for Dookie with four wickets.

Pine Lodge look to have the upper hand against Mooroopna after bowling the Cats out for 128.

Michael Van Dorsser (26) top scored opening the batting, while Devinder Singh sent down an incredible 17 maidens in his 28-over spell to pick up 4-24.

The Lodgers went to stumps at 1-27 with Ryan Neil picking up the breakthrough for the Cats.

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