Drouin storm into grand final

Bryce Monahan bowls to Ben Spicer in the division one semi final between Buln Buln and Ellinbank.

An in-form Drouin side has stormed into the Warragul District Cricket Association grand final, with a sensational bowling performance sending them to the big dance. Batting first against Western Park on a wicket with lack of carry, Damon Healy and

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Western Park adds title

Western Park overcame a gallant Neerim District side to win the one-day final in division one.

Pictured, back row from left, Sanjaya Gangodawila, Jason Croft, Luke Gilbert, Troy Lehman, Joel Batson, Daniel Sheehan, front row, Tom Fawcett (mascot), Matthew Garner (12th man), Tyler McDonald, Leigh Diston, Sam Batson, Zane Harper and Matthew Wakefield.

Western Park added another pennant to its trophy cabinet with victory in the one-day final on Sunday, but it wasn’t without a fight from a gallant Neerim District side. The young Stags team, who won six matches to finish fifth

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Cricket called off

Warragul District Junior Cricket Association completed play on Saturday morning before senior matches scheduled for the afternoon were called off due to communities under threat from the Bunyip State Park fire.

Hallora’s Brad Ward bowls as Ellinbank’s Mathew Dare backs up during their under 16 match.

  The final round of Warragul District Cricket Association matches will revert to a one-day format following cancellation of senior matches on Saturday. With hot and windy conditions seeing several communities in the western end of the competition coming under

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Buln win top spot

Andrew Pyle took three wickets in the division three match against Western Park.

An enthralling season of fantastic division one matches continued at the weekend, with Buln Buln ousting Ellinbank from top spot in an incredible match of the round. After losing the toss and being sent in, the usually potent Lyrebird top

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Warriors well placed

Drouin’s Kym Osseweyer leaves the ball on the way to scoring a valuable 22 runs in division five.

It was an historic day for the Western Park Cricket Club with its division five side the first senior team to play on the newly installed synthetic pitch on what was formerly the main Western Park oval. A strong bowling

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Eastwell is stellar

Warragul’s Stacey Best fired with the ball in division four, returning the figures of 6/121 from 27 overs in the match against Western Park.

Brent Eastwell’s stellar season continued on Saturday, with his three-wicket haul helping to well and truly put Buln’s division one team in the box-seat before play was abandoned due to inclement weather. Ellinbank had elected to bat after winning the

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Walsh century rescues Lyrebirds

Brayden Notman chipped in with 38 to keep the momentum going for Hallora in the division four match, as Warragul wicketkeeper Toby Shelton watches on. Shelton finished the innings with five stumpings.

An extraordinary century from Jeff Walsh has helped Buln Buln post a hefty total against Western Park, with the veteran’s knock rescuing the Lyrebirds from early danger. Striding to the crease with the scoreboard reading 4-48, and with the usually

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Eagles stun Parkers

Buln Buln players Jeff Walsh (bowler) and Jack Armour celebrate the wicket of Yarragon’s Laytten Smith who was stumped during the division one match.

Ellinbank (8-168) defeated Western Park (7-165). Ellinbank have caused a stunning first-round upset win over Western Park in round one of Warragul District Cricket Association action. The Eagles (8-168) chased down a considerable target on their way to a two-wicket

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Wild Dogs win junior GCL finals

Warragul and District Cricket Association celebrates winning both the under 16 and under 16 finals of the junior Gippsland Cricket League competitions.

Warragul District Cricket Association has continued its strength in the junior Gippsland Cricket League competitions, winning both the under 18 and under 16 finals on Sunday. The under 18 team took home a hard-fought three-wicket win over Sale-Maffra despite being

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