Quick-fire half centuries to Jason Hart, Joshua Graham and Keith Ford have headlined a high-scoring weekend in the Beaudesert Last Man Standing Twenty20 competition.
Jimby Crickets opened the weekend's fixtures with a close win over Hit and Run.
After scoring 186 from their 20 overs, Hit and Run would have been forgiven for thinking they would win without breaking a sweat.
But impressive innings from Max Harkin (50) and Lucky Singh (44) were dwarfed by big-hitter Jason Hart, who scored 54 at a rate of knots alongside Jason McNamee (51) to see Jimby Crickets home with four balls to spare in a nail-biter.
The first match of the afternoon set the tone for the day's remaining games, where fours and sixes flowed and big hitters reigned supreme.
Duck Duck Gone were the exception, limping to 8/112 from 19 overs against Grip it and Rip it.
Craig Stace (48) was the only man to get going in an innings that was dominated by opposition bowlers Joshua Graham (2/20), Braedon Lose (2/13) and Phil Myors (2/21).
In reply Grip it and Rip it took just 6.2 overs to chase down the 113 runs required for victory thanks to Graham, who backed-up his bowling efforts with 53 from 14 deliveries to earn man of the match honours.
The final game between Beauy Bucheurs and No Limits was perhaps the most entertaining of the day.
The Beauy Bucheurs piled on the pain during a horror day for bowlers, scoring 206 from 20 overs and losing just four wickets along the way.
Daniel Lake was the star for Beauy, scoring a half century from 20 deliveries to push the total beyond 200 - an innings which proved crucial at the back-end of the game.
No Limits entered their innings at long odds, requiring greater than a run a ball to secure victory.
They gave the run chase a good shake but fell three runs short despite a man of the match performance from Keith Ford, who scored 92 from 37 deliveries alongside Sandro Santo (61).
Lake backed up his match-winning efforts with the bat to claim 3/32.
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