Jung Tigers claw victory 

Jung Tigers made it two wins from two matches in the Horsham Cricket Association A Grade competition after a dominant 59-run win over Bullants at Dimboola Road on Saturday.

Marty Knight was again on fire with the bat and ball, making an unbeaten 40 before taking 4-24.

The Tigers made 7-178 from their 45 overs, before dismissing last year's grand finalists for just 119.

Knight said things were looking good at the club, with the leadership group of Steve Kenny and Leigh Marklew having a positive influence on the players.

"Steve and Leigh have both been really good around the club," he said.

"Steve has brought a bit of a change to the club there has been a different training program and something different from an outside influence."

Knight said it had been an excellent start from the Tigers compared to last season, where they narrowly went down in their first three games.

Angus Adam was impressive for the Tigers, scoring 47 and taking 1-19 off his seven overs.

Kenny was also a dangerous threat, taking 4-30.

It was the Chris Hopper show at Sunnyside, with the talented all-rounder putting on a batting master class on his way to a brilliant century.

Hopper, 100, along with captain Lachie Jones, 49, dominated the Horsham Saints' bowling attack and lead Homers to its second win in as many weeks.

It was a tough afternoon in the field for the Saints with Connor Lawson, 0-40 off three overs, and Luke Brunkhurst, 0-29 off four overs, copping the most punishment.

Chasing 216 for victory, the Saints fell 82 runs short. Tyson Keegan took 3-14, while Chris Hopper, Simon Hopper and Mital Vyas all took two wickets.

Rupanyup-Minyip's Paul Morgan scored the second ton of the day, blasting 108 to lead his side to its first win of the season.

The reigning premiers made 8-231 before dismissing Colts for 152.

In the final game of the round, Blackheath-Dimboola was too good for Laharum.

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