Bendigo United opening bowler Tom Batters' brilliant summer continued when he took five wickets in Sunday's Victorian Country Cricket League challenge match at the Junction Oval.
It was the second time for the summer the seam bowler claimed a five-wicket haul in the all-star matches.
Playing for the East All-Stars, Batters bagged 5-27 off 8.4 overs to help his side to a six-wicket victory in the first match at the QEO last month.
He backed that performance up with figures of 5-38 off his eight overs in East's loss to West on Sunday.
Batters had figures of 10-65 off 16.4 overs across the two matches.
Strathdale-Maristians' Jack Neylon had a good day with the bat in Sunday's game.
Neylon made 38 off 49 balls to be the second-highest scorer in East's score of 9-218 off 40 overs.
Cam Taylor (Strathdale) made 20, while his opening partner Joel Murphy (Sandhurst) fell for seven.
The West team responded with 8-220 off 37.1 overs.
Taylor bowled six overs for the East all-stars and had figures of 0-46.
East had West in trouble at 8-172 before an unbroken ninth-wicket stand between Nathan Alexander (45 not out) and Sam Coutts (27 not out) swung the game West's way.
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