"You've just dropped the Orange District Cricket Association third grade title".
It doesn't quite roll off the tongue as well as Steve Waugh's famous offering for South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs at the 1999 World Cup, but it's a line Gladstone's Ben McAlpine could easily have fired in the direction of Orange City's Sam Wasil at Country Club Oval on Sunday.
With McAlpine still getting settled and his side one down for not many in reply to the Warriors' 161 the hard-hitting all-rounder offered up a difficult chance that could've pushed Orange City into the box seat, but sadly for him and his side Wasil shelled it.
McAlpine went on to punish the Warriors' attack in a premiership-winning performance, making 81 before being the third Gladstone wicket to fall with the score at 151 and the victory all but sewn up.
He combined with Gav Smith (27) in a 56-run, second-wicket stand then added 85 with Luke Wilson (17 not out), who finished the job off with Matt Weller (11 not out).
That successful chase came after McAlpine (1-17) and Wilson (3-10) both picked up scalps in Orange City's innings, with a number of the Warriors contributing to their competitive total.
Incredibly Wilson's three scalps came in the form of a rare hat-trick too.
After being sent in Orange City lost Mitch Maker (6) early before Jamie Stedman (21) and Joey Kay (27) steadied the ship somewhat, pushing the score to 47.
They both fell in quick succession though and so did Wasil (4), the Warriors left in trouble at 4-63.
The evergreen Andrew Rutledge (45) and Simon Livingstone (25) resurrected the innings with a 62-run, fifth-wicket stand though and then Shane Powyer contributed a valuable 13 at the end to push the Warriors above 150.
But with McAlpine refocusing after the chance, it just wasn't enough, the Gladstone securing the win with seven wickets and 12 overs to spare.
The premiership is Gladstone's fourth in the past five summers, they claimed the third grade title in 2014-15 along with back-to-back second grade wins in 2015-16 and 2016-17.
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