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RESULT
9th Match, Brisbane, October 12, 2014, Matador BBQs One-Day Cup
(45.1/50 ov, T:352) 257

Queensland won by 94 runs

Player Of The Match
115 (115)
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Report

Burns fires Queensland to bonus-point win

A century from Joe Burns capped off a fine batting display by Queensland, as they scored 351 for 4 on their way to routing South Australia by 94 runs in Brisbane to secure a bonus point

Queensland 4 for 351 (Burns 115, Forrest 98, Reardon 75*) beat South Australia 257 (Ferguson 98, George 5-39) by 94 runs
Scorecard
A century from Joe Burns capped off a fine batting display by Queensland, as they scored 4 for 351 on their way to routing South Australia by 94 runs in Brisbane and claiming a bonus point. Burns' 115, his second List-A hundred, was Queensland's top score in an innings which also included sparkling fifties from Peter Forrest and Nathan Reardon. After being put in to bat, Queensland lost Chris Hartley to a first-ball duck, but Burns combined with Usman Khawaja and Forrest for two big partnerships to lift the team above 200. Burns first added 75 for the second wicket with Khawaja, before sharing a 113-run stand in the company of Forrest.
Burns stroked 17 fours and two sixes during his knock and grew increasingly aggressive as the innings wore, taking 29 runs from eight consecutive deliveries off Travis Head and Adam Zampa. Burns was eventually caught behind off Shaun Tait in the 37th over, but Queensland did not slow down.
Forrest began cautiously but grew into the game and kept the score ticking with frequent singles. Reardon, at the other end, began launching the big hits right from the off. He blasted seven fours and six sixes during an unbeaten 35-ball 75, and punished Nicholas Winter for 22 runs in the 47th over. The pair added 133 in 78 balls to lift Queensland to a big total, but Forrest fell two short of a second List-A ton after being dismissed by Mark Cosgrove in the final over.
South Australia lost Cosgrove off the second ball of their chase, and while several batsmen made starts, none apart from Callum Ferguson batted long enough to threaten Queensland. Ferguson resisted with a 91-ball 98 which included 11 fours and a six, but once he was bowled by the seamer Peter George, Queensland ran through South Australia's tail. George finished with a career-best 5 for 39, which included four wickets in the space of nine deliveries, as South Australia were bundled out for 257 in 45.1 overs.

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