Plenty of cricket this weekend as Seng reflects on great win
CRICKET: "To perform like that in a final in front of my family as well and at the Gabba is something I'll never forget."
That's what The Glen's Jason Seng said this morning as he reflected on his game-breaking 77 runs for the CQ Seamers.
Seng also took a wicket and a run-out to lead Seamers to a 27-run win in the Bulls Masters T20 Country Championship against Mackay-Whitsundays Nitros.
The all-rounder knew Seamers' total of 6-162 would be enough.
"It was actually the highest score for any Bulls Masters final, so I knew it would be very competitive," Seng said.
Nitros did have a glimmer when it reached 1-34 after just three overs, but Seng and his crew stepped up.
"We definitely didn't panic when they got off to a good start," he said.
The game turned when left-arm spinner Logan Whitfield was introduced to the bowling crease.
He claimed 3-24 in a stellar spell of spin bowling.
"Taking wickets always slows down the run-rate and myself and Logan really put the breaks on and that put the pressure back on the Nitros," Seng said.
There's no rest for Seng because he is in the Gladstone team which will play against Central Highlands in the third round of the Central Queensland Championship at BITS Oval on Sunday.
Gladstone team: David Heymer (captain), Jason Seng, Liam Kirk, Terry Sawyer (vice-captain), Jake Harvey, Michael Heymer, Jason Batchelor, Waqar Yunus, Damien Levitt, Harry Rideout, Nathan Cobb.
Meanwhile BITS take on second-placed Graemere tomorrow at BITS Oval in round 12 of the Frenchville Sports Club Capricorn Challenge.
Both games start at 9.30am tomorrow and Sunday.