Korumburra’s Daniel Lloyd anchored his team’s innings against Phillip Island in A1 with a crucial 72. N170519

Triple tons as OMK piles on the pain for Glen Alvie

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OMK’s Daniel Mock, Tom Keily and Peter Dell each smashed centuries against Glen Alvie on Saturday at Outtrim as their team reached 9/476 after 75 overs.
Jesse Van Rooye at the top of the order signalled the Diggers’ intention belting four fours and three sixes in his 42 but he was being matched at the other end by Mock who came in at first drop.
Mock’s 110 included 16 fours and three sixes.
Glen Alvie veteran Kelvin Simpson somehow stopped the runaway train with his gentle but accurate off breaks claiming five big wickets.
Suddenly 300 looked like a good score for the Diggers before Keily and Dell cranked it up again.
Keily’s 110 included nine fours and four sixes and when he was dimissed, Dell still had some work to do to get his century.
Number 11 Nath Cant did the right thing, hanging around until the veteran scored a memorable century.
The match between Korumburra and Phillip Island at the Korumburra turf is evenly poised after the hosts made a patient 7/171 against some tight bowling.
Tom Officer made an early breakthrough dismissing Cory Arnold for a duck but this brought Daniel Lloyd to the crease and he steadily built the innings.
Young allrounders Evan Allaway and Kade Anderson gave the innings a much-needed kick along with 22 not out each.
Charith Keerthisinghe took three wickets for the visitors.
It was even slower going at Butch West Oval where Wonthaggi Club held Inverloch to 125 in 70.4 overs.
Opener Brett de Bono lost mates all around him so did the right thing and knuckled in for the day.
He top scored with 47 and Wal Taberner made a crucial unbeaten 33 which included a couple of sixes.
James Sheerin was the most expensive but picked up three wickets for the home side.
A bag of five wickets from Nerrena skipper Tim Wightman has put his team in control against Kilcunda-Bass at Bass.
The Sharks made a solid start, with Andrew Donohue leading the way at the top of the order.
It wasn’t until fourth change bowler Paul Matheson came on that Nerrena broke through.
He knocked over both openers and Wightman took advantage.
Steve Leman provided some resistance, but wickets regularly fell as the Sharks were all out for 166 in 65 overs.
Opening bowler Leman took a wicket in the first over of Nerrena’s reply, Dave Baldi for a duck, but Luke Giliam and Matheson saw out the day.