New South Wales Colts v Queensland Colts
Other matches in Australia 1938/39
VenueSydney Cricket Ground No 2, Sydney on 2nd, 3rd, 4th December 1938 (4-day match)
Balls per over8
TossNew South Wales Colts won the toss and decided to bat
ResultNew South Wales Colts won by 99 runs
UmpiresPR Bates, HAR Elphinstone
Close of play day 1Queensland Colts (1) 95/5 (Hardcastle 5*, Fitzgerald 5*)
Close of play day 2Queensland Colts (2) 29/1 (Guttormsen 20*)

New South Wales Colts first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
DK Carmodyb Fitzgerald82     
AW Bombellilbw b Fitzgerald79     
VW McCafferyc Rushbrook b Fitzgerald6     
EJ Minterc Franklin b Tallon31     
RV Jamesc Allen b Fitzgerald3     
MB Cohenc Franklin b Fitzgerald0     
*KC Gulliverlbw b Tallon1     
+RA Saggersb Tallon3     
CG Pepperc Stibe b Tallon8     
AW Roperb Rushbrook6     
JR Fieldernot out13     
Extras(8 b, 1 nb)9
Total(all out, 63.2 overs)241
Fall of wickets:
1-163 (Bombelli), 2-172 (Carmody), 3-181 (McCaffery), 4-189 (James), 5-189 (Cohen), 6-190 (Gulliver), 7-208 (Saggers), 8-216 (Pepper), 9-226 (Minter), 10-241 (Roper, 63.2 ov)
Queensland Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Franklin6   0210-1
Tallon25   01194--
Fitzgerald18   6515--
Hardcastle3   0100--

Queensland Colts first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*MS Guttormsenb Fielder12     
JV Hackettc Cohen b Roper7     
+DJ Allenc Roper b Gulliver38     
EC La Frantzc Minter b Cohen9     
CGR Stibeb Gulliver12     
FA Hardcastlec James b Roper37     
JP Fitzgeraldc Gulliver b Roper9     
EJ McConnellb Roper1     
RL Franklinb Fielder4     
LWT Tallonc Saggers b Pepper21     
RFK Rushbrooknot out1     
Extras(7 b, 4 lb, 1 nb)12
Total(all out, 49 overs)163
Fall of wickets:
1-15 (Guttormsen), 2-19 (Hackett), 3-46 (La Frantz), 4-73 (Stibe), 5-90 (Allen), 6-109 (Fitzgerald), 7-113 (McConnell), 8-126 (Franklin), 9-161 (Tallon), 10-163 (Hardcastle, 49 ov)
New South Wales Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Roper15   4314-1
Fielder14   2402-1
Cohen10   1301--
Gulliver9   1502--
Pepper1   101--

New South Wales Colts second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
DK Carmodyb Franklin19     
AW Bombellic La Frantz b Tallon58     
VW McCafferyc Rushbrook b Fitzgerald139     
EJ Minterc Franklin b Tallon14     
RV Jamesb Fitzgerald28     
CG Pepperb Rushbrook88     
*KC Gullivernot out14     
MB Cohennot out5     
+RA Saggersdid not bat      
AW Roperdid not bat      
JR Fielderdid not bat      
Extras(2 b, 6 lb)8
Total(6 wickets, declared, 56 overs)373
Fall of wickets:
1-29 (Carmody), 2-98 (Bombelli), 3-120 (Minter), 4-165 (James), 5-336 (McCaffery), 6-362 (Pepper)
Queensland Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Rushbrook14   1601--
Franklin10   0571--
Tallon17   01402--
Fitzgerald13   1832--
McConnell2   0250--

Queensland Colts second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*MS Guttormsenc Pepper b Roper103     
JV Hackettb Roper5     
+DJ Allenc James b Pepper27     
EC La Frantzb Cohen57     
CGR Stibeb Fielder36     
FA Hardcastlec sub (VC Schaefer) b Cohen9     
JP Fitzgeraldc Saggers b Fielder11     
EJ McConnellc James b Fielder35     
RL Franklinc Carmody b Gulliver23     
LWT Tallonc Minter b Gulliver9     
RFK Rushbrooknot out21     
Extras(10 b, 3 lb, 2 nb, 1 w)16
Total(all out, 90.5 overs)352
Fall of wickets:
1-29 (Hackett), 2-97 (Allen), 3-177 (Guttormsen), 4-225 (La Frantz), 5-245, 6-249, 7-265, 8-301, 9-319, 10-352 (90.5 ov)
New South Wales Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Roper10   3382-2
Cohen10   2282--
Gulliver19   0932--
Pepper14   0591--
James15   45401-
Carmody1   050--
Bombelli1   100--

--> The match was scheduled for four days but completed in three.

Twelfth men: HV Stapleton (New South Wales Colts), JF Barnes (Queensland Colts)
Match notes
New South Wales made a great start to the match but once Bombelli had been dismissed Fitzgerald and Tallon soon brought the innings to an end. Queensland replied poorly with only Douglas Allen and Frank Hardcastle making any stand. When New South Wales batted again Bombelli produced another good score while McCaffrey and Pepper added 171 for the fifth wicket to place New South Wales in the ascendency. Requiring 452 to win Queensland made a good reply but fell one hundred short, team captain Guttormsen leading the way with a fine century and a number of batsmen making useful contributions.





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