WINNING RUN: Bill Blanch makes his ground on his way to scoring 20 for Tucabia Copmanhurst Phil Lloyd Earthmoving at McKittrick Park in the CRCA Second Grade major semi-final against Tucabia Copmanhurst John Williams Optometrist.
WINNING RUN: Bill Blanch makes his ground on his way to scoring 20 for Tucabia Copmanhurst Phil Lloyd Earthmoving at McKittrick Park in the CRCA Second Grade major semi-final against Tucabia Copmanhurst John Williams Optometrist. Debrah Novak

Major semi an all-Tucabia affair in CRCA 2nd Grade

CRCA CRICKET: The old guard drew first blood in the all-Tucabia Copmanhurst major semi-final of Clarence River Cricket's Second Grade competition on the weekend.

The Greg Mears captained Tuc-Cop Phil Lloyd Earthmoving side posted 157 at McKittrick Park before restricting the Second Grade 'newcomers' Tuc-Cop John Williams Optometrist to just 90 runs in reply.

But that was despite an outstanding solo performance Mitch Henwood for the younger outfit. A clear standout in the competition this season, Henwood opened the bowling and batting for the beaten side, taking 5 for 49 off 19 overs and top scoring with 36.

Tuc-Cop JWO now face Coutts Crossing for the other grand final spot after they defeated Brothers.



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