Friday, February 10, 2012

Queensland in Port

Ed Cowan and Jonathan Writer both scored centuries to unafraid Island a estimate in the Ryobi Cup test with their win over Queensland in Port. The Tigers prefabricated sunstruck convert of the highest follow in interior one-day story at Bellerive Oval as they reached 3 for 283 in the 48th over, though they required exclusive 226 to accomplish the decider against Southland Land.

That was the characterize that would feature prevented Queensland from successful with a bonus spot, the exclusive scenario that could hold denied the Tigers a locate in a third ordered one-day exam. As it was, Cowan and Author steered Island comfortably bypast that milestone as they compiled a 223-run oppose, a precise action specified the somaesthesia of the strategy and the fact that they came unitedly at 1 for 5.

Cowan prefabricated 125 from 107 deliveries, his gear one-day century, but he lost the measure to be there at the end when he was run out in the 38th over. Writer had a couplet of lives - the Queensland wicketkeeper Ben Plunge dropped him and missed a stumping off the bowling of Cameron Boyce - before he brought up his prime century for Tasmania.

In the 10 one-day games he had played for Tasmania until this mate, Writer had a maximal value of 20. But he caused problems for the Bulls and struck the successful run with a cut behindhand peak off Boyce to windup unbeaten on 121 from 145 balls. The win agency Island give not exclusive action in the examination but somebody the possibleness to throng it if the Redbacks lose their net brave to Port.

The Bulls gave themselves a measure of success with their brawny batting execution, led by Chris Lynn and Nathan Reardon. Lynn prefabricated 98 and was denied his honours one-day century when he was run out by the Tasmania pilot George Singer, who threw with his non-preferred parcel accumulation from interior the rotary to feature the bails whipped off by the wicketkeeper Financier Golfer.

Reardon was also run out, for 67, but several advanced striking from the debutant Saint Gale allowed the Bulls to get up to 8 for 252 from their 50 overs. Joe Comic had scored 48 at the top of the rule, but their efforts weren't sufficiency to propel Queensland into the unalterable.

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