After scoring 70 against Tasmania Lynn powered his way to 106 off 71 balls with the help of eight fours and eight sixes striking at 149.29
After scoring 70 against Tasmania Lynn powered his way to 106 off 71 balls with the help of eight fours and eight sixes striking at 149.29

Queensland put on a solid show with the bat to take their first win in three matches in the JLT One-Day Cup overhauling South Australia’s 280 in just 35.5 overs at Sydney on Tuesday.

After scoring 70 against Tasmania, Chris Lynn powered his way to 106 off 71 balls with the help of eight fours and eight sixes striking at 149.29. Opener Max Bryant and Sam Heazlett had got Queensland off to a good starting combining for 106 runs in just 10.4 overs.

Bryant 19, become his state’s fastest one-day half-centurion en route to hitting 23-ball fifty. He eventually fell for 71 from 31 with 68 runs coming in boundaries courtesy six sixes and eight fours.

Hazlett then got together with Lynn for a stand of 93 runs before falling to wrist spinner Adam Zampa for 80 off 78 deliveries. Zamap then removed Charlie Hemphrey for 16 to finish with three wickets in the match as Queensland reached the target with seven wickets in hand.

Earlier, after being put in to bat, South Australia had a horrid start losing three wickets for just 46 on the board. Middle-order batsman Tom Cooper then revived South Australia with a stand of 43 runs with Wicketkeeper batsman and opener Alex Carey before Carey departed for 42 to Matthew Kuhnemann.

South Australia were dented further losing three wickets in quick succession before Cooper found company in No.9 Zampa who made 32. Cooper combined for a stand of 66 with Zampa en route to scoring 139 off 134 balls, helping his team to 280, which eventually proved to be little against Queensland’s batting prowess.

For Queensland, Bill Stanlake returned 3 for 36 while Xavier Bartlett recorded 3 for 43. Kuhnermann picked two while Mitchell Swepson and Mark Steketee claimed one each.

Brief Scores: Queensland 281/3 (Chris Lynn 106*, Sam Heazlett 80; Adam Zampa 3/58) beat South Australia 280 (Tom Cooper 139, Alex Carey 42; Bill Stanlake 3.36) by seven wickets.