Nick Smart struck his second century in as many innings to lead Civeo to victory over Crossroads in their Narrabri competition final round clash on Saturday.
Fresh from a man of the match-winning 102 in the War Veterans Cup final, Smart belted 129 as Civeo posted 9-243. Will Morley (22) and Paul Bushby (18) also provided a valuable injection of runs with Bushby partnering Smart in a 97-run stand.
Brady Jenkins (4-40) ran through the lower order after Mitchell Clifton (3-26) had done the damage at the top.
Smart then capped off a superb allround performance with 5-37 as they dismissed Crossroads for 208.
Tatts had an 82-run win over RSL in the other game.
Batting first the minor premiers made 9-146, helped by some wayward RSL bowling. They bowled 34 wides in an extras count of 48. Craig Gleeson was the best with bat with 29, Tatts at one stage losing 7-12. Zaac Brayshaw (4-31) and Shane McKenzie (3-13) were the destroyers.
RSL could then only muster 64 in reply after Ryan O’Neill (3-20) ripped through the top order. Jelany Chilia and Brock Schwager followed up his good work with three wickets each.
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