Kooringal Colts struggle to 134 but still down Wagga RSL

Will Morley was one of the better batsmen for Kooringal Colts on Saturday.
Will Morley was one of the better batsmen for Kooringal Colts on Saturday.

Despite disappointing with their batting effort, Kooringal Colts picked up another win in the one-day competition.

The Colts remain undefeated and on the top of the ladder against defending 134 against Wagga RSL at Robertson Oval on Saturday.

Coach David Bolton was “pretty disappointed” with total, but pleased to come away with their third win.

“It was a really good wicket, a fast outfield and we just never really got going,” Bolton said.

“We had a couple of overs where we lost two wickets in, which is a bit of a cardinal sin in one-day cricket.

“We felt we were pretty lucky to get as many as we did in the end but we bowled and fielded pretty well.

“We bank the four points and move onto next week.”

It is the second week running the Bulldogs have failed to reach 100.

Captain James Richards (26) and wicketkeeper Josh Staines (16) were the only batsmen to reach double figures as RSL were bowled out for 83.