Four players make their second appearance of the season in the Bendigo Addy's BDCA Team of the Week.
Strathdale's Daniel Clohesy, Sandhurst's Dylan Gibson, White Hills' Rhys Irwin and Eaglehawk's Nick Farley are in the team for the second-straight week.
Gibson, Irwin and Farley helped their teams to impressive wins in round three, while Clohesy made the highest individual score of round three in the Suns' one-run loss to Strathfieldsaye.
BDCA Team of the Week - round three
1. Daniel Clohesy (Strathdale-Maristians)
Five runs short of his maiden first XI century in round two and nine runs short in round three.
While it would only be natural for Clohesy to feel some frustration at not notching three figures, at least he's seeing the ball like a pumpkin.
The elevation in the batting order to opener has suited his style.
2. Tim Wood (Strathfieldsaye)
The Jets had many players make a contribution to the win over Strathdale, but none were more important than Wood.
The right-hander smashed 59 off 39 balls to not only give his side a great start but also put the Suns on the back foot - a position they're not accustomed to.
It was a vital knock in the context of the game.
3. Anthony West (Eaglehawk)
West's 80 off 94 balls was the backbone of the Borough's winning score against Bendigo United.
The right-hander relished the opportunity to open the innings, hitting eight boundaries.
4. Dylan Gibson (Sandhurst)
The extra responsibility of coaching is working for the Dragons' all-rounder.
For the second-straight week a fine performance to guide his side over the line.
71 not out off 100 balls as the Dragons won by eight wickets.
5. Steve Barrett (Bendigo United)
The keeper-batsman showed his class with a superb 77 off 71 balls to give the Redbacks a chance at an unlikely victory.
Barrett belted nine fours and one six.
Read more: Team of the week - round one
Read more: Team of the week - round two
6. Liam Smith (Golden Square)
The Bulldogs' skipper ensured his side had a competitive total to defend against the Roos.
Smith's patient 63 not out lifted Square to 7-166. He also bowled tightly and took one wicket in the 18-run win.
7. Rhys Irwin (White Hills)
The Demons' opening bowler dismissed three of Huntly-North Epsom's top four batters (3-31) and then made 48 with the bat in the five-wicket victory.
8. Nick Farley (Eaglehawk)
Has developed into one of the best all-rounders in the competition.
He hit five sixes in his crucial 45 off 32 balls and then backed up with the ball by taking three wickets.
9. Jake Thrum (Bendigo United)
Thrum pips fellow spinner Nick Wallace (White Hills) because of his 30 runs with the bat. Thrum took 4-27 with the ball in the narrow eight-run loss to the Borough.
10. Savith Priyan (Strathfieldsaye)
Five wickets in a win over Strathdale - great day for the left-arm orthodox spinner.
Priyan took the first five wickets to fall in his spell of 5-48 off nine overs.
11. Aaron Monro (Eaglehawk)
The veteran medium-pacer gets the nod because of his impact in a winning performance.
His opening spell of five overs 3-3 put the Hawks on the way to victory against Bendigo United.
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