Third LMS Twenty20 season welcomes new teams

THE Twenty20 Last Man Standing Series returned to Glenlogan Park for a third season over the weekend.

GOOD BATTING: No Limits batsman Keith Ford scored his fourth half century in six matches.

GOOD BATTING: No Limits batsman Keith Ford scored his fourth half century in six matches.

Jimby Crickets went out to bat first and scored 2-160 against No Limits in game one.

Key batsmen included Gavin Madusara (50) and Phil Walsh (50).

In reply, No Limits fell short with 5-116.

Top batsman Keith Ford scored 53 runs from 36 balls.

In game two, new team Purple People Eaters went out to bat against Duck Duck Gone and scored 4-163.

Ash Brown (53) and Jason Hart (50) were the top scorers.

Duck Duck Gone failed to get the upper hand and were all out for 123 after 18 overs.

Only Matt Turbill, with 58 runs from 28 balls, made an impact for Duck Duck Gone as bowlers Phil Walsh (3-9), Daniel Pigram (2-6) did the damage for Purple People Eaters,

Game three pitted Beaudesert Select against the Beauy Bucheurs.

Beaudesert Select scored 4-148 from 20 overs but it was not enough to hold back the Bucheurs who chased down the total with three overs to spare and a score of 1-152.

Josh Graham (52) and Jason Hart (51) put Beaudesert Select in a respectable total while Sam Matthews (51) and Steven Muggeridge (52) were the top scorers for the Bucheurs.

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