Queensland Colts v New South Wales Colts
Other matches in Australia 1963/64 (Sydney Gregory Cup)
VenueBrisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane on 5th, 6th, 7th November 1963 (3-day match)
Balls per over8
TossQueensland Colts won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
UmpiresJG Newcombe, RW Wilkie
Close of play day 1New South Wales Colts (1) 142/1 (Ives 68*, Kelly 28*)
Close of play day 2Queensland Colts (2) 50/2 (Hyde 23*, Parker 8*)

Queensland Colts first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
DR Hydec Taber b Renneberg10     
GT Grayb Croker3     
J Brownc Taber b Renneberg21     
*GM Eganb Renneberg41     
KP Ziebellc Taber b Croker27     
RE Parkerlbw b Watkins1     
RE Whitlockc Heiler b Owen25     
AR Skusec Renneberg b Croker12     
+BJ Flanaganc Owen b Croker1     
BA Dannnot out1     
JRF Duncanb Croker0     
Extras(1 b, 2 nb)3
Total(all out, 46 overs)145
Fall of wickets:
1-6 (Gray), 2-33 (Hyde), 3-42 (Brown), 4-86 (Ziebell), 5-87 (Parker), 6-127 (Egan), 7-143, 8-144, 9-145, 10-145 (46 ov)
New South Wales Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Renneberg13   3403--
Croker6   1225-2
Heiler6   2200--
Watkins11   1321--
Goffet4   2150--
Hollingsworth4   140--
Owen2   091--

New South Wales Colts first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
LA Marksc Hyde b Duncan42     
MJ Ivesc Skuse b Duncan117     
PC Kellyc Whitlock b Duncan71     
KA Owennot out51     
G Goffetc Brown b Egan9     
+HB Taberb Skuse9     
*CJ Hollingsworthc Flanagan b Ziebell7     
J Heilerc Dann b Skuse5     
JR Watkinsnot out14     
DA Rennebergdid not bat      
RM Crokerdid not bat      
Extras(4 b, 2 lb, 1 nb)7
Total(7 wickets, declared, 85 overs)332
Fall of wickets:
1-76 (Marks), 2-227 (Ives), 3-238 (Kelly), 4-252 (Goffet), 5-264 (Taber), 6-289 (Hollingsworth), 7-296 (Heiler)
Queensland Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Dann11   1420--
Duncan21   5753--
Whitlock7   1480--
Ziebell7   0371--
Skuse23   5532--
Parker5   0350--
Egan11   2351-1

Queensland Colts second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
DR Hydenot out111     
GT Grayrun out10     
J Brownb Watkins8     
RE Parkerc Renneberg b Hollingsworth55     
*GM Eganc Renneberg b Owen54     
KP Ziebellnot out59     
RE Whitlockdid not bat      
AR Skusedid not bat      
+BJ Flanagandid not bat      
BA Danndid not bat      
JRF Duncandid not bat      
Extras(1 b, 3 lb, 5 nb)9
Total(4 wickets, declared, 95 overs)306
Fall of wickets:
1-21 (Gray), 2-33 (Brown), 3-112 (Parker), 4-195 (Egan)
New South Wales Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Renneberg13   4500--
Croker9   0490-2
Watkins17   5401--
Heiler25   12330-3
Hollingsworth14   2461--
Owen13   3541--
Kelly1   0160--
Goffet3   190--

New South Wales Colts second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
LA Marksc Flanagan b Whitlock76     
MJ Ivesc Parker b Whitlock30     
KA Owennot out5     
+HB Taberc Ziebell b Whitlock1     
J Heilernot out1     
PC Kellydid not bat      
G Goffetdid not bat      
*CJ Hollingsworthdid not bat      
JR Watkinsdid not bat      
DA Rennebergdid not bat      
RM Crokerdid not bat      
Extras(1 b, 1 lb, 2 w)4
Total(3 wickets, 14 overs)117
Fall of wickets:
1-88 (Ives), 2-112 (Marks), 3-114 (Taber)
Queensland Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Dann6   04601-
Duncan4   02601-
Egan1   0170--
Whitlock3   0243--

Twelfth men: OW Lusk (Queensland Colts), J Benaud (New South Wales Colts)
Match notes
The opening day was not a good one for Queensland. Egan played well enough but most of the batsmen found difficulty with the pace of Renneberg and Croker. Croker captured four wickets for 4 runs in one over to end the innings. On the other hand New South Wales made a very good start and by stumps were in sight of a first innings lead with only one wicket down. On the second day New South Wales built a quite substantial lead before closing. Duncan and Skuse bowled well for Queensland but a number of catches were put down in the field. On the third day Hyde played a solid but unspectacular innings to become the youngest Queenslander to score a century in the competition. He received good support from Parker, Egan and Ziebell. Queensland closed setting New South Wales a run chase for victory. Marks hit out in a stay of one hour and hit twelve fours. By stumps New South Wales was just three runs short of victory.





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