Two centuries on day one of carnival cricket in Warwick
CRICKET: Two centuries were scored on day 1 of the annual Australia Day Cricket Carnival in Warwick.
Dean Murphy scored 109 in a total of 129 in a six-run Annie's XI win against Dale's XI at Dunning Oval yesterday.
At the Queens Park Turf, Hurricanes Elite batsman Dennis Bohm scored 127 in a score of 3-189. The Elite won by 146 runs from Rettke's XI.
With the ball, Matthew Bohm and Jason Bradfield each took three wickets against Rettke's. Hurricanes Elite won both their first day games to qualify for their first final in their ninth year in the carnival.
Hurricanes Elite beat Dutch's Rudders in their second game of the day with Dennis Bohm again making runs, 39. Jacko McMahon show great form in both games.
The century by Dennis Bohm was the first for the Hurricanes in their nine years.
James Moore took 5-13 off four overs for Blue Cox XI against Palace Cows at Yangan and Doug Green 4-5 off four overs for WBAS against Hugh's XI at Briggs Oval.
Hugh's XI bowler and Queensland police rugby league representative player Jimmy Doyle took 4-11 off thre overs against WBAS.
The carnival finishes today with games in Warwick, Yangan and Allora.
The social grand final at noon is at Briggs Oval between Digglers and Hurricanes Elite while the main competition final will be at Slade Park at 1.30pm.
Semis are being played this morning on the four turf wickets in Warwick to determine the finalists for the 1.30pm game. Every team will play one game todayand players must be at the grounds 30 minutes before advertised times.