Bulls succeed in just seven overs
CRICKET: The Gayndah Bulls proved victorious against the Mundubbera Stingers at the weekend, surpassing a score of 82 not out.
The Twenty20 competition started recently with Mundubbera hosting its first game of the season and it didn’t end well for the home team.
The Stingers managed to get out on 82 runs and the Bulls passed the score in just seven overs.
Stingers captain Ross Schulte said it was a pretty disappointing game for the season and hopes the team can find some motivation before the next match against the Rebels on November 18.
“It was a little disappointing how we played on Saturday,” Schulte said.
“We just didn’t score enough runs, although one positive was that everyone got a bat, but were dismissed in 14 overs from the 20/20.”
Schulte paid complements to two Bulls players who managed to get three wickets.
“They got the ball to move around a lot which caused problems for the Stingers,” he said.
The Stingers have a bit of work to do before the next game on November 18.
“We will have to work more on our batting and fielding to be competitive during the season,” Schulte said.
Bulls cricketer Brent Chambers said his team played well.
“We played a good game of cricket, obviously we got some wickets early on in the game which put them on the back foot,” Chambers said.
FACE OFF: The Mundubbera Stingers having a run against the Gayndah Bulls.