THE Dundas Cup is still no closer to finding a home for the next 12 months after the first two days play in the 2012-2013 Bendigo Bank HDCA A grade grand final.
Last weekend saw one of the most enthralling grand finals in years as both teams struggled to gain the ascendancy.
Wickets fell like nine-pins as player after player failed to come to terms with the pressure that is the grand final.
The bowlers dominated the game for all but the first 30 overs of the match as the batsmen committed ‘suicide’ on a very good batting surface.
St Mary’s will enter the final day of the match with the upperhand.
Jace Hollard (38no) and Len Cooper (15no) will be looking to add as many runs as they can to their 55 run ninth wicket stand that saved the Saints late on day two.
The reigning premiers had slumped to be 8-31 in their second innings, a lead of only 102, with two wickets in hand when the pair joined forces to repel the Macarthur bowlers for the remainder of the afternoon.
Full story in the Spectator on Saturday, March 23, 2013