Olympics fall to Warriors in Twenty20 fundraiser match

Laura GrubisaNarrogin Observer

Towns Cricket Club hosted Warriors and Olympics hockey clubs in a T20 game at Clayton Road Oval last Friday night.

The game was a fundraiser in support of Owen Mulgrew and his family and drew a huge crowd.

Plenty of Narrogin locals were on hand to see Warriors defeat Olympics by 21 runs.

Bevan George was Olympics’ best batsman on 31 not out, while the rest of the team struggled to get runs in the double digits.

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Lachlan Ward was impressive for Warriors with 33 runs and Nick Corner ended the night on 35 not-out which helped Warriors to a victory. Organiser Scott Fowler said the night was a great success.

“A huge thanks to the town for all their donations — we can’t thank people enough for what they did,” he said.

“It was a fun game played with great banter.”

Raffles and auctions were also held on the night to further raise more funds for the #supportyourmate campaign.

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