Greenvale Kangaroos outclassed by Dandenong

Bernard Kelly top scored on Saturday. Picture Shawn Smits.

Greenvale Kangaroos proved no match for Dandenong in Victorian Premier Cricket on Saturday.

Looking for their first win of the season, the Kangaroos fell short with both the bat and ball.

Sent in, the Kangaroos struggled from the get go and were in trouble at 3-23.
There were a couple of starts from batsmen in the middle order, but no one could stick around.

The lower order showed some fight and managed to put on 51 for the last three partnerships, but that wasn’t ever going to be enough.

The Kangaroos were bowled out for 122 with the last ball of the innings.

Bernard Kelly top scored with 43 from 91 balls.

Without two of their star bowlers, Kyle Adams and Trent Waring, the Kangaroos were always in for a challenge defending their total.

Dandenong made it look easy, reaching the target without losing a wicket and with more than 20 overs remaining.

Dandenong finished 0-124.

Jordan Buckingham, in his first XI debut, finished with the figures 0-20.