Pearson stars for Central, Crusaders roll Ex Services

Joel Pearson in action during Cootamundra’s Country Plate win over Yass early November. Pearson was in fine form for the Central Hotel today, taking four wickets for just three runs and scoring 26 himself. Picture: Harrison VeseyIT WAS blink-and-you-miss-it cricket in town today as the favourites ran out easy winners in all four local games.

Fisher Park saw its first cricket match since March 2014 as the Central Hotel hosted Young’s Commercial Scorchers.

Joel Pearson was the star player for the home side, taking four wickets for just three runs on the way to seeing the visitors all out for 84.

Pearson backed that up with an impressive knock of 26 runs and Aaron Cronin remained 18 not out.

Meanwhile on Albert Park,Darren Connell and Ryan Connellwere in fine form for the Crusaders.

The father and son combination tookthree and four wickets respectively as they rolled the Ex Services for just 67 runs.

Fill-in batsman Troy Tucker made 12 and Zac Craw remained not out as the ladders leaders reached the target with eight wickets to spare.

The Dunk Insurance Cup saw some similarly one-sided affairs.

On Clarke Oval, the Family Hotel Blues made 176 thanks to a fine knock of 67 from Matt Dickinson and 40 from James Dickinson.

At 4.30pm the hosts were looking comfortable as the Young Hotel Saints opening order collapsed to be 3/9. Fifteen minutes later they still looked in trouble at 5/29.

The Family should have a tougher game next week as they host Stockinbingal at Clarke Oval.

Stock werewinners on their ground, reaching 9/154 as Doug Hunt made 47.

They had the Temora Ex Services Renegades donefor 101 thanks to tight bowling for Luke Levett 4/22 and Brendan O’Callaghan 2/30 from 10 overs.

Out on Barry Grace Oval the unbeaten Wallendbeen Cricket Club enjoyed belting Young’s Commercial Phoenix around the park, riding their luck to make the most of a plethora of dropped catches.

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