MENACING: Berry veteran Ted Street took a hat-trick against Bay and Basin on Saturday.
BERRY-Shoalhaven Heads veteran Ted Street lived out every bowlers dream by taking a hat-trick on Saturday.
The skipper achieved the feat during his side’s nine-wicket win over Bay and Basin at Zealand Oval.
Street took 3/15 from four overs as Berry dismissed Basin for 138, with Lachlan Woolley (2/25) and Peter Richardson (2/18) also doing some damage.
The only two to get going for Basin were Marcus Lamb (50 not out) and Joe Parkes (40).
Berry made light work of the total, polishing off the runs in 27 overs, for the loss of just one wicket.
Richard Ingle (71 not out) and Peter Richardson (51 not out) did the job with the bat for Berry.
Over at the Added Area, Nowra Green had their 10th consecutive win in their top of the table clash with Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen.
Nowra made a big total of 6/257 from their 40 overs, with Gary Smallwood (89) and Geoff Rumble (88 not out) scoring the bulk of the runs.
Michael Mills was the pick of the bowlers for Ex-Servos with 3/34.
Ex-Servos were gallant in their reply, but eventually fell 15 runs short when they were bowled out for 242.
William Economos Continued his good form with the bat with 69, Scott Cusack made 48, while Michael Mills remained not out on 33.
Geoff Rumble led the way with the ball for Nowra with 4/29, while Justin Rumble and Cody Smallwood each took two wickets.
The match between Ulladulla United and Nowra White at Ulladulla Sports Park was washed out.
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