TOP TITLE: Wests scored 11 to the Lions’ five in the deciding phase of play after the totals were locked at 140 each. Western Suburbs have claimed the inaugural Maitland T20 cricket title in dramatic circumstances yesterday after winning the final in a super oval.
The Plovers eventually beat Raymond Terrace by six runs after reigning district player Of the year Andrew Trappel hit a six off the last ball of their extra innings.
Wests scored 11 to the Lions’ five in the deciding phase of play after the totals were locked at 140 each.
Wests earlier beat Northern Suburbs in a close semi-final encounter that went down to the last ball and Raymond Terrace accounted for City United in the other top four encounter at Lorn Park. Preliminary games featuring 12 sides had been played on the Sunday if the Australia Day long weekend.
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