Halls Gap have fallen 132 runs shy of a first innings total set by Tatyoon in the Grampians Cricket Association A Grade competition.
Halls Gap had a big task ahead of them after they lost early wickets in its chase last week.
Gappers captain Sean Mantell tried his best to steady the ship in the middle order, but as the wickets fell around him so did Halls Gap’s hopes of a victory.
Mantell finished with 33 runs but Brayden Stynes, Justin Harney, Damian Joiner and Zac O’neill were all dismissed for a total of seven runs.
Ashley Maconachie was the best of the Tatyoon bowlers taking five wickets for 22 runs.
Michael Harricks also bowled well taking four wickets.
Harricks may have been the difference in the game as he made 112 in the Tatyoon batting innings.
He was the only player to make a big score.