Terranora Lakes batsman Josh Callegari is bowled by Tait Burns at Bilambil in a horror day for the home side.
Terranora Lakes batsman Josh Callegari is bowled by Tait Burns at Bilambil in a horror day for the home side. Scott Powick

Cudgen rock the hill men

THE meeting between Cudgen and Terranora Lakes was billed as a potentially explosive LJ Hooker League clash, but Terranora did little more than smoulder.

Cudgen has moved back to top of the league's ladder after scoring maximum bonus points in its nine-wicket one-day rout of Terranora.

Batting first at Bilambil, the home side could manage just 77 runs as Tait Burns (6-6) and Michael Anderson (3-18) ran riot.

Cudgen lost the wicket of only one man, Craig Wilson (22), as it chased down the winning runs in just 16 overs.

Jordyn Wilson (28no) and Burns (24no) barely raised a sweat as they compiled the winning runs.

All-rounder Burns has been phenomenal with the ball this year but has struggled with the bat, so he will welcome notching up his highest score of the year. Wilson's 28 was also his best effort with the bat this season.

Lakes opener Joe Clark (39) did provide some resistance, with help at times from Heath Wilson (10) and Luke Baker (5), but five other Terranora batsmen fell without scoring.



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