Alstonville is still in the race

ALSTONVILLE has kept its semi-final hopes alive after a win over Pottsville in the latest round of the Far North Coast LJ Hooker League cricket match last weekend

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 Alstonville scored 6-94 in the one-day game at Pottsville, while the home team managed 91 all out.


Steve Robb completed a good double for Alstonville, taking 4-27 from seven overs of his left-arm spin and scoring 23 opening the batting.


Captain Nathan Collins (32) and Simon Perkins (27 not out) were also among the runs.


Tintenbar-East Ballina also notched up a win.


Playing at their Kingsford Smith home ground, the ’Bar, with 9-165, were too strong for Terranora Lakes, who could manage only 135 all out in the one-day game.


Lennox Head, with Daniel Emms batting through the innings, scored 4-208, brushing aside Murwillumbah (68) at Megan Crescent Oval, Lennox Head. Emms remained 108 not out.


Veteran opening bowler Paul Milgate then ripped through the Murwillumbah batting, finishing with 5-11 from his eight overs.


Meanwhile, the Ballina Bears were bowled out for 99 at Fripp Oval, and Cudgen scored 125 after being sent in.


Competition points: Cudgen 45, Casino Cavaliers 40, Lennox Head 35, Ballina Bears 35, Tintenbar-East Ballina 34, Alstonville 33, Marist Brothers 31, Terranora Lakes 30, South Tweed Colts 28, Lismore Workers 25, Pottsville 23, Southern Districts 19, Byron Bay 16, Murwillumbah 12.


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