Inverell Grade Cricket played its final round and all positions are now sorted. The game of most interest was the match between defending premiers Staggy Creek and competition front-runners Campbell and Freebairn.
The toss was to be a deciding factor as Staggy were able to put Campbell and Freebairn in on a rain affected wicket.
Their decision quickly bore fruit as Clint Connery 4 wickets, carved through the top order of C&F, Michael Kenny then finished off the batting with 5 wickets.
The wicket had played its part in the Rebels being dismissed for 47 runs. Ross Scott was the best with 12. Staggy Creek set about the task to ensure they would finish in the top 3. Matt Sparke anchored the team with a patient 27.
He was watchful and punished anything offline. Staggy got the total at 3/48. This made it extra special for the "Creekers" on their Pink Stump Day.
Warriors won their match against Invincibles to take fourth spot. Rod Blair was the standout for them with 90. Charlie Baker made it interesting by securing a Hat trick but Warriors were able to get over the line.
Second placed Delungra made light work of a depleted Tingha side knocking them over for 39. John Krauss took 4 wickets and Nathan Fisher 2. Tyson Will made 32 and for Tingha their best was Ingram Williams with 2/14.
The final match saw RSM take on Square & Compass. RSM batted first and made 9/178 with Mitch Stewart starring with an unbeaten 74, He was supported well by the tail as they put on 90 for the last two wickets. Alex Smith had a spectacular day with 7 dismissals, 5 catches and two stumpings and also a run out assist.
Joe Smith took 4 /22 and Jarred white 2/26. Compass went into bat and lost an early wicket but Joe Smith 78 and Alex White (33) put on a great stand to edge Compass to victory.
Mitch Stewart then took 3 wickets to tighten up the game. Jarred White and Ben Butler saw them over the line at 6/183. It was an entertaining game.
The ladder will look like this:
1. Campbell & Freebairn
3. Staggy Creek
5. Square & Compass