CENTURIES to openers Tom McKinley and Patrick Murphy powered Bridgewater to a thumping 10-wicket win over Arnold in the Upper Loddon Cricket Association on Saturday.
The Bulls made light work of home side Arnold's score of 6-183 after the Redbacks won the toss and batted.
Bridgewater answered with 0-226 as McKinley (115 n.o.) and Murphy (101 n.o.) both raised their bat before stumps were pulled after 32 overs.
McKinley now has four scores above 60 from six trips to the crease this season and is the competition's leading run-scorer with 346 at an average of 86.5.
Earlier, Arnold's 6-183 was spearheaded by a knock of 73 from hard-hitting opener Matt Giri.
Arnold has now lost two games in a row following its 4-0 start, while the resurgent Bridgewater has strung together two wins on the trot having been 1-4 at the Christmas-New Year break.
In Saturday's other game Boort-Yando forfeited to Kingower, which has moved to top spot on the ladder.
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