Big hitting Max's XI batsman was carnival best
CRICKET: Max's XI batsman John Cleary passed 50 in his five innings of the Condamine Sports Club Warwick Australia Day Cricket Carnival to win the player of the carnival award.
He scored 90, 66, 124, 60 and 81 for a tally of 421 runs.
Jeb Jerome from Marbucks scored 198 runs from five matches and took seven wickets for 85 to win the all rounder of the carnival award.
There was one game tie in the 47th annual carnival.
With semi spots up for grabs, Mitch Siebenhausen hit a four off the last ball of a game at Allora on Saturday to secure a draw with SBH XI.
In one of the best recoveries in the carnival, the police team Hugh's XI were 5-25 in a semi on Sunday at Slade Park against Bears/Small's XI before Jimmy Doyle and Morgan Bourke added a partnership of 65 to help take the score to 112.
Doyle made 68 for a Hugh's XI team which made the semis for the first time in recent years.
Games went ahead at Maryvale despite vandals burning a hole in the synthetic on the wicket.
Most runs - Nathan Case (Stunned Mullets) 245, average 61.3
Highest score - Cameron Peterson (Badzy's Bandits) 137
Batting average - Michael Crouch (Rettke's XI) 106
Most wickets - Mitch Darton (Maryvale Condy) 12 wickets for 85 off 18 overs
Best bowling figures - Nathan Roon (Goomeri) 6-25
Best bowling average - Kev Bourke (Maryvale Condy) 5 runs per wicket
Hat tricks: James Speedy (Marbucks) and Mark Grayson (Digglers)
Ball throwing: Kieren Gibbs (Players are only eligible for one prize)
See all scores over 50 and four-wicket bag in All Sorts of Sports on Thursday