Goulburn District u16 cricket final

Sam Cramp batting for Crookwell in the final against Wollondilly under 16 on Seiffert Oval. Photo: Darryl Fernance

Sam Cramp batting for Crookwell in the final against Wollondilly under 16 on Seiffert Oval. Photo: Darryl Fernance

Wollondilly faced off against Crookwell on Saturday for the right to face Trinity in the U16 cricket grand final.

After winning the toss Crookwell captain, Zac McGregor, chose to bat. Crookwell look set to make a big score, rocking along at more than five runs an over in the first 20 overs.

Zac McGregor made a dominant 51 before Ryan Wake skittled the stumps in a superb 2 over spell that returned figures of 1 for 2.  

Zac McGregor batting for Crookwell against Wollondilly under 16s on day one of their final. Photo: Darryl Fernance

Zac McGregor batting for Crookwell against Wollondilly under 16s on day one of their final. Photo: Darryl Fernance

A series of run outs followed which crippled the Crookwell batting line-up. When Sam Cramp was bowled by Joshua Lumsdom for 43, there was little resistance to follow and Crookwell were dismissed for 167 after 38.4 overs.

Macleay Robinson returned impressive figures of 2-14 from 7 overs. Jacob Woods cleaned up the tail to finish with 2-25 off 7.

Wollondilly faced just four overs for 28 runs without loss in reply (Lumsdon 8, E Baxter 10) and look determined to chase down Crookwell this Saturday March 17.

Bella Grieg bowling for Wollondilly under 16s with Crookwell's Sam Cramp off strike. Photo: Darryl Fernance

Bella Grieg bowling for Wollondilly under 16s with Crookwell's Sam Cramp off strike. Photo: Darryl Fernance

BIG HIT: Crookwell's |Sam Cramp smashes the ball toward the outfield of Seiffert Oval in the final against Wollondilly last Saturday. Photo: Darryl Fernance

BIG HIT: Crookwell's |Sam Cramp smashes the ball toward the outfield of Seiffert Oval in the final against Wollondilly last Saturday. Photo: Darryl Fernance

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