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www.katherinetimes.com.au KATHERINE TIMES, WEDNESDAY MAY 20 2015 25 Blues suffer 186-point BRFL annihilation COWS have continued to impress in the race for the 2015 Katherine and District Cricket Association premiership after notching up a gritty victory against Bats on May 16. Through a round four high score of 61 to Tom, Cows finished their 20 overs with a score of 104. Despite matt (31) and John (26) showing spirit during the run chase, Bats ran out of overs. Barras v Crocs IN THE second game of round four, Barras claimed a 40-run win, thanks in part to the red-hot batting form of Matt. Matt posted 44 for Barras, with Jeff adding a handy 30 runs before retiring. In response, Singh (36) was the only player to put the willow to good use for Crocs. Crocs Rod was the best with the ball for either team with his 2-16 off four overs. Junior cricket JUNIORS B were too strong in their clash against Juniors A and posted a 10-run win. Lachlan O. (11) starred with the bat for Juniors A, while Hugh hit 10 valuable runs for the victors before he had his stumps rattled. Lachlan M. was on fire with the ball for Juniors B and claimed match-best figures of 3-11 from two overs. KDCA president Melinda Sauer said training times had changed due to dwindling daylight. Training is now at 5pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays due to the hours of daylight getting shorter, she said. Draw for round five May 23 - 8am: Bats v Bar ras; 11am: junior cricket; 2pm: Cows v Crocs May 24 - 9am: MILO in2CRICKET GOOD Enough remains undefeated in the Katherine Football Club seven-a-side competition after four rounds as players prepare to lace up their boots tonight. With semi-finals only seven days away, Good Enough is unchallenged at the pointy end of the ladder on 12 points, with MD Sports (nine points) and Unathletic Midriff (seven points) rounding out the top three. On May 13, Unathletic Midriff kicked off the round four victories by producing a classy 5-2 win against Smokin Bacon, before Spartans triumphed 2-nil against We Can Be Heroes. In the 7.30pm stoush, the compe tition leader showed why it had only conceded five goals in the 2015 season when players fired to quash MD Sports 6-3. Tonights showdown between MD Sports and Unathletic Midriff is shaping up as a thriller, with the latter poised to leapfrog its opponent into second spot if it can repeat last weeks performance. Good Enough will go into round five as the red-hot favourite against Spartans, who have only managed one victory this year and sit in fourth place on the ladder. The on-field action will begin at 6.30pm at the Katherine sportsgrounds. Draw for tonight (May 20) Time: teams 6.30pm: Unathletic Midriff v MD Sports, Good Enough v Spartans 7.30pm: Smokin Bacon v We Can Be Heroes Junior soccer RESULTS from May 16 had not been provided when the Katherine Times went to press. Good Enough struts its stuff as seven-a-side finals series approaches >> sport IN THE match of the round, the on-field action was sizzling when the Katherine Camels locked horns against the revitalised Ngukurr Bulldogs in round three of the Big Rivers Football League on May 16. The Bulldogs got off to a flyer and kicked the first goals before the Camels manned up on their opponents and slowed the game pace down. Broderick for the Camels created some much-needed appetite for the Sherrin and got the ball out to runners on numerous occasions. An injury to Amarant resulted in a delay in play before he was stretchered off and carted away in an ambulance. The quarter-time break had both coaches being extremely vocal with their players and demanding nothing but the best. The second quarter was a tussle, with both teams kicking a few goals. Wurramara from the Bull dogs started to show his class, as was Camels star Tom Gleeson, who was like a general off the halfback line, marshalling his troops into the right positions. When the half-time siren sounded, the Ngukurr outfit was up by just four points. The Camels came out firing after the break, with Gleeson and Bell getting plenty of ball to the forwards. The final quarter was like the third, with the Camels dominating the clearances and on the scoreboard. The Bulldogs were hit by injuries in some fierce contests and were running out of legs, but Lansen tried valiantly to keep his side in the game before the Katherine team finished with six fourth-quarter goals to seal a 33-point win. KATHERINE CAMELS 14.14 (98) defeated NGUKURR BULLDOGS 8.7 (55) Best players: Camels - Bell, T. Gleeson, Broderick; Bulldogs - Wurramara, Hall, Lansen BESWICK BEARS 12.9 (88) defeated KALANO BOMBERS 3.13 (31) Best players: Bears - Long, Blitner, Leslie; Bombers Daniels, Farmer, J.Clyden ARNHEM CROWS 31.16 (202) defeated JILKMINGGAN BLUES 2.4 (16) Best players: Crows - Bonson, Grose, Roberts; Blues Wanamarra, Baker EASTSIDE FOOTBALL CLUB 27.14 (176) defeated TINDAL MAGPIES 2.1 (13) Best players: Eastside - Farrer, Turner, Kossack; Magpies Crouch, Arnaout, Horrell LAJAMANU SWANS 17.8 (110) defeated KALKARINDJI EAGLES 13.8 (86) Best players: Swans Robertson, Jigili, Patrick; Eagles - Mick, Payton, Donald Friday, May 22 6.30pm: Katherine Camels v Arnhem Crows; Nitmiluk Oval, 8.30pm: Beswick Bears v Eastside Football Club; Nitmiluk Oval Saturday, May 23 2.30pm: Tindal Magpies v Ngukurr Bulldogs; Nitmiluk Oval, 4.30pm: Jilkminggan Blues v Kalano Bombers; Nitmiluk Oval Bye Lajamanu Swans and Gurindji Eagles 2015 BRFL round four draw BRUTISH BULLDOG: Patrick Daniels takes a screamer for the Ngukurr Bulldogs. Photos: CASEY BISHOP SKILL DEVELOPMENT: Future stars like Nicholas Driscoll will take to the field for MILO in2CRICKET on Sunday morning. Juniors B chalk up thrilling cricket win Kane Gleeson.Isaac Bell brings Maverick Thompson to a stunning halt. Matt Travers is turned upside down in a ruck contest on May 16.
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