GALLERY: Not even a hat-trick could help Wondai
NOT even an impressive hat trick from young Wondai bowler, Jeremy Hobbs was enough to get his side home on the weekend.
The Wondai Wolves faced up against Kingaroy’s Devils said in a one-sided affair.
The Devils batted first and finished with 8/251 from their 40 overs.
Stand outs in the batting line up for the Devils were Hayden Wieck (68), Caylan Brown (55) and Jack Hourn (33).
In reply, a gallant Wondai side were all out for just 127.
With Ryan Heness (29) and Robert Christensen (25) the stand out batters in a losing side. The pick of the Kingaroy bowlers were Taylor Hermann with four wickets for 39 runs from his eight overs.
Luke Smith played his part with two wickets for 33 runs from six overs.
Sadly, the exceptional effort of Young Wondai bowler, Jeremy Hobbs wasn’t enough to get his team home.
A hat trick is elusive for even the most establish bowlers.
Regardless of the loss, Hobbs will surely remember the day with fond memories.
In other games, Kumbia were far too good for Blackbutt taking just 8.2 overs and three wickets to reach the Timbertowners score of 69.
Nanango (237) defeated Cherbourg (191) in a high scoring game.
Nanango’s Stephen Kirkland was the pick of the batters, falling only four runs short of his century.
Services went into their game against Murgon with high expectations.
Counting on scoring some big runs, they won the toss and chose to bat, but were all out for only 72.
Murgon took just ten overs and two wickets to reach their score and take out the win.
See our photo gallery from the Kingaroy and Wondai game below.