Just one game was halted by rain as the centuries flowed during round seven of the Grampians Cricket Association B Grade competition on Saturday.
St Andrews just got across the line in a high scoring affair against the Gappers at Halls Gap Recreation Reserve.
The home side was sent in to bat first and capitalised on the opportunity.
Veteran David Turner led the way for Halls Gap, hitting an impressive 132 which included 108 runs in boundaries.
Brian Driscoll (41) and Riley Thomas (40) worked with Turner to take the Gappers’ total to 263 before going all out in the 36th over.
St Andrews’ Adam Haslett upped the ante on Turner, hitting 138 not out as the visitors chased down the massive target with two overs to spare and only six wickets down.
The young Willaura bowling attack fired once again, shutting down Youth Club’s batsmen at Willaura Recreation Reserve.
The Clubbers managed just 57, which Willaura had no issues chasing.
Ned Parsons picked up four wickets, taking his total to nine from just six games this season.
Rhymney-Moyston recaptured its early season form at the weekend, easily accounting for Buangor by 175 runs at Moyston Recreation Reserve.
The top order found itself among the runs once again, with the top six batsmen scoring 24 runs or higher.
Daniel Taylor and Trevor Quick led the way, both scoring 49 runs each.
There was an even contribution with the ball for the home side too, sharing the wickets between its bowlers. Nathan Quick took three wickets, with the other three bowlers claiming two each.
A massive century from Gary Ranton steered the Combine to a big victory over Wickliffe-Lake Bolac at North Park on Saturday.
Ranton opened the batting and carried his bat through the entire 40 overs, finishing on 151 not out. The Combine set the nearly unchaseable score of 251, which the visitors struggled to catch.
Wickliffe-Lake Bolac was bowled out for 85, handing the Combine a 166-run win.
Andrew Cameron was the pick of the Combine bowlers, claiming 5-11.
Rain forced the game between Chalambar and Pomonal to finish in a draw.
The game was moved from Gordon Street Oval after it was judged unplayable before the start of play.
Chalambar set a total of 210 and took five wickets with 10 overs to spare before the rain prevented play from resuming. Both captains agreed to abandon the match and share the six points.
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