Premier Cricket: Bayswater-Morley ends Gosnells’ finals hopes with 89-run win

Bayswater-Morley defeated Gosnells on Saturday.
Bayswater-Morley defeated Gosnells on Saturday.

BAYSWATER-Morley collected a consolation win at Sutherlands Park, beating Gosnells by 89 runs in their round 14 Premier Cricket clash on Saturday.

The result lifts the Bears up to ninth spot with one round to play and also ended Gosnells’ finals hopes.

Chasing 343 was always going to be challenging for Gosnells and losing early wickets at the hands of Nathan Rimmington made it even tougher.

Rimmington finished with four wickets as Gosnells was bowled out for 254.

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Liam O’Connor captured three wickets himself, while Jonty Wilde collected two.

Both sides will play their final games of the season next weekend.

The Bears will turn their attention to next season with several of their youngsters on the rise, with their squad beginning to shape in the years to come.