Nyngan's hopes of a place in the Brewery Shield finals are over after a resounding loss to Narromine on Sunday.
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The Bogan Brown Snakes again struggled with the bat and were bowled out for 155, in the final round fixture
Narromine had some wobbles in the chase but ultimately reached the target with three wickets in hand.
Nyngan batted first and other than Liam Wherrit (13), Cameron Bourke (20) and Toby Miles (13), no other batsman could crack double figures.
This summed up Nyngan's season and Miles, also president of the Nyngan District Cricket Association, said the side lacked experience.
"It was the end of a tough year for the snakes, hopefully we can learn a bit," he said.
"Some young players got to experience inter-town for the first time.
"Batting clearly needs to improve, you're not going to beat half decent sides posting scores under 20."
Narromine didn't have it all their own way, losing seven wickets before they reached Nyngan's total.
Bourke put in one of his best bowling performances of the season, bowling with pace taking four wickets for 24 overs.
But in the end even Bourke couldn't save the day with Narromine running out winners in the 27th over.
In the town competition on Saturday Dalkeith defeated the Aussie by nine wickets with a starring performance by Matt Sheather.
With the local competition drawing to and end all teams are still in the running for the grand final.
Aussie play RSL at 12pm Saturday, one which could be a final decider.
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