GALLERY: Scorpions send the Wolves back home

CRICKET: Scorpions sent the ball to the Wolves and won by three wickets at Saturday’s game.

Batting first, Wondai were all out after 94 runs.

Robert Christensen scored 18 while Chris Heness finished with 15 and Billy McDowell scored 14.

Scorpions bowlers B Greenslade scored 4/15 off 5, while Barry Heyns managed 2/18 off 6.2.

Nanango set their sting with 7/97 in their innings.

Jay Steinhardt secured 19 runs, Matthew Springate finished with 18, while Brendan Weil had 15.

Wolves bowler Ethen Kucks claimed a hat trick and 5/32 off 8.

While, B McDowell and Chris Kerkow secured one wicket each.

Meanwhile, Cherbourg sent Kallindale Warriors marching home, making 7 for 194.

Warriors batted first and were lead by Tavis Hartwig’s 74 runs and Michael Sanford’s 30.

Kallindale finished their innings with 9 for 194.

Lloyd Langton was the best with the ball, securing 2/33.

Cherbourg’s Mick Rees made 104, while Gene Barrett made 13.

Warriors’ bowlers shared the wickets with Chanse Olm securing 3/51 and Michael Sanford 2/39.

Out at the Blackbutt sports field, the Timbertowners and Kingaroy Services played in between storms and showers.

Timbertowners won the toss and M Marriott secured 82, while Z Ennis scored 28 runs and A Jones 25.

Blackbutt were all out for 238.

In reply, Services were all out for 68, with S Scott securing 26 runs.

Timbertowners’ bowler D Gilliland finished with 5 for 20 off 8 and E Szendrey secured 2 for 17 off 3.

Lastly, Kingaroy defeated Murgon on home soil.

Batting first, Kingaroy finished with 9/104 as T Herrmann secured 32 runs.

Murgon’s J Sippel scored 3/13 and J Kapernick 2/19.

Murgon District then stepped up to the pitch and secured with 6/105.

J Kapernick took the lead with 20 runs, while AC Roderick finished with 28.

Kingaroy bowler M Patroni scored 2/24, while L Smith finished with 3/21.

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