Two Waterholes defeat Boomerangs and Louth-Fords Bridge game washed out
Two Waterholes team photo back: Troy Hayman Jnr, Sam Rice, Troy Hayman Snr, Kyhal Hayman, Sam Simmons, Damian De Vries, Peter Robinson. Front: Adam McLean, Mick Jackson, Mick Willoughby, Russell Tiffen Two Waterholes defeated Bourke Boomerangs - reaching the required 110 runs with 9 overs remaining and 2 wickets to spare. PHOTO TWH
There were two matches over the weekend, with Bourke Boomerangs hosting Two Waterholes and Louth hosting Fords Bridge. As expected, the match between Two Waterholes and Bourke Boomerangs was tightly contested in windy conditions at Davidson Oval on Saturday. Boomerangs Captain Nathan Orcher won the toss and chose to bat first. Nathan opened the innings with Brian Wilson and after a couple of tight overs from the Two Waterholes bowling attack, Nathan was removed by Mick Willoughby in the 3rd over for 5 runs.
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