Busy weekend in Warwick cricket
48 HOURS IN 48 LINES: There were plenty of good scores in the weekend round of Condamine Cup cricket in Warwick.
The highest score at Allora on Saturday was 87 by Colts' first-drop batsman Lachlan Gross when the home side beat Colts by five wickets.
Allora were the winners on the back of some good batting, especially from Cameron Masters who was at the wicket when the winning runs were scored on a ground named after his grandfather, the late Keith Masters.
Maryvale-Condamine made it nine wins in nine games with victory at Slade Park on Sunday. Will Gordon scored another half century for Maryvale and Kevin Bourke took four wickets.
Wheatvale won on forfeit from Sovereign Animals when there were only six Animals players at the game. Cricket can only be played with a minimum of seven so a social T20 game was played. It is rare for Sovereign to forfeit; come hell or high water, the Animals field a team.
Redbacks won by one run at Inglewood with Shane Hooper belting 137 for the home side.
Warwick driver Matt Campbell is home from Germany where he attended the annual Porsche Night of Champions.
Car companies don't fly drivers around the world for the sake of it which shows how far the young Warwick driver has come in the past couple of years. Next year he will drive a Porsche in Europe and the Americas.