Queensland Colts v New South Wales Colts
Other matches in Australia 1930/31
VenueExhibition Ground, Brisbane on 24th, 25th, 27th October 1930 (3-day match)
Balls per over8
TossQueensland Colts won the toss and decided to bat
ResultNew South Wales Colts won by 6 wickets
UmpiresCWC Arthy, JAS Scott
Close of play day 1New South Wales Colts (1) 112/4 (Hogg 8*, Harris 1*)
Close of play day 2Queensland Colts (2) 234/8 (Pizzey 34*, Yeates 39*)

Queensland Colts first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
KLM Mossoplbw b Hunt1      
GH Cooperc Hird b Hunt58      
*M Biggsc and b Hird23      
FW Sidesrun out8      
GA Bournelbw b Hunt25      
CG Turichc Harris b Stewart1      
+HV Burnsst Harris b Cummins46      
AJ Wattb Hunt0      
HNM Yeatesc Stewart b Hird14      
E Gilbertc and b Hird5      
JCA Pizzeynot out21      
Extras(12 b, 2 lb)14
Total(all out, 58 overs)216
Fall of wickets:
1-6 (Mossop), 2-50 (Biggs), 3-79 (Sides), 4-105 (Cooper), 5-118 (Turich), 6-124 (Bourne), 7-132 (Watt), 8-160 (Yeates), 9-180 (Gilbert), 10-216 (Burns, 58 ov)
New South Wales Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Stewart18   0571--
Hunt16   2374--
Hird13   0663--
Cummins9   0351--
Parsonage2   170--

New South Wales Colts first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
SL Josselynlbw b Pizzey13      
TG Parsonagec Burns b Gilbert46      
LR Leabeaterlbw b Gilbert21      
*GCH Hoggb Gilbert17      
CM Solomonlbw b Pizzey14      
+C Harrisb Yeates15      
FS Cumminsb Gilbert60      
F Hendersonc Watt b Gilbert26      
SF Hirdb Gilbert4      
WA Huntnot out9      
GL Stewartlbw b Watt2      
Extras(11 b, 7 lb)18
Total(all out, 58.1 overs)245
Fall of wickets:
1-45 (Josselyn), 2-85 (Parsonage), 3-94 (Leabeater), 4-111 (Hogg), 5-136, 6-142, 7-185, 8-217, 9-234, 10-245 (58.1 ov)
Queensland Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gilbert20   2826--
Yeates13   3521--
Pizzey9   0542--

Queensland Colts second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GH Cooperc and b Stewart7      
KLM Mossopb Stewart17      
*M Biggsb Stewart65      
FW Sidesb Stewart0      
CG Turichb Stewart13      
GA Bourneb Stewart19      
+HV Burnsrun out9      
AJ Wattc Parsonage b Hird16      
JCA Pizzeylbw b Hunt36      
HNM Yeatesc Hird b Cummins39      
E Gilbertnot out1      
Extras(10 b, 6 lb)16
Total(all out, 71.3 overs)238
Fall of wickets:
1-13 (Cooper), 2-36 (Mossop), 3-36 (Sides), 4-76 (Turich), 5-124 (Bourne), 6-127 (Biggs), 7-138 (Burns), 8-166 (Watt), 9-234 (Yeates), 10-238 (Pizzey, 71.3 ov)
New South Wales Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Stewart21   1676--
Cummins10   2361--
Hird14   3541--
Hogg5   1150--

New South Wales Colts second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
SL Josselynretired hurt7      
TG Parsonagec Yeates b Pizzey12      
LR Leabeaterc Gilbert b Yeates7      
FS Cumminsrun out (Bourne->Burns)58      
*GCH Hoggb Yeates66      
CM Solomonnot out45      
F Hendersonnot out3      
+C Harrisdid not bat      
SF Hirddid not bat      
WA Huntdid not bat      
GL Stewartdid not bat      
Extras(9 b, 6 lb)15
Total(4 wickets, 36.5 overs)213
Fall of wickets:
1-29 (Leabeater), 2-35 (Parsonage), 3-128 (Cummins), 4-205 (Hogg)
Queensland Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Watt8   0470--
Yeates9   1392--
Pizzey8   0641--

--> SL Josselyn retired hurt in the New South Wales Colts second innings having scored 7 (team had lost 0 wickets)

Twelfth men: T O'Shea (Queensland Colts), BV McAuley (New South Wales Colts)
Match notes
Batting first Queensland Colts brought up 50 in 54 minutes and 100 in 89 minutes and soon afterwards Cooper left having hit seven fours in a stay of 92 minutes. The 150 came in 142 minutes and 200 in 182 minutes but wickets were falling. Burns held the tail together in a stay of 100 minutes and was last out when the innings concluded after 202 minutes. Josselyn and Parsonage made a brisk opening the former leaving after half an hour. The 50 arrived in 41 minutes and 100 in 86 minutes and soon afterwards a light appeal was upheld at 5.45 p.m., fifteen minutes before the time for stumps.
The pace of Gilbert worried the New South wales batsmen and on the second day he bowled sufficiently well to restrict the run flow. Cummins was not deterred and play a splendid innings in one hour at the crease to give his team a lead. Biggs batted two hours hitting six fours in holding the second Queensland innings together in the face of some quite inspired bowling by Stewart. Late in the day Yeates hit out and was well supported by a more sedate Pizzey as 68 runs were added for the ninth wicket.
The available commentaries do not give the rate of scoring for each fifty runs for the second day of play.





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