Jess Van Rooye added 29 runs for OMK in what was a ‘team effort’ total of 294 last Saturday. m601119A1

In a key game for final four places, Inverloch’s Tom McQuatler bowled for 21 overs last Saturday against OMK, without much luck, taking 1/95. m581119A1

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THE Thomas brothers made the win possible for Wonthaggi Workmen’s against Glen Alvie at the weekend.
Combining to 69 runs, Mitchell Thomas 36 and Ryan Thomas 33 were the saving pair for a weaker than average Workmen team.
All out for 128, the bowling of Ben Thomas for Glen Alvie was the biggest impact, taking 5/32 off 16.3 overs.
Taking up the bat, Glen Alvie needed some drive out of their bottom order. Next week they will be 4/60 returning to the crease.
Ryan Thomas was also a force with the ball, taking 2/26 off 7 overs. Senal De Silva top scored with 34. Sam Watson 4 and Dean Williams 0 will return to the crease next Saturday.
Big hitters finished strong for OMK with Kit Rothier 4/84 off 24 overs doing his best to make a dint in the OMK top order.
But with James Paterson 36 and Peter Dell also 36, from 33 balls, it was hard to stop the Kongwak momentum.
Thomas Kiely top scored with 66, captain Daniel Mock made a strong 47.
It will be up to Inverloch, second position on the ladder at 110 points, to come out swinging against OMK 104 points, in fourth position to see who receives home games and possible chances in finals. Second spot on the cards for OMK.
With barely a score over 20, Nerrena’s Caine Salmon stood up to knock himself a ripe 112. Shane Dole 4/49 and Brad Arnold 2/81, did some serious shoulder rotations, bowling 44 overs between them.
Korumburra are set to bat next week, chasing 234.
Captain Jaydan Tregear 41 was the one big score for Bass, as they struggled against Phillip Island bowling.
Most wickets were spread between Simon Kirton 3/27, Clint Wilson 2/18 and Charith Keerthisinghe 2/11. The Islanders went on to bat, clearing the KB total of 92, finishing 2/99 from 30 overs.