ORANGE City Warriors flexed their bowling muscle in their Orange District Cricket Association second-third grade win on Saturday.
Playing at Max Stewart Oval against Wanderers Force, the Warriors finished their overs on 8-139 with Jason Corby the best on 27.
In response, the Warriors ripped through the Wanderers Force batting line-up to have them all out for 33 in the 17th over.
No Wanderers batsman was able to reach double figures.
Paul Flitcroft was chief destroyer taking 5-25 from his eight overs.
Corby delivered an all-round performance to claim 4-16 from his eight overs.
Nick Cooper took 1-2 from his single over.
An unbeaten century from Luke Wilson helped Cavaliers enjoy a one-wicket win over Centrals.
After watching Centrals finish on 173, Wilson opened the batting and his 104 not out was the key in pushing Cavaliers to 9-177.
Wilson’s century included 16 fours.
Only one other Cavaliers batsman reached double figures as Centrals bowler Roshan Eiseman (4-33) ripped through the top order.
Gladstone scored a seven-wicket win over CYMS at Spring Hill.
CYMS finished their overs on 8-150 with Adam Smith unbeaten on 38.
Ben McAlpine troubled the CYMS batsmen as the Gladstone bowler took 4-18 from six overs.
Tim Lowe (57) and Ray Milner (68no) played key roles in pushing Gladstone to 3-153 and the win.
Nathanael Vazouras had an outstanding game for Kinross Young Guns in their Centenary Cup win over CYMS Fahys.
Vazouras took 3-21 from his 4.4 overs and helped removed CYMS Fahys for 163.
Vazouras then opened the batting for the Young Guns and his unbeaten 107 pushed his side to 3-172 and victory.
Orange City scored an eight-wicket win over CYMS Kellys at Brendon Sturgeon Oval.
CYMS made 7-111 and City was able to reach 113 with eight wickets in hand.
ON THE SPOT: Kinross Young Guns bowler Fletcher Rose watches his delivery to a CYMS Fahys batsman. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 1109kennettcrick1
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