BERRY-Shoalhaven Heads made an ideal start to this season’s Twenty20 assault, by comprehensively defeating Bomaderry on Saturday.
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At the Berry Sports Complex, the Tigers chose to bat first but could only manage 83,with Josh Coulter top scoring with 23 – as Daniel Troy (3/13), Lloyd Herron (2/18) and Tom Gibbs (2/20) starred with the ball.
In response, the Magpies reached the target (3/86) in the 12th over , thanks to 40 not out from Nathan Thomas – despite Stu Jeffrey claiming 2/18 with the white ball.
“It was good to put back-to-back wins together for the first time this season,” Berry skipper Glenn Brandon said.
“Our bowlers worked well together and our fielding was as good as its been this year.
“In the chase, Nathan Thomas took control and never looked troubled in the chase.
"Having the T20 in the main competition adds a new dynamic, as these games can really make or break your season."
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