INGLEWOOD demolished the Boort-Yando batting line-up twice to secure outright points in the Upper Loddon Cricket Association on Saturday.
Boort-Yando could muster just a combined 125 runs from its two innings in reply to Inglewood’s 229.
Boort-Yando was all out for 63 in its first dig and 62 in its second after following on, with its two innings lasting a combined 58 overs.
The highest score made by a Boort-Yando player was the 23 opener Simon Eicher compiled in the second innings.
Inglewood’s David Smyth finished with a match-haul of 7-22, taking 3-11 in the first innings and 4-11 in the second.
• Wedderburn narrowly avoided an outright loss against Arnold after it too was forced to follow on.
Chasing the Redbacks’ imposing 9-312, Wedderburn was bundled out for 102 in the 41st over.
Wedderburn later clung on by two wickets in the second innings to deny Arnold the outright as it finished 8-162.
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Arnold all-rounder Ryan Metelmann backed up his 128 last week by taking 3-13 in the first innings and 3-51 in the second.
• Kingower crushed Serpentine by 190 runs in the battle of top versus bottom.
Serpentine lost its last nine wickets for just 16 runs, crashing from 1-48 to all out 64 chasing Kingower’s 254.
Ben Rose (3-13), Jayden Leach (2-14), Brett Wilson (2-15) and Matt Rowe (2-2) were all multiple wicket-takers for Kingower.
Serpentine was 1-108 in its second innings.
• Bridgewater won its third game of the season, defeating Newbridge by 61 runs.
Led by 6-61 from Jayden Burke, Bridgewater successfully defended its 250, dismissing Newbridge for 189.
Captain Taz Fitzallen top-scored with 47 for Newbridge, which lost its last six wickets for 20 runs.
• Meanwhile, next Saturday’s Northern United Cricket Association Twenty20 grand final will be played between Elmore and Raywood at Colbinabbin.
The third and final round of T20 matches were played on Saturday – Bagshot 8-104 tied Calivil 7-104; Elmore 5-157 d Dingee 6-144; Raywood d Colbinabbin by forfeit; Heathcote d Goornong by forfeit.
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