Terrific Tindale tears through Manypeaks

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Veteran seamer Ryan Tindale celebrated his 200th A-grade game for Railways with a man of the match performance as he guided his side to a record-breaking fifth successive Albany Cricket Association A-grade premiership.

Tindale, a vital part of the Tigers’ golden era, ripped through Manypeaks’ middle order to help set up his side’s emphatic grand final victory.

Used as a first change bowler, the 38-year-old struck a defining double blow on the verge of drinks as he trapped Myles O’Meehan leg before, then bowled Wade Anning for a duck.

Tindale then brought Peaks captain Craig Sinclair undone in his next over and had youngster Seb Stanton caught in the slip cordon later on to complete his terrific spell.

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He finished with brilliant figures of 4-20 from his 10 overs, which included four maidens, and should have had a five-wicket haul if not for a dropped catch.

Railways' 200-gamer Ryan Tindale is carried off.
Camera IconRailways' 200-gamer Ryan Tindale is carried off. Credit: Albany Advertiser

It completed a superb season for the nagging seamer, who took 19 wickets at an average of 14.3 and went wicketless in just two of his 11 games.

In such a momentous day for the Tigers, it was fitting that wise heads Tindale and Tim Edmunds, who both achieved 200 A-grade games for the club, played big parts in the premiership success.

Tindale, who was reluctantly chaired from the ground in the grand final win, now has six A-grade premierships to his name and is one of four players to have been a part of all five successful teams.

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