All-rounders dominate the Bendigo Addy's BDCA Team of the Week for round two.
Eight of the 11 players in the team bowl for their respective clubs.
No player selected in the Team of the Week for round one earned selection for round two.
BDCA Team of the Week - round two
1. Daniel Clohesy (Strathdale)
Career-best day with the bat for the Suns' new opener. 95 off 91 balls with 11 fours and four sixes to set up the Suns' big win over White Hills.
2. Ryan Grundy (Huntly-North Epsom)
Looked set to guide the Power to victory before being dismissed by a brilliant catch. 66 of 75 balls with seven boundaries and one six - an ominous sign for this Saturday's opponent, White Hills.
3. Clayton Holmes (Bendigo United)
The skipper played a match-winning innings for the redbacks against Strathfieldsaye.
4. Grant Waldron (Strathdale)
Another half-century for the consistent Suns' coach. 69 off 96 balls and a 124-run stand for the second wicket with Clohesy.
5. Rhys Irwin (White Hills)
The Demons' all-rounder paced the White Hills innings with 63 off 93 balls against the Suns. Bowled better than his figures of 1-49 would suggest.
6. Dylan Gibson (Sandhurst)
Held the Sandhurst innings together in the win over the Power with a patient 53 off 96 balls before opening the bowling with his left-arm spinners and producing a crucial spell of 2-19 off eight overs.
7. Angus Chisholm (Eaglehawk)
3-25 with the ball and a brisk 22 off 25 balls with the bat. Won't be the last time the talented teen is in the Team of the Week this season.
8. Ash Gray (Sandhurst)
Fills the bating/wicket-keeper role this week on the back of some heavy hitting against the Power. His 45 off 28 balls late in the innings lifted Sandhurst to a winnable total. One catch and one stumping with the gloves.
9. Nathan Fitzpatrick (Bendigo)
Only bowled 19 balls for the day, but he had figures of 3-12 and, importantly, two of the three wickets were at the top of the Golden Square order, including the prized scalp of Liam Smith for a duck.
10. Nick Farley (Eaglehawk)
The new Eaglehawk skipper helped changed the momentum of the match against the Roos by taking 3-23 off nine overs. His spell, alongside Angus Chisholm, proved to be match-defining.
11. Ben Yarwood (Sandhurst)
The left-armer grabbed 4-24 off eight overs as the Dragons recovered from a poor position to defeat the Power by 21 runs.
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