Hallora to play Western Park in WDCA grand final

Celebrating as Hallora take a wicket during the semi-final against Drouin are (from left) Jai Newcombe, David MacDermid and Natsai M'Shangwe.

Hallora will play Western Park in the WDCA division one grand final this weekend Hallora advanced to the grand final after downing arch-rivals Drouin in a spiteful encounter. Winning the toss and batting, Drouin looked positive in the early overs,

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Western Park charge towards cricket finals in WDCA

James Williams throws from the outfield early in Hallora's division one game with Garfield-Tynong.  The win saw Hallora gain a top two finish ahead of finals.

Western Park Cricket Club has qualified for finals in four out of the five senior divisions in the WDCA. Western Park claimed the minor premiership in division one after comfortably defeating Yarragon on Saturday to set up a repeat clash

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Warragul cricketers claim WDCA division four one-day premiership

Warragul Gulls division four one day premiers are (back, from left): Steve Tweedle, Luke Smith, Erin Macfarlane, Jackson Clerks, Nathan Whitten, Jack Buckingham, Dulip Wanigavitharana, Brady Clancy, Adrian Barake, Amandeep Singh, (front, from left) Lachlan Waters and Daniel Best. Photograph: Jeff Buckingham

Warragul are the division four one-day premiers are triumphing over Hallora in a high scoring affair at Eastern Park on Sunday. Warragul 3/275 (cc) defeated Hallora 8/220 (cc) Winning the all-important coin toss, Warragul chose to bat first and never

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Drouin wins junior T20 cricket premiership

Drouin’s under 14 team are (standing, from left) Jasim Najam, Musa Faisal Wahid, Jack Roberts, Stephen McKenzie, Peyton Saddington, Seb Amoroso, coach Anthony Radcliffe, Harrison Radcliffe, Charlie Piner, player of the match Ibby Faisal Wahid, (front, from left) Hamish Piner, Benjamin Smith, captain Cam Caddy, Keegan Friedlander and Sidath de Abrew.

Drouin required only 10 overs to chase the required wins and lift the under 14 T20 premiership trophy on Sunday morning. Drouin won the toss and sent Ellinbank in to bat first.  The Drouin bowlers shared the workload and struck

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East tops West in WDCA bushfire charity cricket match

Sam Batson (left) and Fraser Duncan shake hands at the toss of the coin which was conducted by Melbourne Stars captain Glenn Maxwell on Sunday.

Sam Batson’s East All Stars have come out on top after defeating the West All Stars by just one wicket during Sunday’s Mindfull Aus Bushfire charity match held at Western Park. In front of a crowd of fans, the day

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Starts unite for bushfire relief match at Western Park

East All Stars captain Sam Batson (left) and West All Stars captain Fraser Duncan will lead the sides in the charity match.

They may be foes on the field every Saturday, but on February 16 some of the Warragul and District Cricket Association’s best cricketers will unite for a T20 match to raise funds for those affected by the recent bushfires. Sam

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Kumara masterclass sees Panthers past Hawks

Simon Gardiner bowls at Yarragon on Saturday, he took 1/21 from his eight overs.

In a match with potential finals ramifications, Yarragon continued its brilliant form to keep its one-day final chances firmly alive. Winning the toss and batting, the Panthers commenced poorly with Lasi Amaroosyria gone early to leave Yarragon in an early

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WDCA fall just short in final of Country Week Carnival

Despite falling just short in the final the under 15 WDCA country week side showed some strong skills during their matches, with (back left) assistant coach Charlie Wans, coach Richard Wans, Luke Garner, Kyle Baker, Sam Fusinato, Patrick Ireland, Liam O’Connor, Cater Davis, Tom Wans, team manager Michael Ireland, (front left) James Keogh, Brock Walsh, Patrick Sheehan, Lane Ward,. Cam Caddy and Toby Murfet finishing second at the carnival.

The Warragul and District Cricket Association have fallen short to Sale-Maffra in the final of the Under 15 Country Week tournament in Moe. After setting Warragul 117 for victory on a good wicket, Patrick Ireland and Tom Wans got the

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Marist Sion College impresses in Queensland carnival

Patrick Ireland was a standout for the Marist team, named in the All Marist XI for the second year in a row.

Recently, some Marist-Sion College cricketers left for Queensland to play in the 47th Australasian Marist Cricket Carnival to be hosted by Marist College Ashgrove. The Marist-Sion College boys spent the week in the company of and playing against the host

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Kumara century propels Yarragon to top of the table

Gamini Kumara flicks a ball of his pads on his way to a commanding 119* against Garfield-Tynong on the weekend.

Yarragon 7/221 defeated Garfield-Tynong 157 Yarragon have stormed to the top of the ladder on the weekend, with a familiar face dominating the day to give the Panthers victory. Resuming on 1-7 needing a further 151 for victory, Jake Borsato

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