Bay lose to Whanganui

THE Poverty Bay years 7 and 8 cricket team went down to Whanganui in the opening game of the Riverbend tournament in Hastings yesterday.

Batting first, the Bay posted 175-8 from their 40 overs. Cohen Loffler (30) Nathan Trowell (27 not out) Liam Springer (26) and Logan Orsler (23) were the best of the batsmen.

“It was really tight game with Whanganui getting home with eight balls to spare,” said Bay coach Ian Loffler.

“Liam Barbier was the pick of our bowlers taking three wickets for 21 runs. Logan took two good stumpings.”

The Bay play Hamilton Old Boys today.

THE Poverty Bay years 7 and 8 cricket team went down to Whanganui in the opening game of the Riverbend tournament in Hastings yesterday.

Batting first, the Bay posted 175-8 from their 40 overs. Cohen Loffler (30) Nathan Trowell (27 not out) Liam Springer (26) and Logan Orsler (23) were the best of the batsmen.

“It was really tight game with Whanganui getting home with eight balls to spare,” said Bay coach Ian Loffler.

“Liam Barbier was the pick of our bowlers taking three wickets for 21 runs. Logan took two good stumpings.”

The Bay play Hamilton Old Boys today.

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