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Collendina B Grade will need to defend 160 with the bat after day one of their two-day clash at home against Anglesea on Saturday.
Batting first the Cobras were all out for 160 from 59.4 overs.
In reply Anglesea is 1/31 from 13 overs.
Cobra stalwart Des Every top-scored with 38, while Steve Coltish (31) and captain Eddie Ellwood (25) made handy contributions.
Anglesea bowlers Sam Kerr (3/58) and Alex Umbers (3/28) both took three wickets apiece.
The Kangaroos need a further 130 runs for victory with nine wickets remaining when play resumes on Saturday.
In C Grade, the Cobras had a long day in the field on day one against a rampant Anglesea batting line up on Saturday.
Batting first, Anglesea posted an impressive total of 1/334 from its 60 overs at home.
Kangaroo pair Alan Hardiman (114 not out) and Mark Eskrigge (174 not out) both made unbeaten centuries.
Collendina’s Richard Pearson was the sole wicket taker for the visitors and finished with 1/65 from nine overs.
Collendina needs 335 for victory from 60 overs on day two this Saturday.

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