Southern Highlands side Robertson Burrawang have missed out on the NSW Country Shield after losing Tuesday’s final to Clarence River in Tamworth.
Robertson Burrawang beat Tamworth Colts in Monday’s semi-final.
In the final, Clarence River recovered from 2-22 to post 6-215 led by a fine 72 from Matt Pigg.
Nathan Ring took 3-25 for Robertson, who suffered a blow with their skipper and best batsman Nathan Wright dislocated his shoulder attempting a catch late in Clarence River’s innings.
Robertson struggled in the run chase and were bowled for 150 in 41 overs.
Mitchell Wright (37) top-scored, while Brayden Pardoe took 3-17 and man-of-the-match Pigg 2-16.
On Monday, South Coast side The Rail claimed the NSW Country Plate with a 102-run victory over defending champions Cootamundra in the final.
The Rail are the first to win the Country Plate twice after taking it in 2003-04.
Lake Illawarra’s bid to make the SCG Country Cup final ended with Sunday’s quarter-final loss to Coffs Harbour at Port Kembla.
Newcastle sides Hamilton-Wickham and Merewether won through to the SCG final on January 18.
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