2014/15 Matador Bbq's One-day Cup

Ljp86

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So the Matador BBQ's One-Day cup begins today and Queensland have flogged Victoria in game two. The Vics were rolled for just 111 with the Queenslanders chasing that down with relative ease. Game one between New South Wales and South Australia is currently in progress.

Game One - Queensland vs Victoria at Gabba

Victoria 111 (38 overs)

Mark Steketee 4/29 (8)
Ben Cutting 3/13 (8)
Luke Feldman 2/25 (9)


Queensland 1/112 (21.2 overs)

Chris Hartley 46* (73)
Usman Khawaja 38 (47)


Result: Queensland won by nine wickets with 170 balls remaining
Points: Queensland 6, Victoria 0
Man of the Match: Mark Steketee (Queensland)
 
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Game Two - New South Wales vs South Australia at Allan Border Field, Brisbane

South Australia 244 (49.4 overs)

Callum Ferguson 82 (99)
Alex Ross 54 (88)
Johan Botha 41* (26)

Josh Hazlewood 7/36 (9.4)
Gurinder Sandhu 3/66 (10)


New South Wales 6/246 (48.1 overs)

Nic Maddinson 84 (54)
Kurtis Patterson 43 (60)

Travis Head 2/9 (3)
Adam Zampa 2/40 (8)


Result: New South Wales won by six wickets with 11 balls remaining
Points: New South Wales 4, South Australia 0
Man of the Match: Josh Hazlewood (New South Wales)



Game Three - Queensland vs New South Wales at Allan Border Field, Brisbane

Queensland 190 (42.3 overs)


Nathan Reardon 45 (76)
Usman Khawaja 43 (45)
James Hopes 39 (47)

Moises Henriques 3/28 (8)
Gurinder Sandhu 3/37 (9)
Josh Hazlewood 3/47 (8.3)


New South Wales 6/194 (47.3 overs)

Ben Rohrer 52 (59)
Peter Nevill 43 (85)
Ryan Carters 41* (53)

Jason Floros 2/32 (9)


Result: New South Wales won by four wickets with 15 balls remaining
Points: New South Wales 4, Queensland 0
Man of the Match: Peter Nevill (New South Wales)



Game Four - Victoria vs South Australia at Gabba (D/N)

South Australia 8/299 (50 overs)


Alex Ross 65 (58)
Johan Botha 61 (69)
Travis Head 52 (63)
Tim Ludeman 49* (35)

John Hastings 3/35 (10)
Marcus Stoinis 2/71 (10)


Victoria 6/302 (48.3 overs)

Cameron White 102* (101)
David Hussey 65 (41)
Rob Quiney 63 (77)

Johan Botha 2/41 (9.3)
Gary Putland 2/58 (9)

Result: Victoria won by four wickets with nine balls remaining
Points: Victoria 3.5, South Australia 0
Man of the Match: Cameron White (Victoria)


Note: Victoria docked half a point for slow over rate
 
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Game Five - South Australia vs Western Australia at Gabba

South Australia 147 (27.3 overs)

Trent Lawford 61 (44)
Tom Cooper 33 (44)

Joel Paris 3/34 (7)
Jason Behrendorff 3/38 (8)
Ashton Agar 2/18 (2.3)


Western Australia 7/150 (36.1 overs)

Marcus Harris 34 (35)
Ashton Agar 29* (51)

Adam Zampa 4/18 (10)
Shaun Tait 2/39 (10)


Result: Western Australia won by three wickets with 83 balls remaining
Points: Western Australia 5, South Australia 0
Man of the Match: Adam Zampa (South Australia)



Game Six - Tasmania vs Victoria at Allan Border Field, Brisbane

Tasmania 7/287 (50 overs)

Jonathan Wells 110* (95)
Evan Gulbis 63 (74)

Scott Boland 3/31 (9)
Clint McKay 2/58 (9)


Victoria 155 (29.2 overs)

Clint McKay 57 (49)
David Hussey 54 (55)

Sam Rainbird 5/29 (8.2)
Andrew Fekete 2/40 (7)
Hamish Kingston 2/45 (6)


Result: Tasmania won by 132 runs
Points: Tasmania 5, Victoria 0
Man of the Match: Jonathan Wells (Tasmania)



Game Seven - Queensland vs New South Wales at Gabba (D/N)

Queensland 243 (49.3 overs)

Simon Milenko 54 (49)
Chris Hartley 50 (100)
Usman Khawaja 37 (53)

Doug Bollinger 3/30 (9)
Pat Cummins 3/60 (10)
Josh Hazlewood 2/48 (9.3)


New South Wales 5/244 (49.3 overs)

Peter Nevill 74 (92)
Kurtis Patterson 50* (52)
Moises Henriques 36 (42)
Scott Henry 30 (65)

Peter George 3/30 (10)
Luke Feldman 2/38 (10)


Result: New South Wales won by five wickets with three balls remaining
Points: New South Wales 4, Queensland 0
Man of the Match: Doug Bollinger (New South Wales)
 
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Matador BBQ's One Day Cup Ladder

Code:
Teams              M  W  L  T N/R Pts  NetRR

New South Wales    3  3  -  -  -  12   +0.198
Queensland         3  1  2  -  -   6   +0.757
Tasmania           1  1  -  -  -   5   +2.640
Western Australia  1  1  -  -  -   5   +1.207
Victoria           3  1  2  -  -   3.5 -1.928
South Australia    3  -  3  -  -   -   -0.655
 

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Game Eight - Tasmania vs Western Australia at Gabba

Tasmania 62 (23.2 overs)

Joel Paris 4/13 (5)
Nathan Coulter-Nile 3/19 (6.2)
Jason Behrendorff 2/3 (5)


Western Australia 3/64 (15.1 overs)

Michael Klinger 28* (40)

Sam Rainbird 2/26 (7)


Result: Western Australia won by seven wickets with 209 balls remaining
Points: Western Australia 6, Tasmania 0
Man of the Match: Joel Paris (Western Australia)



Game Nine - Queensland vs South Australia at Allan Border Field, Brisbane

Queensland 4/351 (50 overs)

Joe Burns 115 (115)
Peter Forrest 98 (100)
Nathan Reardon 75* (35)
Usman Khawaja 34 (49)

Shaun Tait 2/62 (8)


South Australia 257 (45.1 overs)

Callum Ferguson 98 (91)
Travis Head 48 (41)
Tim Davey 33 (43)
Jake Lehmann 30 (51)

Peter George 5/39 (8)
Simon Milenkno 2/44 (7)


Result: Queensland won by 94 runs
Points: Queensland 5, South Australia 0
Man of the Match: Joe Burns (Queensland)



Game 10 - New South Wales vs Victoria at North Sydney Oval, Sydney

Victoria 293 (50 overs)

Cameron White 107 (84)
Marcus Stoinis 59 (50)
Rob Quiney 50 (64)
Daniel Christian 41 (46)

Doug Bollinger 4/78 (10)
Pat Cummins 3/52 (10)
Gurinder Sandhu 2/59 (10)


New South Wales 5/294 (47.5 overs)

Moises Henriques 131 (112)
Peter Nevill 73 (85)
Ben Rohrer 42* (48)


Result: New South Wales won by five wickets with 13 balls remaining
Points: New South Wales 4, Victoria 0
Man of the Match: Moises Henriques (New South Wales)
 

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Game 11 - Tasmania vs Western Australia at North Sydney Oval, Sydney

Western Australia 8/268 (50 overs)

Ashton Agar 64 (60)
Nathan Rimmington 55 (43)
Michael Klinger 42 (63)
Sam Whiteman 40 (57)

Evan Gulbis 3/45 (10)
Andrew Fekete 2/43 (10)
Sam Rainbird 2/76 (10)


Tasmania 240 (46.5 overs)

Ed Cowan 76 (79)
Jordan Silk 36 (49)

Joel Paris 3/50 (8.5)
Andrew Tye 3/55 (10)
Nathan Rimmington 2/34 (9)


Result: Western Australia won by 28 runs
Points: Western Australia 4, Tasmania 0
Man of the Match: Ashton Agar (Western Australia)
 

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Matador BBQ's One-Day Cup Ladder

Code:
Teams              P  W  L  T N/R Pts  NetRR

New South Wales    4  4  0  0  0  16   +0.217
Western Australia  3  3  0  0  0  15   +1.763
Queensland         4  2  2  0  0  11   +1.138
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Tasmania           3  1  2  0  0   5   -0.302
Victoria           4  1  3  0  0   3.5 -1.527
South Australia    4  0  4  0  0   0   -1.002
 

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Game 12 - Queensland vs Victoria at North Sydney Oval, Sydney

Queensland 5/372 (50 overs)

Chris Hartley 90 (82)
Usman Khawaja 85 (95)
Peter Forrest 67* (49)
Nathan Reardon 52 (27)
Joe Burns 42 (29)

Scott Boland 3/70 (10)


Victoria 256 (43.2 overs)

Peter Handscomb 72 (61)
Cameron White 50 (46)
Matthew Short 30 (30)

Ben Cutting 4/63 (9)
Simon Milenko 3/10 (3.2)
Cameron Boye 2/61 (10)


Result: Queensland won by 116 runs
Points: Queensland 5, Victoria 0
Man of the Match: Ben Cutting (Queensland)



Game 13 - South Australia vs Tasmania at Bankstown Oval, Sydney

Tasmania 1/22 (4 overs)


Result: No Result (Match abandoned due to inclement weather and wet outfield)
Points: South Australia 2, Tasmania 2
Man of the Match: N/A



Game 14 - New South Wales vs Western Australia at Blacktown Olympic Park Oval, Sydney (D/N)


Result: No result (Match abandoned without a ball bowled due to inclement weather and wet outfield)
Points: New South Wales 2, Western Australia 2
Man of the Match: N/A
 

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Game 15 - Western Australia vs South Australia at Bankstown Oval, Sydney

South Australia 8/215 (50 overs)

Callum Ferguson 82 (82)
Alex Ross 37 (59)

Nathan Coulter-Nile 4/32 (10)
Nathan Rimmington 2/43 (10)


Western Australia 6/216 (47.5 overs)

Adam Voges 55 (80)
Michael Klinger 37 (55)
Sam Whiteman 31 (50)
Marcus Harris 30 (41)

Gary Putland 3/46 (9)
Alex Gregory 2/39 (8)


Result: Western Australia won by four wickets with 13 balls remaining
Points: Western Australia 4, South Australia 0
Man of the Match: Nathan Coulter-Nile (Western Australia)



Game 16 - New South Wales vs Victoria at Blacktown Olympic Park Oval, Sydney (D/N)

Victoria 4/245 (50 overs)

David Hussey 58 (38)
Marcus Stoinis 57 (103)
Cameron White 53 (67)
Aaron Finch 32 (52)


New South Wales 6/243 (50 overs)

Ryan Carters 65 (66)
Kurtis Patterson 39 (62)
Ben Rohrer 38 (49)
Sean Abbott 31 (26)

Jon Holland 2/34 (10)


Result: Victoria won by two runs
Points: Victoria 4, New South Wales 0
Man of the Match: David Hussey (Victoria)
 

Ljp86

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Matador BBQ's One-Day Cup Ladder

Code:
Teams               M  W  L  T N/R Pts  NetRR

Western Australia   5  4  -  -  1  21   +1.359
New South Wales     6  4  1  -  1  18   +0.165
Queensland          5  3  2  -  -  16   +1.429
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Victoria            6  2  4  -  -   7.5 -1.407
Tasmania            4  1  2  -  1   7   -0.302
South Australia     6  -  5  -  1   2   -0.836

Each team plays seven games so Victoria and South Australia are out of contention for the finals. Tasmania can still make it but need to win two games (with at least one bonus point) but probably their last three and hope Queensland don't win any of their last two games.

New South Wales could drop out also but would need to seriously fall over to do so while Western Australia can mathematically drop out but are in a good position to go straight through to the final. 2 vs 3 play an elimination final with the winner progressing to the decider.

Only five games left and the weather is reasonable all week so we should see all five games get a result.
 

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Game 17 - Queensland vs Tasmania at North Sydney Oval, Sydney

Tasmania 1/398 (50 overs)

Ben Dunk 229* (157)
Tim Paine 125 (127)
George Bailey 33* (19)


Queensland 3/402 (47.2 overs)

Usman Khawaja 166 (110)
Chris Hartley 142 (120)
Joe Burns 48* (36)


Result: Queensland won by seven wickets with 16 balls remaining
Points: Queensland 4, Tasmania 0
Man of the Match: Ben Dunk (Tasmania)



Game 18 - Victoria vs Western Australia at Blacktown Olympic Park Oval, Sydney (D/N)

Victoria 213 (48.2 overs)

Marcus Stoinis 69 (89)
Matthew Wade 61 (80)
Cameron White 36 (53)

Nathan Coulter-Nile 5/26 (9.2)
Joel Paris 2/34 (9)
Nathan Rimmington 2/42 (9)


Western Australia 4/215 (49 overs)

Adam Voges 83* (99)
Marcus Harris 69 (86)
Ashton Turner 29* (32)

Jon Holland 3/39 (10)


Result: Western Australia won by six wickets by six balls remaining
Points: Western Australia 4, Victoria 0
Man of the Match: Nathan Coulter-Nile (Western Australia)



Game 19 - New South Wales vs Tasmania at Blacktown Olympic Park Oval, Sydney (D/N)

New South Wales 172 (49.3 overs)

Pat Cummins 38 (47)
Ryan Carters 38 (80)

Andrew Fekete 3/36 (10)
Xavier Doherty 2/25 (10)
Evan Gulbis 2/28 (9.3)


Tasmania 5/173 (28.5 overs)

Tim Paine 69 (66)
Ben Dunk 42 (50)

Pat Cummins 2/41 (6)
Gurinder Sandhu 2/44 (8)


Result: Tasmania won by five wickets with 127 balls remaining
Points: Tasmania 5, New South Wales 0
Man of the Match: Andrew Fekete (Tasmania)
 

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Game 20 - Tasmania vs South Australia at North Sydney Oval, Sydney

South Australia 295 (49.3 overs)

Tom Cooper 72 (69)
Andrew McDonald 53 (47)
Travis Head 44 (50)
Alex Ross 44 (60)

Hamish Kingston 3/50 (10)
Xavier Doherty 3/50 (10)
Evan Gulbis 3/61 (10)


Tasmania 9/258 (50 overs)

Ben Dunk 92 (115)
Jonathan Wells 71 (77)

Kane Richardson 4/48 (10)
Gary Putland 2/64 (10)


Result: South Australia won by 37 runs
Points: South Australia 4, Tasmania 0
Man of the Match: Tom Cooper (South Australia)



Game 21 - Western Australia vs Queensland at Bankstown Oval, Sydney

Queensland 7/266 (50 overs)

Usman Khawaja 120 (129)
Chris Hartley 64 (88)

Nathan Rimmington 4/43 (10)
Andrew Tye 2/52 (10)


Western Australia 4/265 (50 overs)

Craig Simmons 98 (111)
Michael Klinger 66 (82)
Marcus Harris 43 (54)


Result: Queensland won by one runs
Points: Queensland 4, Western Australia 0
Match: Usman Khawaja (Queensland)
 

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Final Matador BBQ's One-Day Cup Ladder

Code:
Teams              M  W  L  T N/R Pts  Net RR

Western Australia  7  5  1  -  1  25   +0.937
Queensland         7  5  2  -  -  24   +1.104
New South Wales    7  4  2  -  1  18   -0.224
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Tasmania           7  2  4  -  1  12   -0.080
Victoria           7  2  5  -  -   7.5 -1.207
South Australia    7  1  5  -  1   6   -0.570

Western Australia progressed straight through to the final whilst Queensland and New South Wales must play against each other in the Elimination Final.
 

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Elimination Final - New South Wales vs Queensland at Sydney Cricket Ground (D/N)

Queensland 8/225 (50 overs)

James Hopes 72 (96)
Ben Cutting 52 (68)
Peter Forrest 30 (33)

Sean Abbott 3/44 (7)
Josh Hazlewood 2/40 (10)
Gurinder Sandhu 2/52 (10)

New South Wales 8/229 (49.4 overs)

Peter Nevill 44 (60)
Kurtis Patterson 35 (53)
Shane Watson 34 (62)
Ben Rohrer 33 (44)
Pat Cummins 31 (21)

Jason Floros 2/27 (6)
Peter George 2/51 (10)


Result: New South Wales won by two wickets with two balls remaining
Points: New South Wales progress through to Matador BBQ's One-Day Cup Final
Man of the Match: James Hopes (Queensland)
 
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Final - New South Wales vs Western Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground (D/N)

Wetsern Australia 6/255 (50 overs)

Michael Klinger 96 (122)
Craig Simmons 47 (71)
Adam Voges 40 (58)
Marcus Harris 33 (22)

Gurinder Sandhu 2/38 (10)
Doug Bollinger 2/46 (7)



New South Wales 191 (44.1 overs)

Shane Watson 83 (100)
Kurtis Patterson 44 (71)

Jason Behrendorff 5/27 (8.1)
Nathan Rimmington 2/41 (9)


Result: Western Australia won by 64 runs
Points: Western Australia won the 2014/15 Matador BBQ's One-Day Cup
Man of the Match: Michael Klinger (Western Australia)
Player of the Tournament: Cameron White (Victoria)
 
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Ljp86

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So Western Australia have won the Matador BBQ's One-Day Cup for 2014/15, their first one-day domestic competition win since 2003/04. The Warriors only lost one game for the entire tournament and have certainly turned things around in this form of the game after finishing last in the two previous editions of the series. It's the first time a team has gone from last to first in one season since New South Wales in 2005/06 after finishing on the bottom the season previously. Funnily enough 2005/06 was the last time the Blues' won the domestic one-day competition.

Overall, WA's victory was their 12th one-day domestic competition title, the most of any state. They've also finished runners up 10 times for a total of 22 finals in the 45 times the cup has been contested, quite a remarkable record. That's a final played every two seasons which is a very good strike rate.

With the one-day competition over attention now turns to the Sheffield Shield and the Big Bash League which begins in around six weeks time.

Congratulations to the Alcohol. Think Again Western Australia Warriors for winning the 2014/15 Matador BBQ's One-day Cup!!
 

Brian Lara

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Klinger, Agar - Victorian ;)

Have to admit. WA has the best colours of the lot.

This comp gets potted with this format. It's used to diminish cricket's relevance. But you know, I've actually watched more of these last to tournament, than I had seen for years. The only things that annoys me about it. I went to the Vic/Qld final early last year, and said to myself that I was going to go to more games next summer. They then condense it into a little tournament, with no games at the G. Shame.
 
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