South West Cricket

  • Cats triumph in T20 competition

    MORTLAKE’S unbeaten run in South West Cricket extended to the shorter form of the game after triumphing in the association’s Twenty20 competition on the weekend.

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  • Noorat looks to consolidate

    NOORAT has been the surprise packet of South West Cricket’s top grade at the midway point of the 2016/17 season, sitting fourth with three wins from eight games.

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  • Terang downs Rebels

    TERANG’S resilience with the bat has helped its division one side knock off reigning premiers Heytesbury Rebels in a potential finals-defining win on Saturday.

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  • Terang plays out tied result

    A LAST ball wicket forced Terang to split the points with Pomborneit in a thrilling end to a neck-and-neck encounter.

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  • Cats forced into draw

    MORTLAKE remains unbeaten but is still yet to claim a third win with a second washout declared before the Cats could claim victory.

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  • Cats make winning start

    A FIVE wicket haul to teenager Lachie Wareham has helped Mortlake clean bowl the reigning premiers, Heytesbury Rebels by 55 runs.

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  • Noorat cricketers gear up

    NOORAT might be almost unrecognisable this South West Cricket season with as many as seven new players joining the club in what could see a revamped line-up.

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  • Cats eliminated

    ALL good things must come to an end one day, and that day was Saturday when Bookaar released Mortlake’s stranglehold on South West Cricket.

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  • Cricket identities pull up stumps

    THERE will be a changing of the guard at South West Cricket next summer with three executive members set to step down.

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  • Cats strike four-peat

    MORTLAKE has written its name in the history books after claiming its fourth consecutive South West Cricket Division One flag.

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