Brothers bat well in wake of loss

THE Cantwell brothers, Chris and Neil, scored 155 between them as Wheatvale beat Inglewood by 43 runs at Wheatvale yesterday.

It was fitting the brothers batted well on their home ground after the death of their uncle Leo Cantwell late last week, a club founder, captain and official over many decades.

Wheatvale scored 236, Neil making 84 and Chris 71, to beat the Inglewood score of 193. David Elsley took 4-33 to be the best with the ball for Inglewood.

Nick Campbell scored 48 and Brent Bennett 46 for Inglewood. Hugh Wren was best with 2-35 for the winners.

In the game at Slade Park, Kev Poole scored 40 not out to see RSL Diggers to a six-wicket win against Allora.

Allora was in trouble before Allan Petersingham hit four fours and two sixes in an unbeaten 50 to help his side score 113.

With the ball, Brett McEvoy starred for Diggers with 6-22 off eight overs.

Cam Peterson hit 67 not out in 3-89 as the Warwick Hotel Colts beat the Stockyard Animals at Queens Park.

Batting first, Stockyard was dismissed for 88, Tony Munro top scoring with 42.

Alex Costello was the best bowler for Colts with 3-16 with his leg spin.

Munro capped a fine game with 3-34 off six overs for Animals.



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