Wide Bay’s Sienna Johnson sends one down.
Wide Bay’s Sienna Johnson sends one down. RON BURGIN

Bundy cricketers lose to Brisbane

BUNDABERG'S chances of winning the under-12 Queensland State Cricket Championship took a blow yesterday with a loss to Brisbane North at Kendalls Flat Sports Grounds.

The Wide Bay team could muster only 114 runs against a strong Brisbane North attack led by Connor Arnold, who took four wickets.

Brycen Mitchell managed 21 runs as Wide Bay suffered its first loss in the competition, by 13 runs.

It was a better day for Metropolitan South West, which scored 243 runs in its defeat of North Queensland. Half-centuries to Vincent Foo and Tom Crook helped steer MSW to a 104-run win over the northern side.

Far North Queensland also had a good day, beating Gold Coast by eight runs, with Morgan Teniola taking four wickets for the victors.

Darling Downs South West Queensland continued to perform well, beating South East Queensland by 43 runs.

Jack Just got the biggest score of the day, scoring 65 for Darling Downs.

And Central Queensland beat Mackay Whitsundays by just two runs in a close match.

Wide Bay can get its campaign back on track today with a match against South East Queensland, and Brisbane North will take on North Queensland. Metropolitan South West will play Mackay Whitsundays, Darling Downs takes on Far North Queensland, and Gold Coast battles Central Queensland.

Top Scorers

Jack Just (DDSWQ)

65 n.o

Jonty Hinschen (MW)

55 ret

Vincent Foo (MSW)

54 ret

Tom Crook (MSW)

51 n.o

Matt Watt (SEQ)

43 ret

Chris Melton DDSWQ)

38 ret

Jack Tibiano (GC)

35

Ben Shrimpkin (FNQ)

34

Jack Stains (MW)

31

Luke Muggeridge (SEQ)

30

Best Bowling

Connor Arnold (BN)

4/16

Morgan Teniola (FNQ)

4/31

Jaylan Koehler (GC)

3/20

Daniel Niven (NQ)

3/25

Daniel Disalvo (FNQ)

3/32

Lachlan Town (DDSWQ)

2/9

Mitchell Coss (MSW)

2/15

Harry Trendall (MSW)

2/22

Scott Burt (DDSWQ)

2/26

Donald White (CQ)

2/30



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