Victoria Hill players Jack Morris and top scoring Travis Burns with Jake Burns (front) after a loss to Wheatvale at Slade Park.
Victoria Hill players Jack Morris and top scoring Travis Burns with Jake Burns (front) after a loss to Wheatvale at Slade Park. Gerard Walsh

Retired NRL player top scores at the cricket

CRICKET: Wheatvale has moved back into second position on the Warwick Cricket Association Condamine Cup points table after a win against Victoria Hill at Slade Park on Sunday.

Retired NRL player Travis Burns is playing for the Victoria Hill side and top scored with 41 in a total of 138.

Wheatvale trio Col O'Brien with the Boal brothers, Lachlan and Ryan, at Slade Park after a win against Victoria Hill.
Wheatvale trio Col O'Brien with the Boal brothers, Lachlan and Ryan, at Slade Park after a win against Victoria Hill. Gerard Walsh

Carter Bilbrough was the star for Wheatvale with a top scoring 43 and 4-28 with the ball.

Burns said his side simply didn't bat well enough.

"We will be a team to be reckoned with,” he said.

"Every team has a bad day.

"Wheatvale played some great cricket and are strong in all departments.”

The target was reached with a Wheatvale partnership between Jonno Colfs, 19, and Hayden Doherty, 15 runs.

Redbacks and Maryvale Condamine won the two Saturday games.

SCORES: Wheatvale 4/139 (Carter Bilbrough 43, Col O'Brien 32 retired, Scott McLennan 2-29, Brodie Frizzell 1-22) d Victoria Hill 138 (Travis Burns 41, Joe Morris 24, Carter Bilbrough 4-28, Jared Fearby 2-20)



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