Caloundra win Sunshine Coast, Australia cricket grand final
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Caloundra has won the Sunshine Coast, Australia cricket premiership after the grand final was drawn. Caloundra batted first, setting Glasshouse 212 to win outright.
"We had alot to lose and they had alot to gain," Caloundra captain Rod Gibbs said.
Back in January Caloundra defeated Glasshouse in the limited overs final.
"It was a great game of cricket. Three days, 40 wickets (sic) and in the end two runs decided it," said Gibbs.
Caloundra resumed at six for fifty seven - a lead of 153. They only managed another fifty eight runs. This set Glasshouse aa target of 212 to win.
Going into the last over, Glasshouse needed four runs with one wicket in hand. They only managed a single. The match ended with a draw (not to be confused with a tie).
In lower grades;
- Maroochydore drew with Glasshouse after leading on first innings
- Buderim tied with Maroochydore in the Third A Division after leading on first innings
- Yandina defeated Buderim in the Northern Fourth Division
- Landsborough Maroon defeated Stanley Rivers outright after trailing on first innings in the Southern Division Four
- Kenilworth defeated Caboulture outright after trailing on first innings in the Divison Five (traditional)
- the Fifth Division (limited overs) grand final was resolved with Maleny defeating Palmwoods Red.
- Travis Meyn. "Spoils to Caloundra in grand final" — , March 29, 2010