Queensland v Australian Country XI
Other matches in Australia 2002/03
VenueSalter Oval, Bundaberg on 12th January 2003 (50-over match)
Balls per over6
Players12 per side (11 to bat and field)
TossAustralian Country XI won the toss and decided to field
ResultQueensland won by 89 runs
UmpiresWK Blinco, GA Stewart
ScorersJI Harris, ME Skau

Queensland inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sS-Rate
DM Paynec Divin b Harvey4148787-85.42
NJ Krugerrun out (Hopper->Harvey)65587192112.07
JR Hopesc Nott b Divin1418242-77.78
*ML Lovec Else b Burns3648673175.00
BP Nashb Burns4649537193.88
JL Cassellrun out (Divin)1314171-92.86
LA Carseldinec Graetz b Hopper2326301-88.46
+WA Seccombec Hopper b Glass37253242148.00
NM Hauritzc Harvey b Burns8691-133.33
AC Dalenot out65101-120.00
MS Kasprowicznot out1044-1250.00
DR MacKenziedid not bat      
Extras(4 lb, 1 nb, 4 w)9
Total(9 wickets, innings closed, 202 minutes, 50 overs)308
Fall of wickets:
1-106 (Kruger), 2-112 (Payne), 3-124 (Hopes), 4-204 (Love), 5-209 (Nash), 6-233 (Cassell), 7-255 (Carseldine), 8-278 (Hauritz), 9-292 (Seccombe)
Australian Country XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Glass9   05511154.006.11
Graetz9   07602--8.44
Harvey7   03511-42.005.00
Divin7   2151--42.002.14
Hopper10   0581--60.005.80
Burns8   0653--16.008.12

Australian Country XI inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sS-Rate
GJ Paulsenlbw b Carseldine3248585-66.67
*DR Elsec Love b Kasprowicz079--0.00
SR Cameronb Hauritz61841055272.62
DA Burnsst Seccombe b Hauritz213142-167.74
SG Mooreb Hopes4654577-85.19
DB Frakesb MacKenzie263139--83.87
MA Divinb Hopes1117181-64.71
+BPJ Nottnot out91829--50.00
CR Glassc Kasprowicz b MacKenzie255--40.00
N Graetzb MacKenzie034--0.00
CF Hoppernot out053--0.00
SJ Harveydid not bat      
Extras(1 b, 5 lb, 3 nb, 2 w)11
Total(9 wickets, innings closed, 189 minutes, 50 overs)219
Fall of wickets:
1-4 (Else), 2-51 (Paulsen), 3-107 (Burns), 4-123 (Cameron), 5-192 (Frakes), 6-194 (Moore), 7-211 (Divin), 8-216 (Glass), 9-218 (Graetz)
Queensland bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Kasprowicz7   1231-342.003.29
Dale10   0330---3.30
Carseldine4   0211--24.005.25
Hopes10   03521-30.003.50
Hauritz9   0592--27.006.56
MacKenzie10   04231-20.004.20

--> Queensland innings: 50 in 10.3 overs, 43 minutes
--> Queensland innings: 100 in 15.5 overs, 66 minutes
--> Queensland innings: 150 in 29.5 overs, 122 minutes
--> Queensland innings: 200 in 35.5 overs, 145 minutes
--> Queensland innings: 250 in 44.4 overs, 178 minutes
--> Queensland innings: 300 in 49.3 overs, 201 minutes
--> Australian Country XI innings: 50 in 14.4 overs, 57 minutes
--> Australian Country XI innings: 100 in 24.5 overs, 96 minutes
--> Australian Country XI innings: 150 in 36.4 overs, 135 minutes
--> Australian Country XI innings: 200 in 43.4 overs, 164 minutes
--> NJ Kruger 50 in 45 balls, 56 minutes
--> SR Cameron 50 in 75 balls, 91 minutes

The batting of both teams proved to be highly entertaining and in view of their lack of experience at a higher level of the game the Country players provided good opposition for the Queenslanders and gave them a worthwhile work out as a lead up to the ING Cup match to be played next Friday. In his debut for Queensland Nick Kruger showed to great advantage and a good future is predicted for this highly entertaining left hand opener. Martin Love, Queensland captain for this match was given a rousing reception.
To the delight of the spectators Scott Cameron, who hails from the Roma district of Queensland but is now a resident of the National Capital, played a sound innings punctuated with some quite sparkling shots. To date Cameron has not failed to pass fifty in any innings of these Championships. Simon Moore, one of the three players to have previously appeared for Australia Country, also provided fine entertainment in his innings of 46 and the crowd showed keen disappointment at his dismissal when just short of a well deserved half century.
Mark Divin gave a good display with the ball, conceding only fifteen runs from his seven overs. Most of the Country bowlers proved quite expensive. The fielding of the Country players was of good standard with some quite excellent displays throughout the game. The attendance for the day was estimated at being something near two thousand.
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