News – AU – Khawaja, Stanlake give Queensland a winning start


Billy Stanlake’s four-wicket move was followed by a fine blow from skipper Usman Khawaja worth 93 runs, which helped Queensland kick off its domestic one- Day Cup campaign with a win over four wickets against Tasmania on Monday (22 February) After Queensland restricted Tasmania to 237 at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart, it achieved the goal of saving 22 overs

A 53-run opening stand set up the chase for Queensland well, but they were in a tough spot when Sam Heazlett and Marnus Labuschagne fell after useful starts, Matt Renshaw also went into double digits before becoming the next wicket to the fell when Queensland slipped to 107 for 3 and the Tasmanian pacemakers periodically stopped

Khawaja led Queensland’s recovery with his measured knock, finding support from Joe Burns in a fourth wicket stand with 87 runs. Nathan Ellis then struck twice and sacked both Burns and Khawaja when Tasmania attempted a late fight against Jimmy Peirson and Jack Wildermuth helped their team closer to the goal, with the former remaining undefeated when Mark Steketee scored the winning run

Tasmania had gotten off to a steady start earlier with Tim Paine and Caleb Jewell pitching an opening booth with 55 runs.But an excellent saying from Stanlake sliced ​​Tasmania’s top order and made them fight for 4 at 97. It soon turned 143 for 7 when Xavier Bartlett and Matthew Kuhnemann continued to exert pressure and left the Tasmanian middle class no breathing space

Jordan Silk, meanwhile, was fighting a lonely fight on the other end and he finally got support, with Ellis helping him on a 50-run stand for the eighth wicket. Kuhnemann was responsible for hiring batsmen in quick succession, causing a surge in death toll from Tasmania A handy 27 from Jackson Bird gave the Tasmanian bowlers a fight sum, but not enough in the end

Short results: Tasmania 237 in 495 overs (Jordan Silk 77, Caleb Jewell 36; Billy Stanlake 4-24, Matthew Kuhnemann 3-47) lost to Queensland 238/6 in 474 overs (Usman Khawaja 93, Joe Burns 36; Nathan Ellis 3-39) of 4 wickets

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News – AU – Khawaja, Stanlake enter Queensland at the winning start
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