Duval High school under 14s cricket team convincingly defeated Glen Innes High in their clash at King George oval this week.
Duval High batted first and scored nine for 192.
Duval put together several good partnerships on their way to their winning total with no single batsman in total control against the Glen High bowling attack.
The pick of the bowlers for Glen Innes were Brayden Campion with 3 for 21 and Harry Cooke with 3 for 26.
Jacob Miller chipped in with 2 for 32 whilst Luke Mepham, Connor O’Brien and tried hard but went wicket-less.
Glen Innes High cricket coach Mark Cameron said he was disappointed with the result.
“We lost in fairly convincing fashion in trying conditions,” he said.
“We could not get a run of wickets to reduce their run rate and that is why we lost the match.
“No one fired with the bat and getting all out for 29 shows we have a lot of work to do in that area.”