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BDCA 2023: Warm Saturday greets players across Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association

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Eaton skipper Liam Renton defends a delivery against Hay Park.
Camera IconEaton skipper Liam Renton defends a delivery against Hay Park. Credit: Justin Fris/South Western Times

Batting played an interesting role throughout the latest round of Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association first grade matches.

At Dalyellup College, Leschenault hung on for a two-run win over league leaders Dalyellup, after successfully defending 168. After appearing to be on course for victory at 1-93 in the 29th over, the home side was brought undone by the tenacious Green Caps.

Hay Park recorded its first win of the season, defeating Eaton by one-wicket at the Eaton Sports Ground, while Colts skittled Collie for 57 — securing victory in less than three hours.

Experienced Leschenault opener Justin Woods plays a shot on Saturday against Dalyellup.
Camera IconExperienced Leschenault opener Justin Woods plays a shot on Saturday against Dalyellup. Credit: Justin Fris/South Western Times
Matt Fink (Leschenault) waits patiently at the non-striker's end.
Camera IconMatt Fink (Leschenault) waits patiently at the non-striker's end. Credit: Justin Fris/South Western Times

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Collie's Anthony Hutt batting against Colts.
Camera IconCollie's Anthony Hutt batting against Colts. Credit: Justin Fris/South Western Times

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