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Tigers give up chase with not much more than a whimper

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November 13, 2017

Pine Lodge belted Central Park-St Brendan’s in the Jim McGregor Shield, rolling the Tigers for only 50.

Pine Lodge belted Central Park-St Brendan’s in the Jim McGregor Shield, rolling the Tigers for only 50.

The Lodgers made 7-137 batting first, with Hayden Cann (60) the star and Alexander Schmedje (3-16) Central Park’s best bowler.

Sam Coates (24) tried to play a lone hand for the Tigers in reply, as Samuel Hayes was a handful with 3-7 from eight overs for Pine Lodge.

●Mooroopna’s score of 9-156 was enough to see off Euroa, with the Magpies all out for 92 in reply.

Troy Brown (42) was the shining light in the middle order for the Cats, while Euroa opening bowler Paul Allen (4-19) was terrific.

Nathan Dunning (12) top scored for Euroa, but was notched out by the extras (27), while Daniel Hatton picked up three wickets for the Cats.

●Old Students won a run-fest against Karramomus by five wickets with four overs in hand.

The Students finished on 5-219 with Jagjit Bawa (65) and Ashish Chouhan (61) leading the charge.

David Delia (3-46) bowled well for the Students as Karramomus made 7-208 batting first, with Ashley Taylor (49) and Robert Chaston (44) in fine form for the Bloods.

●Murchison was too strong for Dookie, with the Grasshoppers chasing down the score of 111.

Bradley McKane (41) produced a strong performance for Dookie, despite Dylan Rowney (4-28) having a day out.

David Marsters (48) and Brandan Reilly (40) did the job for Murchison in the chase, getting the Grasshoppers to 2-117.

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