TWO centuries in the same game were the highlight as HADSPEN warmed up for finals next week with a big 139-run victory over Diggers in their TCL clash yesterday.
Hadspen made 7-314, batting first, with Bradley Moore hitting 101, including 17 fours and two sixes. Glenn Ellis scored 50 and Ivo Agostini 39.
Diggers made 9-175 in reply with opener Mark Sowden scoring an outstanding knock of 117 not out off 72 balls, carrying his bat and finishing with 18 fours and three sixes.
Clint Moore picked up 3-9 with the ball for Hadspen and Matt Green 3-23. Adam Henderson was the Diggers’ best bowler finishing with 3-35.
BEAUTY POINT notched a four-wicket victory over Uni-Mowbray in their game at Beauty Point.
Uni won the toss and made 8-137 batting first with Jai Cooley the best batsman top scoring
with 55 and Damien Martin made 33.
The home side chased down the total but not before it lost six wickets, slumping to 4-36, in a top-order collapse before captain-coach Stuart Prewer stepped up and guided his team home
after top-scoring with 42.
TREVALLYN knocked Longford over for just 76 in their game at Longford and cruised to a
seven-wicket win finishing at 3-80.
Phil Dodd was the only Longford batsman to make double figures with 25 as the Tigers
batting line-up crumbled.
Brett Martin took 3-16 for Trevallyn with the ball with Josh Walker, Wayne Ford and Adam
Bourke taking two wickets each.
ACL scored an upset one-wicket victory over Legana at Brooks High School in a thriller.
The home side put Legana in to bat and held it to 6-169, and then knocked off the total with
one wicket in hand finishing at 9-171, and getting over the line with one ball to spare.
Opener Scott Bennett held the run chase together for ACL top scoring with 61.
Mark Payne made 43 for Legana and Ian Champion scored 42.