Robertson Burrawang fall short in Tamworth


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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