Lachie Stuckey: 2 games in a row the pencil stache gets into the Team of the Week after crashing a quick fire 33 as the 2s were in search for 320, which only consisted of 3s and 4s! Really starting to feel comfortable at this level and that big ton isn't too far away.
Joe Morsello: The newly appointed coach delivered a so desperately needed 1st XI ton where he carried the team to 228 which seemed to be a bit too many for Mountain Gate before the thunder came.
Gerard Jongen: Big Easy would've been pleased with his sons efforts in the 2s this week making a composed 45 which held the batting together and says that the black skies cost him a 50!
Hayden Morrison: Finally the big score came, after so many starts but unable to convert them. Coming in at 2/25 in the 3s, Dosmanstagram piled on the runs on a warm Monbulk day, making his first ton finishing on 183 not out which helped them team to an imposing 7/327. Lets hope this is just the start.
Adam Wylde: Adam joined dos in a bit of trouble at 3/53 and smashed a very classy 70 in a partnership of 145 and was very lucky to not get to three figures before he was well caught in the gully. I hope he gets new shoelaces though.
Sam Bakker: Arriving at the college, Baxter took 3/38 in the first innings where the 4s rolled upper gully for 96 and his week got even better finishing the day on 70* then converting it to finish on 102*. Hopefully a promotion to the 3s this week where he can continue that form.
Trav Mulder: Ahhh, the old fox keeps delivering, in his 200th match the old man finished with figures of 3/62 on a warm and where the opposition crunched 320. Father time is not catching up with this bloke.
Nav Singh: Following a return to form in the t20, the navman kept that form going with 3/52 which help put the 1s in a fantastic position before the game was called off.
Adam Metherrell: The leading wicket taker in the comp before Cam Wheeler took 11 in one game. Continued his great comeback to the club with another 2fa taking his tally to 11- the same amount cam got in one game haha.
Nixon Adcock: The cricket lover keeps finding a way with his offies snaring a cheeky 5/34 of 13 tight overs which helped the 3s to a win before the heavens opened and he can enjoy the next week in Gold coast for schoolies.
Greg Crook: The crooky monster is the skipper for this weeks side and keeps terrorising batsmen in div 6 with match figures of 4/19.
Mitch Gregory: This guy keeps performing! Must be all the gym work his been doing haha! not his best game with the ball but finished with a hard hitting 34 in dark skies.