Colts Cricket Club legend Murray Goodwin added yet another memorable moment to his impressive career during Saturday’s BDCA second grade clash at Burekup Oval. Goodwin, 50, returning from a lengthy suspension following last season’s first grade grand final, put on a historic second-wicket partnership with his teenage son Ashton, worth 349 runs. The former Zimbabwe Test star showed no mercy against the Bees, blasting 234 off 122 balls, with 38 boundaries and seven sixes. Not to be outdone, Ashton, a star on the rise, also dazzled with the willow, crafting a meticulous 135 off 124 balls, smashing 20 boundaries in the process. This ensured Colts amassed 6-439 off their allocated 50 overs. Despite a tough day for Burekup’s bowling unit, youngster Corey Gibbs came on late and snared 5-33 off his four overs. In reply, the Bees were dismissed for 181. Following a secondary protest and disputes board process, Goodwin’s suspension was reduced from 16 matches to six, with the remainder of his three-year sentence suspended, after being found guilty of committing a Level 4 offence under MCC Law 42.5 on Day 1 of the 2022-23 BDCA first grade grand final against Marist at the Bunbury Recreation Ground. After being dismissed by seamer Tyson Italiano for two, Goodwin walked off to the pavilion and poked his bat in the direction of Marist ‘keeper Cam Marra’s shoulder, after the Blues player ran towards him. Goodwin had his charge upgraded to Level 4 on the morning of the second day after being told following day one he would be reported for a Level 1 offence. At the Harvey Recreation Ground, Harvey-Benger got back into the winners’ circle, after easily defeating Hay Park by 148 runs. For the home side, Haydn Jones crafted an impressive 111 off 121 balls, which helped Harvey-Benger post a credible 7-286.