SECOND-PLACED Bomaderry have continued to build ahead of the semi-finals, with a strong win against Ulladulla United at the weekend.
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After posting 180 on day one at Lighthouse Oval, the Tigers set about dismissing the hosts.
The visitors started strongly, with both Brad Field (two) and Aaron Wester (three) dismissed cheaply.
Opener Connor Hawkins did what he could but was the next to fall for 10, leaving United reeling at 3/23.
The wickets continued to fall when Matthew Shea (six) fell 10 runs later – being bowler by Jordan Matthews.
Edward Neaves was then joined by Tony Lavalle at the crease – with the pair combining for 18 runs before the latter was out for nine.
Rocky Lavalle then joined Neaves in the middle and this pair had United fighting back into the match, thanks to a 36-run partnership, before the former was out for 30.
Peter King (11), Joel Turner (two) and Nathan Simmons (seven) all then fell cheaply, as United were all out for 128 in the 53rd over – with Neaves not out of 25.
The chief destroyer for the Tigers was Jordan Matthews (4/36), while Stu Jeffrey (1/7), John Muggleton (1/15), Justin Ganderton (1/22) and Michael Coulter (1/30) claimed one wicket each.
Bomaderry then returned to the crease, making 125, on the back of Graham Davidson (37) and Nick McDonald (34).
Tony Lavalle (3/18), Brad Field (2/8) and Connor Hawkins (2/25) were United’s best with the cherry.
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