Williams snare first Country Week title

28 Jan, 2009 09:03 AM

WILLIAMS have won their first A-Grade CSBP Country Week title in 62 years of trying.

They achieved victory at the week-long tournament in Perth with a two-wicket win over Upper Great Southern (UGS), in the grand final last Saturday.

The unavailability of the WACA Ground six days out from the start of an International fixture between Australia and South Africa forced the country cricket show-piece to be played at Stan Twight Reserve, in Rockingham.

The ground is used in the Peel Cricket Association. Potentially, Peel could have been one of the competitors in the final.

In pristine batting conditions at Stan Twight, Williams chased down the UGS modest total of 152, despite five players making ducks.

It was their first title win in A-Grade since entering as Williams in 1947.


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