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Will it be four?

Boort-Yando will be going for a fourth successive win when taking on Kingower in today's Upper Loddon cricket.

With Wedderburn having the bye, a win against the more fancied Kingower would give Boort-Yando a break on the ladder standings.

Last week, oneball short of a hat-trick, Boort-Yando skipper Jarrod Hodoras set up the team’s third successive Upper Loddon Cricket Association win on Saturday.

His stunning seven overs reaped 4-6 and included three maidens.

The Boort-Yando victory over Bridgewater came as Matt Giri hit an association season high of 144 with the bat for Arnold in its victory over Wedderburn.

At Boort, Bridgewater was reeling at 3-18 after seven overs where Hodoras, who had already claimed opener Tom McKinley for three, then unleashed taking out Bloom and Harry McKinley with successive balls and two deliveries later, Naughton.

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