Cricket: Caloundra lead Glasshouse at stumps on day 2 of 2010 Sunshine Coast, Queensland division one grand final
Monday, March 22, 2010
Caloundra lead Glasshouse by 153 runs at stumps on day two of the 2010 Sunshine Coast, Australia division one cricket grand final.
"I think the nerves of a grand final gets to you too. It’s a totally different game. You try and put it in the back of your mind but it’s still there,” Glasshouse captain Brett Milini said.
Caloundra were all out in their first inning for 193. In reply, Glasshouse could only manage 100.
“I thought it (bowling) was terrific. I thought 250 was a par score and I thought we were in with a big chance,” Milini said. "If we were good enough, we should have got that pretty easy but we didn’t bat well today."
Caloundra rounded out day two at six out for fifty seven, leaving Glasshouse an outside chance of snatching the championship.
“We’ve given ourselves another chance but if we bat like we did in the first innings, we’re already gone,” he said. “It should be a real good game, it’s interesting cricket.”
In lower grades
- Buderim lead Maroochydore by 16 on first innings in the third A division
- Yandina effectively batted out the lower place Buderim side in the northern fourth division
- The fifth division limited overs grand final in dispute.
Results for the second division, third B division, southern fourth division and fifth division traditional grand finals have not been accessible to Wikinews as of this report
- Travis Meyn. "Caloundra wins Coast cricket final" — , March 22, 2010