Bulls suc­ceed in just seven overs

Central and North Burnett Times - - SPORT -

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.

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