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Twilight cricket delivers tied match

Toby sends one down for T&C in their tied game with Kronix.

Toby sends one down for T&C in their tied game with Kronix.

Syl Reid

Last week saw a rarity in Byron Bay twilight cricket when Town & Country Surfboards and Kronix played out a tied match after 16 overs each way – 93 runs each.

For the boardies Cam hit 24 while Lachy scored 31 for Kronix.

Monday’s match resulted in a win to TNR over the West Tower Windies.

Harley got 25 for the Windies and Jas top scored for the accountants with 28.

On Tuesday PMD defeated the Rip Starters with Tony getting 30 for PMD and Barnsey 36 for the Starters.

Ryan (31) and Adeha (30) helped the Eureka guys beat the Hot Bread Loafers on Thursday afternoon after Zac top scored with 25 for the bakers.

The mighty Bowlo kept their unbeaten run going by defeating the Rugby Club on Friday.

Bettsy hit 34 and Larsso 32 for the footballers while Cameron (31) and Wortho (30) were the Bowlo’s best.

Eureka and the Bowlo are on top of the ladder as play continues this week.


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