EVCA halfway mark season summary | PHOTOS

RUN MACHINE: West Bendigo's Travis O'Connell is the competition's leading run-scorer with 412 at an average of 137.3. O'Connell's season includes 208 not out against United.
RUN MACHINE: West Bendigo's Travis O'Connell is the competition's leading run-scorer with 412 at an average of 137.3. O'Connell's season includes 208 not out against United.

A LOOK at how the Emu Valley Cricket Association division one teams have fared and who have been each side’s top performers in the first half of the season.

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SPRING GULLY – 1st

Record: 6-0-1, 108.5 pts

Batting points: 18.90

Bowling points: 11.60

Leading runs:

Rhys Webb – 380

Joel Bish – 330

Lachlan Brook – 291

Brannon Stanford – 168

Jesse Marciano – 153

Spring Gully's Brannon Stanford

Spring Gully's Brannon Stanford

Leading wickets:

James Fox – 11

Liam Pilcher – 9

Jesse Marciano – 8

Nick Skeen – 7

Alex Sutton – 6

Season MVP points:

Rhys Webb – 570

Lachlan Brook – 391

Jesse Marciano – 373

Joel Bish – 370

James Fox – 337

Liam Pilcher – 247

Highest score: 121 – Rhys Webb v West Bendigo

Best bowling: 5-35 – Liam Pilcher v West Bendigo

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SEDGWICK – 2nd

Record: 5-1-1, 102.2 pts

Batting points: 12.20

Bowling points: 16.00

Leading runs:

Matt Dwyer – 346

Daniel Chamberlain – 252

Greg Thomas – 184

Andrew Sheehan – 97

Jordan Ilsely – 58

Leading wickets:

Jordan Ilsely – 19

Justin Hancock – 11

Quinton Bentley – 11

Andrew Sheehan – 9

Simon Marwood – 8

Sedgwick's Greg Thomas

Sedgwick's Greg Thomas

Season MVP points:

Jordan Ilsley – 458

Matt Dwyer – 386

Daniel Chamberlain – 352

Greg Thomas – 314

Andrew Sheehan – 307

Quinton Bentley – 280

Highest score: 111 – Daniel Chamberlain v West Bendigo

Best bowling: 6-26 – Jordan Ilsley v Golden Gully

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MANDURANG – 3rd

Record: 4-2-1, 78.8 pts

Batting points: 11.01

Bowling points: 13.80

Leading runs:

Luke Rafferty – 249

Phil Berry – 205

Matt Pask – 195

Cain Ladiges – 103

James Pietromonaco – 83

Mandurang's Cain Ladiges.

Mandurang's Cain Ladiges.

Leading wickets:

Beau Roy-Clements – 14

James Pietromonaco – 12

Cain Ladiges – 7

Jeremy Hancock – 7

Clinton Botham – 6

Season MVP points:

James Pietromonaco – 343

Luke Rafferty – 334

Beau Roy-Clements – 331

Phil Berry – 285

Cain Ladiges – 273

Matt Pask – 265

Highest score: 74 – Luke Rafferty v Maiden Gully

Best bowling: 5-48 – Beau Roy-Clements v Maiden Gully

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UNITED – 4th

Record: 3-3-1, 65.8 pts

Batting points: 14.44

Bowling points: 9.40

Leading runs:

Josh White – 239

Keiran Nihill – 159

Xavier Walsh – 130

Will Horan – 104

Andrew Duguid – 85

TIGER VETERAN: United's Keiran Nihill has the season's best bowling figures of 6-25 off 17 overs taken against Mandurang in round five. Picture: DARREN HOWE

TIGER VETERAN: United's Keiran Nihill has the season's best bowling figures of 6-25 off 17 overs taken against Mandurang in round five. Picture: DARREN HOWE

Leading wickets:

Andrew Duguid – 9

Keiran Nihill – 6

Harry Moore – 5

Damien Nihill – 5

Josh White – 5

Season MVP points:

Josh White – 379

Keiran Nihill – 309

Andrew Duguid – 305

Noah Walsh – 242

Xavier Walsh – 190

Patrick Hartney – 164

Highest score: 97* – Will Horan v West Bendigo

Best bowling: 6-25 – Keiran Nihill v Mandurang

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MAIDEN GULLY – 5th

Record: 3-4, 61.8 pts

Batting points: 14.81

Bowling points: 11.00

Leading runs:

Dallas Gill – 181

Trevor Pickthall – 166

Darcy Poulter – 157

Rob Brown – 149

Anthony Medhurst – 132

Maiden Gully's Rob Brown.

Maiden Gully's Rob Brown.

Leading wickets:

Rob Brown – 18

Shane Rabbitt – 7

Brett Haw – 6

Kayle Thompson – 5

Alex Gorrie – 5

Season MVP points:

Rob Brown – 529

Alex Gorrie – 294

Dallas Gill – 241

Shane Rabbitt – 235

Brett Haw – 223

Trevor Pickthall – 196

Highest score: 56 – Anthony Medhurst v Golden Gully

Best bowling: 5-22 – Alex Gorrie v Golden Gully

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WEST BENDIGO – 6th

Record: 2-4-1, 53.1 pts

Batting points: 13.15

Bowling points: 10.00

Leading runs:

Travis O’Connell – 412

Ben Henson – 140

Andrew Mead – 122

Cameron Holding – 104

Gary Singh – 87

West Bendigo's Ben Henson.

West Bendigo's Ben Henson.

Leading wickets:

Shannon Murphy – 10

Gary Singh – 8

Josh Connolly – 5

Traiton Kendall – 4

Tarran Kilcullen – 4

Season MVP points:

Travis O’Connell – 472

Gary Singh – 247

Shannon Murphy – 212

Andrew Mead – 202

Joel Purdy – 196

Ben Henson – 170

Highest score: 208* – Travis O’Connell v United

Best bowling: 5-23 – Shannon Murphy v United

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GOLDEN GULLY – 7th

Record: 2-5, 47.1 pts

Batting points: 10.58

Bowling points: 12.60

Leading runs:

Mick Galvin – 125

Josh Hutchinson – 125

Kansas Varker – 100

Travis Eckardt – 95

Jordan Knight – 92

Golden Gully's Kansas Varker.

Golden Gully's Kansas Varker.

Leading wickets:

Brad Webster – 20

Bradley Smith – 8

Justin Marsh – 7

Kansas Varker – 7

Jordan Knight – 5

Season MVP points:

Brad Webster – 509

Kansas Varker – 290

Bradley Smith – 272

Mick Galvin – 225

Josh Hutchinson – 225

Jayden Russell – 225

Highest score: 49 – Josh Hutchinson v Maiden Gully, Jordan Knight v Sedgwick

Best bowling: 4-38 – Brad Webster v United

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MARONG – 8th

Record: 0-6-1, 28.6 pts

Batting points: 12.63

Bowling points: 10.00

Leading runs:

Duane Anderson – 184

Scott Ross – 159

Andrew Gladstone – 150

Chris Dixon – 123

Jeremy Ross – 101

Marong's Tom Wilson.

Marong's Tom Wilson.

Leading wickets:

Tom Wilson – 16

Adam Brown – 7

Duane Anderson – 7

Dean Cosgriff – 6

Ryan Murphy – 6

Season MVP points:

Tom Wilson – 444

Duane Anderson – 354

Scott Ross – 239

Jeremy Ross – 231

Adam Brown – 192

Dean Cosgriff – 191

Highest score: 87* – Scott Ross v West Bendigo

Best bowling: 6-33 – Tom Wilson v West Bendigo

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SEASON MVP POINTS CALCULATIONS ​– 

  • 1 run = 1 point 
  • 1 wicket = 20 points 
  • 1 catch = 10 points 
  • 1 stumping = 15 points
  • 1 run out = 15 points