Cricket: Roos unable to break free

PENOLA cricketers played themselves into a winning position on day one of the final minor round of Barber Shield cricket on Saturday, holding West Gambier to just 118 runs.

West’s top order did not fire at all, with the top score coming from Shane Stevens at number five – only 24 runs – with the openers contributing little to the cause.

Brad Many was the main contributing factor to the early collapse, claiming three of the top-order batsmen for just a handful of runs, while George Kidman performed a similar feat further down the order.

The Eagles used the home ground at McCorquindale


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