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Grand Finals For Masters
Date of Event : Sat Jun 2, 2018 9:15AM

Following a huge day of Semi and Preliminary Final action yesterday, the stage has been set for today’s four Grand Finals, as teams compete for the 2018 Masters Indoor Championships. Across the four divisions, Queensland have teams featured in three divisions, whilst New South Wales have teams in two divisions. 

 

All Grand Final matches will be live streamed via the Cricket Australia Indoor Facebook page, and www.indoor.cricket.com.au. 

 

 

35 & Over Grand Final 

 

Queensland v New South Wales 

 

With their victory over New South Wales in the Major Semi Final yesterday morning, Queensland are the sole side to reach a Grand Final in this years’ championships without losing a game. 

 

Having placed second on the overall ladder for the 35 & Over division, New South Wales have dropped three games in the tournament thus far. Remarkably, all three of New South Wales’ losses have come against Queensland, including yesterday’s Major Semi Final. 

Here’s all you need to know: 

 

Time: 2:15pm 
Venue: Lords Court, Bouncer Sports Centre 

 

Meetings in 2018:

Sunday 27th May: QLD (91) def NSW (53) 
Monday 28th May: QLD (74) def NSW (56) 
Friday 1st June: QLD (109) def NSW (84)

 

Players to watch: 

 

Queensland

 

Brendan Kleidon – 122 runs & 11 wickets 
Kevin Borchert – 108 runs & 13 wickets 

 

New South Wales

 

Brett Collison – 130 runs
Ruan Pieters – 11 wickets 
Adam Britt – 11 wickets 

 

For more information on teams, players and statistics, visit the 'National Championships section' via www.indoor.cricket.com.au.

 

40 & Over Grand Final

 

ACT v Queensland

 

With a classy victory over Queensland in the Major Semi Final early yesterday morning, the ACT progressed into today’s Grand Final with ease. 

 

As a result of their loss, Queensland were sent to a Preliminary final last night, and convincingly defeated New South Wales. 

 

Here’s all you need to know: 

 

Time: 12:00pm 
Venue: Lords Court, Bouncer Sports Centre 

 

Meetings in 2018:

Sunday 27th May: ACT (77) def by QLD (85) 
Wednesday 30th May: ACT (63) def QLD (53)
Saturday 1st June: ACT (85) def QLD (24)

 

Players to watch: 

 

ACT

 

Alex Kwong – 20 wickets 
Vinesh Bennett – 168 runs 
Jason Hays – 149 runs & 16 wickets 

 

Queensland

 

Scott Rainbow – 138 runs & 15 wickets 
Stewart James – 142 runs & 12 wickets 
Eric Petersen – 150 runs & 7 wickets 

 

For more information on teams, players and statistics, visit the 'National Championships section' via www.indoor.cricket.com.au.




45 & Over Grand Final 

 

New South Wales v Western Australia 

 
In a remarkable victory over ladder leaders Western Australia yesterday morning, New South Wales saved their legs and progressed into today’s Grand Final. 

 

Despite finishing as championship favourites, Western Australia found themselves playing two finals in one day, and narrowly defeated North Queensland in the Preliminary Final yesterday evening. 

 

Here’s all you need to know:

 

Time: 2:15pm
Venue: WACA Court, Bouncer Indoor Sports 

 

Meetings in 2018:

Sunday 27th May: NSW (91) def WA (72) 
Tuesday 29th May: NSW (72) def by WA (85) 
Friday 1st June: WA (63) def by NSW (63) 

 

Players to watch: 

 

New South Wales 

 

Peter Bastow – 126 runs @ 15.75 & 10 wickets @ 1.25 
David Stanton – 104 runs @ 14.86 & 9 wickets @ 1.29

 

Western Australia

 

Paul Wilson – 110 runs & 10 wickets  
Rod Sammut – 95 runs & 10 wickets 

 

For more information on teams, players and statistics, visit the 'National Championships section' via www.indoor.cricket.com.au.




50 & Over Grand Final 

 

North Queensland v Queensland 

 

In a major upset in yesterday’s Major Semi-Final, North Queensland were victors over the (then) undefeated Queensland to book their place in today’s Grand final. 

 

With the loss, Queensland were sent to a Preliminary Final against New South Wales last night, where they won convincingly despite early concerns.

 

Now, the two sides representing Queensland find themselves playing off for the 2018, 50 & Over title. 

 

Here’s all you need to know: 

 

Time: 12:00pm 
Venue: WACA Court, Bouncer Sports Centre 

 

Meetings in 2018:

Tuesday 29th May: QLD (103) defeated NQ (74) 
Friday 1st June: NQ (105) defeated QLD (102)

 

Players to watch: 

 

North Queensland

 

Barry Morrison – 124 runs & 12 wickets  
Wayne Glase – 101 runs & 10 wickets 
Colin O’Brien – 87 runs & 10 wickets 

 

Queensland

 

Darren Woodman – 119 runs & 9 wickets 
Edwad Marriner – 89 runs & 10 wickets 

 

For more information on teams, players and statistics, visit the 'National Championships section' via www.indoor.cricket.com.au.



Last updated: Saturday June 2, 2018 9:42AM