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Tom Clements (4115 off six overs) and Jack Harding (3/16 off 7.5 overs) led t~e way for Federal ASbuild, and Brodie Driscoll-Court also bowled well for his 2113 off six overs. Federal ASbuild got the runs with five wickets in hand, but Sam Harding was dismissed on the last ball of the 26th over to make the score 61103. Clements scored a valuable 27 after his side was in trouble at 3127, while captain Sean Huddle's unbeaten 19 helped get his side across the line. Josh Johnny and Roy Graham took two wickets each, while their captain Alex Marsh was economical in his 1113 off eight overs. But it was Federal ASbuild bowlers who had the bigger impact on the game and Huddle was pleased with his side's effort with the ball. "We won that game off the back of our bowling. We had a plan and, for 95 per cent of the day, we stuck to it," he said. "It was hot and we knew that the longer we dotted them up, the bigger the chance of getting a wicket, as they would eventually play a rash shot. "If we held on to a few chances, we could have bowled them for 80, but when you get a side out for 100 in a 40-over game, you should win. "We had a couple of lazy shots, but it was hot and it was difficult out there. But we will happily take a win, regardless of how we get there." The 5112 after the 30th over drinks break was created by some good bowling and fielding after Gapview Works went out looking for quick runs. "Theydid come out and attack the bowling, probably thinking they needed another 40 or 50 runs, and when you attack the bowling, you create chances," Huddle said. "Fortunately for us at that part of the game, we held our catches. "With Tom (Clements) bowling pace at one end and Jack (Harding) bowling off-spin at the other end, they complement each other welL "That wicket was far better than 100 and it wouldn't surprise me if they thought that too." Marsh certainly thought that, saying his side's batting performance cost them the game. "Our batting wasn't up to it. We were ordinary with the bat and they were good with the ball," he said. "The start wasn't good and we were never looking at a good total as we kep~ losing wickets. "Dan (Gardiner) is batting well, but the rest of the order, me included, isn% making the runs that we should be. "But you can't expect to win games making 100 and we can't always rely on our bowling. It's going to catch up to us and it did on Saturday." Reichstein on song for Strike" CRICKET helped set up their two-day win. ~ He bowled well against New South Warren Thomson Wales on Sunday with 1144 off 10 FORMER West player Ben overs, but it was going to be difficult Reichstein is having a great cam- to defend 116 against the top team at paign with the Northern Territory the tournament. 1 t th A t li c t c k t Meanwhile, West's young gun a e us ra an oun ry nc e Jayden Dick hasn't had much of an Championships in Bundaberg. opportunity to showcase his talent Reichstein has taken 20 wickets at at the under-19 national champion17.60, and was going into the. final ships iri Adelaide. game of the tournament yesterday He has only batted once, in the one wicket behind the leading lower order, scoring four in a game wicket-taker., . . . that. they could have beaten Viol. He took 2/72 off 25 overs on the toria, they had the Vies at 5/28 with opening day of the tournament, but 136 runs to win, but an unbeaten Victoria took out the match on 140-run partnership got Victoria January 3 and 4 by first innings. over the line. Reichstein took an incredible 7/62 Dick was 13th man and took a off 26.2 overs against South AU:stra- catch in the two-day game on Thurslia in their two-day clash against day and Friday against South AustSouth Australia on January 6 and 7. ralia, which they lost by an innings They tried to go for the outright and 73 runs. after finishing behind after the first Ben Reichstein Dick batted in the lower-order in innings, but South Australia got the but his 3121 in four overs.later in the their two-day clash against the required runs quickly with six day against ACT helped them re- Australian Capital Territory which wickets in hand. cord a narrow four-wicket win. began on Sunday. <.~c He took 2136 off four overs in a Reichstein's 5!51 on Friday to put As Dick is 17, he will get better heartbreaking Twenty20 loss. 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