Beauy Bucheurs secure second spot on ladder with bonus point win against Now or Never B in Last Man Stands cricket

HERO: Dave Harvey from Jimby's cracking the Global Top 6 all rounder for his efforts last week - 50 from 18 balls and 3/5 from 3 overs.

HERO: Dave Harvey from Jimby's cracking the Global Top 6 all rounder for his efforts last week - 50 from 18 balls and 3/5 from 3 overs.

BEAUY Bucheurs secured second spot on the ladder with a bonus point win against Now or Never B in their first division Last Man Stands cricket match on Sunday.

In a match where the bowlers dominated, only Lance Newman from the Bucheurs was able to make 50, his runs were crucial in Bucheurs reaching 126 from their allotted overs.

World-ranked 166 Gagan Singh again in the wickets with 2/19 from his 4 overs.

Now or Never B got off to a steady start, but then lost a stream of wickets to be all out in the 16th over for 64 runs in replay.

Bucheurs secured their second spot on the ladder with a bonus point win.

The Crafty Tappers had an easy win over Duck Duck Gone.

Tappers were in trouble early at 3/17, but a recovery mission by Garry Singh and Tim Rule saw them recover to 7/187 from their 20 overs.

Bailey Slater with his first LMS half century as he scored 51 from 29 balls and Amandeep Gill smoked 37 from 12 balls, a strike rate of 308. Connor Roberts survived the onslaught, with 2 for 20 from his 4 overs.

The Ducks batting crumbled as Tim Rule, returning from 9 stitches earned in the T10 Tournament turned up the heat with his bowling and snared 3/17 from 4 overs.

Ducks were dismissed for just 73 runs and the Tappers picked up a 114 run victory. In division two Flaggy Baggies took the scalp of a top four team leading into the finals series in two weeks time.

Lance Newman from the Bucheurs was able to make 50, his runs were crucial in his team reaching 126 from their allotted overs.

Lance Newman from the Bucheurs was able to make 50, his runs were crucial in his team reaching 126 from their allotted overs.

The Jimby Crickets were somehow able to post a score of 147 from their 20 overs, recovering from 6/55 as Daniel Nolan and skipper Phil Wals both posted 50's.

Nolan with 52 from 29 and Walsh with 56 from 41. Levi Raymond with 2/26 and keeper Jaye Smith with 4 catches for the Baggies.

But it was not enough to secure the win as the Baggies ran the target down in the last over with 5 wickets in hand. Josh Brookes with his 3rd half century in just his 4th LMS match.

In another low scoring, but highly competitive division two match, Middle Stumped won by 5 wickets as they chased down the small target of 111 set by the previously unbeaten Window Lickers.

Liam Dwyer with 39 from 37 the standout innings. Brendan Wingett with 3/23, Adam Godfrey with 2/16 and Dylan Goodison 2/11.

Cody Nicol carried his bat for a patient 46 as Middle Stumped withstood good bowling from the Lickers and held on for another win.