Clermont slays 'Pies with ball

CLERMONT paceman Justin Stark bolstered his side's winning credentials, taking 4/26 in their second innings whitewash of Emerald

Magpies.

After setting a conservative 137-run chase for victory, Clermont systematically took Emerald to pieces with the ball.

The Magpies' final five wickets went for just seven runs.

Clermont's Rhys Williams made a masterful 52, together with Vince Mahoney's 19-run effort.

Magpies' captain Nev Suell did his best to dig his side out of a hole, making 17 runs with the bat and taking two wickets and three catches in the field.

However it was to no avail, with Emerald bowled out for 78 in the 22nd over.

Clermont will look to tarnish Brothers' unblemished record in this week's match.


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