Youth Club defeated Chalambar at Central Park (Stawell)
Youth Club kicked off round five action with a comfortable seven wicket win over Chalambar.
After being sent in to bat, Chalambar were bowled out for 54 with Reece Kettle top scoring with 24 runs.
Matthew Healy was the best bowler for Youth Club as he only allowed three runs from his four overs and took one wicket and bowled one maiden.
Trent Homden top scored for the clubbers with 37 runs as the total was chased down with five overs remaining.
Buangor-Tatyoon defeated Pomonal at North Park (Stawell)
Buangor-Tatyoon defeated Pomonal due to forfeit.
Halls Gap defeated by Swifts-Great Western at Halls Gap Recreation Reserve
Combine were easily able to defeat Halls Gap by seven wickets.
Halls Gap were bowled out for 83 after deciding to bat first.
William Pederson top scored with 37 runs, while Charlie McIntosh scored 17 runs.
Marc Collins and Tom Fitzgerald both took three wickets for combine.
Swifts-Great Western easily chased down the target with Nathan Cocks top scoring with 34 runs.
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Youth Club defeated by Buangor-Tatyoon at Central Park (Stawell)
Buangor-Tatyoon made it two wins for the day with a 61 run victory over Youth Club.
Sam Cronin top scored with 79 runs as Buangor-Tatyoon posted a mammoth total of 141 runs after 20 overs.
Youth Club would only managed to score 80 runs with Jarrod Illing and Nathan Churchill scoring 27 runs each.
Pomonal defeated by Chalambar at North Park (Stawell)
Chalambar defeated Pomonal by forfeit.
T20 Henry Gunstone Cup Grand Final
Buangor-Tatyoon defeated by Swifts-Great Western
Buangor-Tatyoon took out the Gunstone Cup Grand Final by 27 runs.
Buangor-Tatyoon scored 101 runs in the first innings with Brady Miller top scoring with 27 runs.
Swifts-Great Western could only manage 64 runs in reply.
Rick Peters was the stand out bowler in the match, bowling two maidens and taking two wickets from his four overs for Swifts-Great Western.
Navarre defeated Rhymney-Moyston at Navarre Recreation Reserve
Navarre chose to bat first and scored 144 runs with Thomas Hannett top scoring with 69 runs.
Nathan Quick and Daniel Taylor both took four wickets for Rhymney-Moyston.
Navarre were equally as damaging with ball in hand as they tore through Rhymney-Moyston, bowling them out for 93.
Buangor-Tatyoon defeated Pomonal by forfeit in round five and then defeated Youth Club by 61 runs. On November 21 they defeated Swifts-Great Western to win the Gunstone Cup Grand Final by 27 runs. This week they will face combine again in a rematch of last week's grand final, however this time it will be in a one day match format.
Swifts-Great Western defeated Halls Gap by seven wickets. Combine would then lose the Gunstone Cup Grand Final by 27 runs to Buangor-Tatyoon. In round seven they will seek revenge over Buangor-Tatyoon at Central Park.
Chalambar lost to Youth Club by seven wickets last week with Reece Kettle top scoring with 24 runs. This week they will face Pomonal at Alexandra Oval.
Halls Gap lost to Swifts-Great Western by seven wickets. William Pederson top scored with 37 runs, while Charlie McIntosh scored 17 runs. In round seven Halls Gap will face Youth Club at home.
Pomonal forfeited against Bunagor-Tatyoon and Chalambar. This week they face Chalambar in Ararat.
Youth Club defeated Chalambar by seven wickets with Trent Homden top scoring for the clubbers with 37 runs. Later in the day they would suffer a 61 run loss to Buangor-Tatyoon. The clubbers will travel to face Halls Gap.
Swifts-Great Western will travel this week to face Rhymney-Moyston.
Navarre will face St Andrews this week after defeating Rhymney-Moyston by 51 runs in round two.
Halls Gap has the bye this week.
Rhymney-Moyston will face combine at home this weekend after losing convincingly to Navarre last week.
St Andrews will face a tough test against the red hot Navarre this week at home and will be fresh after having the bye last week.
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