Kallindale Warriors' Nick Scherger cuts it fine during the match with Scorpions in Kingaroy on Saturday, October 26. (PHOTO: Jessica McGrath)
Kallindale Warriors' Nick Scherger cuts it fine during the match with Scorpions in Kingaroy on Saturday, October 26. (PHOTO: Jessica McGrath)

GALLERY: Warriors claim victory, Services score

CRICKET: Nanango Scorpions’ sting was not strong enough as Kallindale Warriors claimed their victory at Lyle Vidler on Saturday, October 26.

After a washed-out competition last week, the cricket players were keen to gain some ground on the pitch.

Nanango Scorpions chose to bat first with a lead of 236/8.

Scorpion batsman B. Heyns stole the show with 119 runs, supported by Jay Steinhardt’s 45 runs and H. Martin’s 15.

Warrior Jayden Steinhardt bowled 3/24 off seven overs.

Kallindale Warriors were all out after 35.3 overs with a score of 9/183.

Warrior batsman J Steinhardt scored 75, C. Olm secured 23 and T. Hansen 19.

Joseph Steinhardt secured 3/8 off four overs.

Meanwhile, Kingaroy Services defeated Cherbourg for the top spot out at Taabinga.

Sent in to batt first, the Services were all out with 9/237.

A. Webster secured 48 runs, while Justin Labinsky scored 46.

Cherbourg’s Edwin Simpson bowled 4/49 off seven overs.

In reply, Cherbourg secured 6/246 in just 32 overs.

T Langton boosted the score with 102 runs while David Warner made 79 runs off 24 balls.

Services’ Sam Scott made 3/37 off five overs.

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