Bendigo's best female cricket products were in great form in Sunday's round of Victorian Premier Cricket.
Australian representative Tayla Vlaeminck teamed up with Kangaroo Flat's Jasmine Nevins for a 112-run partnership for the fourth wicket for Plenty Valley against Box Hill.
Vlaeminck made 57 off 56 balls, while Nevins made 54 off 75 balls - her highest one-day score - as they rescued Plenty Valley from 3-40 to a score of 177 all out.
Nevins is enjoying a fine season with the bat. The teenager has made scores of 45, 45, 23 and 54.
In her first game since the WBBL concluded, Vlaeminck took 1-15 off six overs as Box Hill cruised to a seven-wicket victory.
Bendigo's Cailin Green took 3-29 for Carlton in the Blues' four-run win over Dandenong.
Not renowned for her bowling, Green's spell was vital in the narrow victory.
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Earlier in the day, Green opened the batting and made one. In round three she made her highest Premier Cricket score of 56 against Prahran.
Meanwhile, former BDCA spinners Todd Murphy and Liam Bowe spun their teams to victory in men's Premier Cricket on Saturday.
Murphy took 5-32 in St Kilda's win over Frankston-Peninsula and Bowe took 4-33 in Essendon's victory against Camberwell Magpies. James Seymour was also in good touch for the Bombers, making 67 off 96 balls. James Ryan finished seven not out.
Xavier Crone was wicketless for Carlton, but he did hit two sixes in a quickfire 21 with the bat.
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