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Taipans at most venomous with Watts snaring hat-trick

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October 16, 2017

Toolamba secured the most comfortable win in the J Perry Shield that you could ask for.

Toolamba secured the most comfortable win in the J Perry Shield that you could ask for.

The Taipans steamrolled Undera for just 17 in the 18th over on Saturday, with Greg Watts, Nicholas Williamson and Liam Callegari taking three wickets each.

Watts’ haul was a hat-trick.

Aidan Callegari and Simon Beckingham notched up 15 each to see Toolamba home to 0-31 after six overs.

●Karramomus defeated Shepparton United by five wickets thanks to an unbeaten 65 from Robert Thompson and four wickets to Tony Rowan.

The Bloods responded to United’s 9-146 with 5-155 after 36 overs, with Tom Ashdown (36) and Steve Nash (22) leading by example for United.

●Invergordon won by seven wickets against Murchison, getting to the winning target with 21 overs to spare.

Shannon Broadbent (21) top-scored for Murchison as the Grasshoppers made 8-92 after being sent into bat, while Bayden Moor and Travis Murdoch picked up three wickets each.

Dion Gleeson belted 50 for Invergordon to see his team finish up on 3-94.

●A consistent contribution from Numurkah helped the Blues defeat Mooroopna by 49 runs.

Steve Morris (41), David Roberts (24), Daemon Potts (21) and Bailey Roberts (20) contributed with the bat for Numurkah, while James Woods (3-9) and Riley Moon (3-14) led the bowling for the Cats.

Darcy Holding was Numurkah’s best bowler with 3-16, while Clint Brereton hit a bright 34 for the Cats to top their scoring.

●Euroa was too strong for Kyabram, winning by 47 runs.

Captain Nathan Pell battled hard for the Redbacks with 58, while Kanwal Singh had a massive influence with the ball, taking 5-16.

Euroa’s scorecard was not supplied at the time of writing yesterday.

●In the final game, Tatura made 4-203 batting first against Dhurringile thanks to terrific knocks from James Collett (68), James Gerrish (50) and Will Pyke (33).

Dhurringile could not escape the clutches of the Tatura bowlers as it was all out for 168.

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