John Cleary bowls for Warwick Hotel Colts in the A-grade cricket finals in the 2008-2009 season.
John Cleary bowls for Warwick Hotel Colts in the A-grade cricket finals in the 2008-2009 season.

Cricket game to be a decider

THE winner of the Warwick Hotel Colts and Maryvale-Condamine game at Queen’s Park turf this Sunday will move into outright fourth position and possibly secure the last semi-final position.

John Cleary scores his runs quickly and could prove a major obstacle for the Maryvale side to dismiss. Tim Sutton could add some valuable runs late in the innings. Maryvale paceman Mark Steketee is in good form with the ball after his strong showing in the Davis Shield final.

Spin bowler George McVeigh could pick up some key wickets in the Colts innings.

RSL Diggers bowler Steve Martin will need to produce a good spell with the new ball to give his side a chance against Inglewood.

The Inglewood side rarely loses at home and has a much stronger batting line-up with Garth Miller in the middle order. The winner of this game will be favourite to take the lead in the competition and will almost certainly be the minor premiers.

Wheatvale batsman Craig Cantwell could be the top scorer in his side’s clash with Allora at Slade Park tomorrow.

Allora batsman Steve Hughes will attack the bowling during the first 15 overs with the fielding restrictions in place.

In reserve grade, Ben Pillar could lead his side to victory with a big score against Careys Meateors at Yangan. In the other game Shane Hooper could score a century in this afternoon’s clash with the Sovereign Animals at Slade Park. Matthew Wagner could be the best of the Sovereign bowlers and claim some early wickets.



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