Gracemere's Luke Johnstone.
Gracemere's Luke Johnstone. Christopher Chan GLA141012CRIK

Bowlers on top as both teams collapse for less than 100

WITH the Central Queensland one-day cricket series featuring club teams from Gladstone and Rockhampton in full swing, it was a weekend that batsmen would rather forget.

In the match between Gracemere and The Glen, The Glen batted first and was bowled out for 95.

 

It was always going to be a tough total to defend.

But Gracemere was bowled out for 59.

Their captain Aaron Harmsworth said he saw some pretty ordinary batting displays.

"It was embarrassing really," he said.

Glen captain Michael Heymer said both teams were surprised by poor form.

Results

The Glen A-grade

L Kirk 16; G Stanton- Cook 1; J Hall 11; M Heymer 2; J Seng 6; G Purdon 0; B Appo 11; T Arnold 5; L Johnstone 0; M MatzNot out19; B Schnoknecht 2; D Levett 25

Total 95

Gracemere A-grade

D Pezaros 10; J Smith 3; J Miles 0; L Johnstone 2; M Harth 2; A Harmsworth 19; T Harmsworth 10; R Brown 0; C Duff 0; K Moffat 1; R Banks2

Total 59



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