Now that the dust has settled on the 2020/21 RSL-Whitney Cup season, let's take a look at some of the best performances from the season.
The towering right handed all rounder from Macquarie made a statement in round two against South Dubbo.
Batting first, Strachan strolled to the crease with his side 1/45 before taking apart the Souths bowling attacking on his own.
Strachan finished 188 not out and led his side to a mammoth total of 5/321 from 40 overs, in reply South Dubbo could only manage 132 overs, 50 less than Strachan managed on his own.
Rugby's aggressive opener was arguably the best player in town across the first four rounds hitting two hundreds and a fifty.
The most impressive of those knocks came against eventual champions RSL Colts in round four.
Chasing 207 to win, Wheeler put his side on his back and began to tee off, hitting sixes all around No 2 oval with ease finishing on exactly 100 before a late collapse handed Colts the victory.
CYMS captain Knaggs is one of the best bowlers in town and showed why when he lead his side to a comprehensive victory in round four.
After scoring 245 against South Dubbo, courtesy of a Tom Coady century, Knaggs and Ben O'Donnell ran riot through the Hornets batting line-up.
Knaggs would claim figures off 6/12 and with Hornets making just 22 in reply.
Possibly the most underrated bowling in the competition.
Semmler showed his worth to a stacked RSL Colts side tearing through CYMS Cougars batting order at No 1 Oval in round 12.
Defending 208, Semmler looked unplayable on a tricky pitch as he removed the likes of Tom Nelson and Knaggs on his way to claiming figures of 6/35.
Going through 25 regular season rounds plus two grand finals and only losing the one game is impressive to say the least.
After adding former NSW Country representative Mitch Bower to an already impressive side which features Brad Cox, Charlie Kempston and Marty Jeffrey many rightly felt Colts would be tough to beat and boy were they right.
Colts added both the McDonalds Megahit and RSL-Whitney Cup trophies to their cabinet this season and look unlikely to lose any players next season.
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