Valuable wins by Gladstone and Cavaliers boost Orange second grade finals hopes

NOT OUT: Kinross batsman Mick Parfett survived this no-ball dismissal to top score with 73 runs before being run out. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

NOT OUT: Kinross batsman Mick Parfett survived this no-ball dismissal to top score with 73 runs before being run out. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

An unbeaten 107 from Luke Wilson has helped keep Gladstone’s second division finals hopes alive with a win over Kinross on Saturday.

ACTION: Aaron Trefrey took 1-35 for Gladstone in the second grade clash. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

ACTION: Aaron Trefrey took 1-35 for Gladstone in the second grade clash. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

Only eight points separates the teams running second to fifth in the battle for the top four spots on the Orange District Cricket Association second grade ladder.

ACTION: Hamish McIntyre hit 20 for Kinross before being bowled. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

ACTION: Hamish McIntyre hit 20 for Kinross before being bowled. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

Wilson’s ton helped Gladstone to reach 6-201 and pass Kinross’ total of 8-199.

Mick Parfett top-scored for the students with 73 before he was run out in the clash at Sir Jack Brabham Park.

ACTION: Mick Parfett was the best for Kinross, scoring 73, before being run out. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

ACTION: Mick Parfett was the best for Kinross, scoring 73, before being run out. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

Cavaliers fought out a close win over  Waratahs CSU.

Ladder leaders CYMS Moroneys had another big win, dismissing second placed Orange City for 111.

CYMS Bourkes still lead the third grade table despite losing to third-placed City. 

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