What a round of cricket played for BLCA last weekend.
We had a tie, the previous top team were easily beaten, Nuri got over the line by three runs and Angaston continue on winning as they like.
At the Gawler Dog track on Saturday I witnessed young player with good skills, she could bat, bowl and field well.
Apparently, she was given out when she did not think that she was out, took one wicket and could have easily have several more and the strength and speed in her throwing arm was a delight for all to see.
Her name is Chloe Rosenzweig and remember this name as she will be a star in the future if she continues to improve at her present rate.
Meanwhile, a run out on the last ball of the game saw Mallala and Gilbert Valley tie their match.
Brad Wilson top scored with 54 and then took three for 24.
Wilson did everything possible to get Mallala over the line, but he received little support from his team mates.
Luke Slok was the pick of the Valley's bowlers, taking four for 36 in an impressive display. Rob Schwartz 38 and a swashbuckling 35 from Andy Bruce saw Gilbert Valley get so close but ultimately fall just short of victory.
Tanunda gave South Gawler a 50 run touch up in a surprising result. Tanunda out batted and bowled South who looked very disinterested at times.
Jono Justin top scored with 48 and was well supported by Chris Gattermayr 44 and Dilshan Abinett 42 to post a winning score.
Dael Redmond's 50 and wonderful Wes Andrews' 44 showed any fight with the bat. South were poor, Tanunda very good, but South have the record to fight their way out of trouble so don't write them off just yet.
Nuri and Sandy Creek fought out an exciting match with Nuri getting over the line by three runs. Geordie Roesler gave Nuri a great start with a well made 85no and Barthos Ryan 39 saw them get to 214.
In a solid batting display, Sandy Creek fell just short with several batsmen getting starts but not being able to match the impact that Geordie Roesler had with the bat.
Angaston continued on their winning way with a comfortable 83 run victory over Freeling.
Dylan Schmidt 88no and Greg Bain 52 got Angaston away to a great start before Brian Montgomery reined them in with four wickets.
In the A1res, Light Pass continues to surprise with another victory over Lyndoch by six wickets.
The Dockets posted a competitive 191 with Matthew Robinson 44 and Willie Roberts 38no being the main stars with bat.
Jimmy Braunack took bowling honours with three wickets while Malakye Kohlhagen, aged 14, took two scalps in his first A grade game.
Angaston got the better of Kapunda by 97 runs, Greenock did what they had to do over Eudunda Robertstown and Gawler Central had a comfortable win over Willaston.