Two dayers come to an exciting finish

TWO DAYERS CONCLUDE: Kingaroy RSL captain Darren Geiger fires down a delivery during the closing stages of the two day match between Kingaroy RSL and Wooroolin Warriors.
TWO DAYERS CONCLUDE: Kingaroy RSL captain Darren Geiger fires down a delivery during the closing stages of the two day match between Kingaroy RSL and Wooroolin Warriors. Aiden Burgess

THE first round of the two day South Burnett A grade cricket season resumed on Saturday, with matches decided at Kingaroy and Murgon.

Kingaroy RSL earned outright points in the closing stages of its match with the Wooroolin Warriors at Lyle Vidler Oval.

Kingaroy RSL entered the second day with a 204 run lead and finished at 6/170 in its second innings.

David Hosking top scored with 52 not out, while Jason Koy also remained unbeaten on 30 not out. James Dundas was the best of the Warriors' bowlers taking 4/34.

The Warriors headed into their second innings chasing 375 to win but made 215.

The side was bowled out with 12 minutes of play remaining.Dan O'Connor was the standout player of the day, with a superb knock of 120.

Anthony Eden was the chief destroyer for Kingaroy RSL, taking 6/62, while Darren Geiger took 2/44 as the team took all six points from the game.

Murgon Crusaders were successful in their run chase during the second day of their match against Nanango Scorpions at Murgon Sportsground.

Needing 112 for victory, the Crusaders finished at 1-115 from 15 overs.

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