Colts, Crows close to locking up top four finish as they approach finals

There were some strong performances with both bat and ball in round six of the Moree and District Cricket Association twenty20 competition.

With just one round left before finals, the competition is really heating up.

Colts were too good for Golfies as they look to solidify their spot inside the top four. 

Colts batted first, finishing on 7/141 led by Jack Montgomery (47 off 34) and Patrick Montgomery (31 off 34). Grady Tapping and Chris Rowden were best with ball in hand, each getting two wickets.

Golfies could only managed 7/127 in their run chase, thanks largely to Adam Ha (48 off 35) and Matt Lather (46 off 44). Christopher Sims took 2/15 for Colts and Mick Davison made the most of his limited opportunity taking 2/2 off just one over.


Rangs cruised to a massive win over Balcony Boys, led by some more strong batting from Jason Poutawa.

Poutawa (71 off 37) was supported well by Darrel Smith (46 off 29) and Cody Duncan (45 off 45) as Rangs accumulated a massive total of 3/200. 

In reply, some impressive bowling performances from Rangs' Adrian Davidson (3/2), James Smith (3/18) and Poutawa (2/5) proved too good for Balcony Boys as they were bowled out for just 58.

Camurra Crows were far too strong for Vic Vikings in a 10-wicket win.

Batting first, Vikings amassed 5/149, with Adam French the top scorer (78 off 41).

Ben Day took 2/11 with ball in hand and then backed up his brilliant century last week with another impressive performance (75 off 48) before retiring as Crows reached 0/150 off just 14 overs.

Day was backed up well by Sam Boland (41 off 25) while it was a tough day out for the Vikings bowlers.

Agri Storage has locked in a first place regular season finish after winning via forfeit over Pally Pub Bulls.