ELMORE’S rags to riches season in the Northern United Cricket Association continued on Saturday with a 20-run win over ladder-leading Bagshot.
Chasing Bagshot’s 7-166, Elmore was under pressure at 8-153, before Joshua Milne (59 n.o.) and Joe Harney (4 n.o.) guided the visitors over the line and to 8-186.
After winning the toss and batting, Bagshot’s innings featured an opening partnership of 105 between skipper Marc Sherwell (71) and Stefan Anderson (48).
Jauvane Bannon (3-15) claimed three wickets for Elmore.
• Heathcote is breathing life back into its season, with a second-consecutive win.
Bottom side Heathcote (149) defeated Colbinabbin (142) by seven runs.
Steven Morgan (3-14) bowled well for Heathcote, while the best batting performance of the game was from Colbinabbin skipper Hadleigh Sirett (69).
• Calivil bounced back from consecutive losses to defeat Raywood by 52 runs.
A knock of 55 from Matt Gilmore helped Calivil to 7-179, while Glen Wallis claimed 3-19 for Raywood.
Raywood was held to 7-127 in reply, with only captain Braden Latter (41 n.o.) making more than 20.
Phil Brown snared 3-26 off eight overs for Calivil.
• Goornong (9-100) defeated Dingee (90) by 10 runs.
Scott Lawry (4-19) and Nick Hobbs (3-12) combined for seven wickets for Dingee.
No Goornong details were supplied by deadline.
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