Queensland Country v Victoria Country
National Country Cricket Championships 1988/89
VenueRecreation Reserve, Bunbury on 10th, 11th January 1989 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossVictoria Country won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
PointsQueensland Country 3.88 (Batting 1.38, Bowling 2.5); Victoria Country 14.84 (Batting 2.34, Bowling 2.5)
UmpiresR Gates, T Polich
ScorersCA Bull (Victoria Country), LC White (Queensland Country)
Close of play day 1Victoria Country (1) 234 all out

Victoria Country first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GS Phillipsc Staff b Hogan55     
RJ Schultzc Schulte b Dennis29     
+BD Salmonc Breen b Drinkwater5     
WJ Walshc Breen b Maben28     
R Bedfordb Maben24     
ND Tattersonc Breen b Hogan15     
PA Tossolc Breen b Dennis3     
*GD Banksb Dennis0     
S Johnsonnot out27     
SA Lalorc Drinkwater b Dennis10     
DF Bensonrun out12     
Extras(7 b, 9 lb, 9 nb, 1 w)26
Total(all out, 105.5 overs)234
Fall of wickets:
1-66 (Schultz), 2-79 (Salmon), 3-116 (Phillips), 4-158 (Walsh), 5-165 (Bedford), 6-180 (Tossol), 7-180 (Banks), 8-184 (Tatterson), 9-197 (Lalor), 10-234 (Benson)
Queensland Country bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Drinkwater27   6571--
Hogan27   463219
Dennis22   6374--
Maben25   6492--

Queensland Country first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
RT Staff hit wkt b Benson3     
WW Londonlbw b Banks0     
TG Oliverc Salmon b Benson48     
LD Masonc and b Phillips55     
*LJ Schultec Lalor b Benson0     
GJ Robertsc and b Phillips6     
+WG Breenb Benson5     
RW Mabenc Tossol b Banks1     
GG Hoganc and b Phillips4     
RJ Dennislbw b Tossol3     
BH Drinkwaternot out5     
Extras(3 b, 1 lb, 4 nb)8
Total(all out, 72.2 overs)138
Fall of wickets:
1-0 (London), 2-13 (Staff), 3-110 (Oliver), 4-110 (Schulte), 5-112 (Mason), 6-121, 7-123, 8-127, 9-129, 10-138 (72.2 ov)
Victoria Country bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Benson27   13384-1
Banks9   4292-1
Johnson9   1180--
Lalor4   190--
Phillips16   9123-1

Match notes
Queensland were well on target for victory when rain interrupted play. The covers were locked away and there was no key available. When play resumed Queensland batted on a quite damp wicket that gave the bowlers plenty of assistance, leaving Queensland with little hope of achieving the required runs. The final wicket fell in the last over but one of the reduced overs of the innings.





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