Team of the Round
Posted by Daine Vernon on Wednesday, 4 Mar 2020 at 8:06pm



Peter Dunlop - Seems to be a regular occurrence that this man is in the TOTW. After a good fight back with the ball and a double chance on the line, the skipper led the way with a crisp 103*, his first for the club.

Ben Mclean - It seems that the secret to Bens success this year is not training. Those words coming from the man himself, in chase of a below par 140, he pulled his way to 64 to take his season total to 332 and take home the 4s batting award.

Jason Buljubasic - In tandem with Ben they put the game to bed early putting on 110 for the first wicket before Jase was dismissed for a swashbuckling 47.

Andrew Potts - A return to form for the former 3rd XI captain, anchoring the innings with a hard hitting 49 before chopping on.

Matthew Bell - Combined with Pete beautifully, scoring 59 of his own and sharing an unbeaten 160 run partnership to get the side home. 

Spencer Stuckey - Another regular in this side it seems. The young gun continues to work his magic with the ball, this time claiming 3/14 from 8 overs to help dismiss FTG for 109 and take his wicket tally to 30 for the season. 

Travis Mulder - A first for the fox this week claiming a hat trick (the first of his career) and having the elite figures of 4/7 from 7! Whilst also chipping in with 21* 

Josh Curnow - A great all-round performance from Curn, firstly being tidy with the ball 2/24 and then almost getting the side over the line with 29 before he was bowled and the game was tied. 

Daine Vernon - Another solid performance from Daino with figures of 2/22 really tying Rowville’s batsmen down in the middle overs was a big factor in the 3s claiming the points and ending the year off in style. 

Anthony Jongen - With the 3s defending a modest 150, nibby got them off to the perfect start removing the top 3 quickly and more importantly their skipper who has haunted the 3rd XI in the past. A great end to the year for nib finishing with 3/16 from his 8.

Andrew Gregor - The former bar manager and future life member has been in a rich vein of form of late. This week it was Knox City’s turn to face the heat of Gregor and he didn’t disappoint taking 3/30.


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