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Twilight Cricket Resumes

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The LJ Hooker Byron Bay Second Grade team (pictured) will head to Lennox Head this weekend.

The popular evening park cricket competition, Byron Bay Brewery Twilight Cricket, is into full swing for the second half of the season.

Last week saw the completion of some catch-up games with The Kronix defeating the Hot Bread Loafers, and Paul Munn Designs defeating the West Tower Windies.

In the final catch-up game, the Rugby Club defeated Thomas, Noble and Russell.

The Ladder at the halfway mark has the undefeated Bowlo team out in front on 18 points, followed by T&C on 13 points, Eureka on 12 points and the Loafers, PMD and the Rugby Club all on 10 points.

In the seniors competition, the LJ Hooker Seconds 8/180 defeated Murwillumbah 9/141.

For Byron Bay Adam Clark (59 n/o) and Matt Irwin (48) starred with the bat, while Lionel  McCloy starred with the ball, taking two wickets for 47.


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