Team of the Round
Continued his fine form in the 2s but this time with the bat, with a fine 42 to almost help get the 2s over the line in a thriller.
The son of club legend foxy got his way to his first career 50, getting the 4s to a competitive total finishing with 51.
Back in for his 2nd game since the birth of his 2nd child, The IT master slogged his way to 73 which included 7 sixes and was involved in a crucial partnership with Josh Mulder to give the 4s a chance.
Already in fine form this season, the youngest wylde found himself back in the 2s and sent a message to selectors making a very fine 80 to almost guide the 2s to a thrilling win.
A lone hand from the Mexican as he found himself watching wickets tumble at the other end, contributing 30 of the 1s score of 127.
Son of Chris and brother of Lachie, Spence kept his name in the conversation as the number 1 Stuckey by smacking his way to a crisp 39 while also taking 3/7 in the 3s win.
After some minor back and neck issues, the former sandwich king came back with a bang in the 2nd XI claiming 3/23 from just 7 overs to give the side a big chance of an upset.
In tandem with “Bdog Slim”, Nibby ripped through the Upper Gully top order, finishing with figures of 2/24 off 6.
Known as BDog Slim by his skipper Sean Reid, Bailey turned it on by taking 2/23 from his 6 to all but seal the game early in defending a total of 190.
First game back in the twos this season for Daino saw him take 2/40 from his 8 in what was a high scoring affair.
With tight bowling the key on a small ground in the 4s, Nater got given the new rock and didn’t disappoint, taking 1/26 off 6 overs.