Yetman shows the way in Goondiwindi cricket competition

Yetman has cemented its place on the cricket ladder with a convincing win over All Whites on Saturday.

The boys from Yetman have made every post a winner so far in the 2018-19 season.

And while they didn’t have opener Sam Dight in action on Saturday they proved te have plenty of depth.

In other games Karl Jackson led Macintyre to victory over Border taking 5-7 while Railways belted Yagaburne.

Captain Karl Jackson led Macintyre to victory over Border taking 5-7

At the Golf Club All Whites gave themselves every chance after making 184.

Casten opened making 24 while Sam Turvey again led the way scoring 71.

Young Declan Pickard, 17, and Thompson, 19, kept the scoreboard ticking.

N Smith was Yetman’s best with th eball taking 3-42.

In reply  Smith, 35, and Scott Baker, 51, ensured Yetman cruised to victory with eight overs to spare.

Leg-spinner Le Roux was All Whites best taking 2-31.

Railways are beginning to hit form.

They made 158 against Yagaburne.

Coote opened up and top-scored with an aggressive 57.

Hamish Tyter, 36, and Curtis, 25, made sure there were no hiccups.

Brendan Rice, as is often the case, was Yagaburne best bowler with 3-43.

In reply Yagaburne were never really in the hunt.

The dependable Groat, 23, was the only road-block.

Young Trae Bennetto was the destroyer taking 4-28.

Old warhorse Louis McInnis took 3-21.

Border has had a tough start to the season so far.

They were bundled out for 102.

Pender worked hard making 24 while C Smith scored 24.

Karl Jackson may possibly have taken his best career figures taking 5-7.

Yetman made two grand finals last season, and the way they are going they are the team to beat in the 2018-19 season.

Yetman made two grand finals last season, and the way they are going they are the team to beat in the 2018-19 season.

In reply Dom O’Connor, 47,  following on from his good form last week, made sure there were no surprises after Macityre lost two quick wickets.

Scott Baker.

Scott Baker.