Jye Robinson hits the ball to the boundary for Gympie Colts on Day 2 of their match against Wooroolin Warriors in Kingaroy

February 18, 2022

The two-day Gympie A Grade match between Wooroolin Warriors and Gympie Colts ended in a draw last Saturday at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy.

Warriors won the toss the week before and sent Colts into bat.

They were all out for 96 in their first innings, and 196 all out in their second.

Warriors were all out for 247 in their first dig and were 1/16 when the match ended.

Lleyton Brown (44) and Michael Wostear (43 n/o) were the Warrior’s top batsmen.

Kieran Askin took 6/16 and Brown 6/39 across the two innings.

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Murgon Crusaders (248 all out) defeated Gympie Royals 99 and 41 on Day 2 of their A Grade game played in Gympie.

Murgon won the toss on Day 1 and batted first, with Ashley Sippel setting the stakes high with 148 runs.

Royals made 99 and were sent back in.

Robert McIntosh took 3/22 and Graham Brown took 3/5 in the first innings, and Nicholas Sanewski an amazing 7/21 off eight overs to demolish Royals in the follow-on.

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South Burnett Seniors 

  • Warriors Colts (8/136) def.  Wondai (117 all out) by 19 runs at Kingaroy State School

Colts won the toss and batted first.

Roger Hoare (61) and Charlotte Love (29) top-scored.

J. Merritt (3/26) and J. Brimblecombe (2/19) were best for Wondai.

In reply, R. Christensen (27) and M. Cook (22) were best with the bat for Wondai.

James Whiteman (4/24) and Brett Simpson (2/9) were best for Colts.

  • Murgon (9/54) def. Nanango Scorpions (48 all out) by one wicket at Murgon Sportsground

Nanango won the toss and batted first and were all out in the 23rd over.

Joseph Steinhardt top-scored with 12.

Adrian Webster took 3/12 off his eight overs while Jaden Heness took 2/7 off 3.1.

In reply, Murgon overtook the target in the 16th over, despite a strong Nanango attack which took nine wickets.

Tailender Lachlan Zelinski saved the day for Murgon with 10 runs off 11 balls.

Nicholas Scherger (3/9 off four overs), Abby Burrows (2/11 off three) and Joseph Steinhardt (2/2 off two) ripped through the Murgon batters.

  • Cherbourg (7/154) drew with Kingaroy Services (8/267) after their match at Murgon State High School was abandoned due to rain.

Kingaroy won the toss and batted first.

At the end of their 40 overs, Kingaroy were 8/267 with Sam Scott hitting an unbeaten 127 runs.

Ryan Jacobs took 3/37 and Lyndon Hopkins 2/41 for Cherbourg.

Cherbourg were chasing down the target and were at 154 when the match was abandoned in the 20th over.

Openers Tom Langton (33) and Lyndon Hopkins (29) got Cherbourg off to a good start.

Luke Peters (4/43) and Sam Wilson (1/5) were looking dangerous for Kingaroy.

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South Burnett Juniors

  • Stage 1 – Kingaroy (3/75) def. Nanango (5/56) by 19 runs at River Road Oval

1st Innings: Summer 9, Benny 8; Ben 1/9 and Eddie 1/3
2nd Innings: Amelia 10, Angus 7; Tom 1/9 and Dane 1/0

  • Stage 2 – Kingaroy Wamuran Timbers  (4/114) def. Nanango (6/81) by 37 runs at Alan Downie Sportsfields, Nanango

1st Innings: Josie B. 15 n/o, Darcy C. 7 n/o; Deagan 4/8 and Mitch 1/6
2nd Innings: Darcy 18 n/o, Isaac 25 n/o; Elliot B 2/11 and Emma C. 1/6

  • Stage 2 – Kingaroy Westlink (4/130) def. Kingaroy Pineview Brangus (4/103) at Kingaroy State School
  • Stage 3 – Nanango (6/130) def. Kingaroy Warriors (9/74) by four wickets at Taabinga State School

Kingaroy won the toss and batted first.

Clinton Blanch (24) and Logan Chew (7) were the top-scorers.

Lachlan Cullen took 2/10 and Rory O’Connor 2/11 for Nanango.

Lachlan did well with the bat for Nanango in reply, hitting an unbeaten 52 runs.

Thomas Town was 21 not out.

Nathaniel Reilly 1/8 and Logan Chew 1/7 finished with best bowling figures for Kingaroy.

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South Burnett Junior Representative

Round 6 of the Wide Bay Championships was played at Murgon Sportsground:

  • Under 12s  – South Burnett (159 all out) def. Gympie (79 all out)

Special mention must be made of Joshua Williams, who top-scored with 53 runs off just 67 balls for South Burnett but also took six wickets!

Joshua’s bowling figures were 6/3 off seven overs, which included five maidens!

Jayden Prendergast took 1/1 off three balls.

  • Under 14s – South Burnett (7/183) def. Gympie (101 all out)

Lochlan Burrows (80 not out) and Lachlan Cullen (29) were the top-scorers for South Burnett.

Thomas Town (3/12) and Rory O’Connor (2/6) finished with the best bowling figures.

The Grand Finals in the Wide Bay Championships will be played on March 6:

  • Under 16s – South Burnett / Gympie v Bundaberg
  • Under 14s – South Burnett v Bundaberg
  • Under 12s – Bundaberg v Fraser Coast

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This Weekend’s Games

South Burnett Under 17s – Friday, 6:00pm

  • Northern Stars v Southern Bulls – Lyle Vidler Oval, Kingaroy

South Burnett Juniors – Saturday, 8:00am

  • Stage 1 – Nanango v Kingaroy at Alan Downie Sportsfields, Nanango
  • Stage 2 – Kingaroy Pineview Brangus v Kingaroy Wamuran Timbers at Taabinga State School
  • Stage 2 – Nanango v Kingaroy Westlink at Alan Downie Sportsfields, Nanango
  • Stage 3 – Nanango v Kingaroy Warriors at Alan Downie Sportsfields,  Nanango

South Burnett Seniors – Saturday, 12:30pm

  • Murgon v Cherbourg at Murgon Sportsgrounds
  • Wooroolin Vikings v Wondai at Lyle Vidler Oval, Kingaroy
  • Nanango Scorpions v  Wooroolin Colts at Alan Downie Sportsfields, Nanango
  • Kingaroy Services has the bye

Gympie A Grade Competition – Saturday, 12:30pm

Day 1 of Round 4 of the Two-Day competition:

  • Murgon Crusaders v Wooroolin Warriors at Murgon Sportsgrounds

Goodchild Shield Grand Final – Sunday, 9:00am

  • South Burnett v Bundaberg at Lyle Vidler Oval, Kingaroy

UPDATE: The Under 17s match on Friday has been postponed because of the rain; and the Warriors Vikings v Wondai game will be played at Kingaroy State School.


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