Cricket: Albion beat Court House by six wickets

Albion’s bowlers made light work of Court House in their grand final rematch on Saturday.

Michael King and Zac Clarke led the charge as the defending champions routed their grand final combatants for just 63.

They then chased the runs in 16 overs, Bailey Lennox steering them to victory with an unbeaten 27.

Oscar Thomas (2-19) and Angus Beasley (1-13) gave Court House a bit of hope early, having Albion 3-24.

But that hope dissipated with a 37-run stand between Lennox and Zac Clarke (6).

King was unconquered on one with Lennox, finishing off the job he started with his 4-23 off seven. Clarke also snared four wickets and ripped through the middle order on his way to 4-13.

Grant McIlveen played a lone hand for Court House. 

He made 32 at the top of the order and was the only batsman to register double figures.

Kookaburras picked up the points in the other game after Mornington were unable to field a side.


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