BIG SLOG: Marshall Noffke slogs the ball away on the legside for Nanango.Photo Keagan Elder / South Burnett Times
BIG SLOG: Marshall Noffke slogs the ball away on the legside for Nanango.Photo Keagan Elder / South Burnett Times Keagan Elder

Nanango steals away win from Kingaroy

NANANGO proved the team to chase in the second division clash against Kingaroy.

Under the hot, muggy conditions of Saturday, Nanango made its way into the middle to bat first at Kingaroy State High School.

Solid knocks of 17 by both Ryan Jones and Max Willard helped the visiting team bat through its overs to finish 6/143.

Kingaroy's Taylor Armstrong led the charge with the ball and took a stand-out catch off her own bowling.

Armstrong finished with solid figures of 4/18 off her three overs.

In response to Nanango's efforts with the bat, Kingaroy's batsmen gave their all but could not get the better of the visitors.

At the end of the day Kingaroy finished 3/99 after Charlie Ploetz finished 30 not out backed by Nikolas Heness's 12 not out.

Nanango v Kingaroy

Nanango batting

  • Nanango finished 6/143
  • Ryan Jones 17
  • Max Willard 17

Kingaroy bowling

  • Taylor Armstrong 4/18/3
  • Lachlan Watson 2/15/3

Kingaroy batting

  • Kingaroy finished 3/99
  • Charlie Ploetz 30 not out
  • Nikolas Heness 12 not out

Nanango bowling

  • Max Willard 2/2/2
  • Ryan Jones 1/8/3
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