EVCA REVIEW: Spring Gully

Finished: 8th – 4-7-1.

Round-by-round ladder position: 10th, 7th, 3rd, 7th, 7th, 6th, 7th, 7th, 7th, 7th, 7th, 8th.

Bash for Cash: Beaten in semi-final – won 4, lost 3.

Most runs: Jayden Mannix - 277 @ 25.2.

Most wickets: Damien Dunlop - 20 @ 15.6, Liam Pilcher 20 @ 23.0.

Highest score: 111 – Shaun Makepeace, v Maiden Gully, round 2.

Best bowling: 6-21 – Liam Pilcher, v Golden Gully, round 3.

IT was one of those forgettable seasons that couldn’t end quickly enough for the Crows.

Controversy didn’t seem to be far from the Crows this season - firstly when they parted ways with coach Damien Dunlop mid-game in round six, and secondly, in the final round when they were forced to play for no points across their division one, two and four teams following a forfeit blunder.

The biggest issue with the Crows - who used 31 players - was their batting, which is highlighted perfectly by the fact Shaun Makepeace batted just three times and was Spring Gully’s second highest run-scorer with 200.

Only Makepeace (111 and 79) and captain Jayden Mannix (66*) posted scores over 50 for the Crows, while just five players made more than 100 runs for the season.

DIVISION 2: 6th – 5-5-2.

DIVISION 3: 7th – 4-5-1.

DIVISION 4: 2nd – 11-3-1.

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