A second-grade player has been the standout of the round in the Combined Singleton and Cessnock Districts Cricket Competition.
JPC skipper Gregg Dann produced a great all-round performance scoring 89 runs and taking 5-20 off seven overs in the match against Denman at Alan Mills Oval.
The 47-year-old was out, caught just eleven runs shy of what would have been just his second career century.
He faced 97 balls and found the boundary on eleven occasions in a fine innings.
Meanwhile…Greta-Branxton has moved back to the top of the table with a comfortable 89-run win over a spirited Glendon in the Coalfields Cup Cricket Competition.
The Blues won the toss and batted first at Howe Park. They made 213 with the final eight wickets falling after the drinks break.
Opener Mark Bercini top scored with 52 off as many balls.
Cael Smith, Dan Higgins and Ji Bailey all took three wickets each.
In response, Glendon produced their best batting performance of the year lasting the full 40 overs to finish at 9-124.
Jace Lawson was the Blues’ best with the ball, bagging 4-11 off 8, and Mark Bercini a rare 4-25.