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Queensland Country v Indians
India in Australia 1947/48
VenueSlade Park, Warwick on 6th, 8th December 1947 (2-day match)
Balls per over8
TossIndians won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
UmpiresEW Burke, JR McMenamin
Close of play day 1Indians (1) 333 all out

Indians first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
MS Ranvirsinhjic Campbell b Webb14      
+PK Senb Cockburn5      
Gul Mohammadb Warrener3      
*VS Hazarec Watt b Warrener48      
HR Adhikaric Reid b Williams70      
G Kishenchandnot out75      
K Rai Singhc Reid b Webb32      
DG Phadkarlbw b Laimer14      
Amir Elahib Watt2      
CS Nayuduc Allen b Cockburn59      
CR Rangacharic Reid b Warrener0      
Extras(11 b)11
Total(all out, 330 minutes, 89.4 overs)333
Fall of wickets:
1-5 (Ranvirsinhji), 2-12 (Gul Mohammad), 3-38 (Sen), 4-109 (Hazare), 5-172 (Adhikari), 6-211 (Rai Singh), 7-242 (Phadkar), 8-245 (Amir Elahi), 9-332 (Nayudu), 10-333 (Rangachari, 89.4 ov)
Queensland Country bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Cockburn19   5312--
Warrener19.42493--
Webb9   1422--
Watt17   01001--
Williams19   2681--
Allen2   0190--
Laimer4   0131--

Queensland Country first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
WA Webbb Phadkar0      
KJ Laimerc Sen b Phadkar4      
JG Maddernb Phadkar5      
D Wattlbw b Phadkar0      
*T Allenc Rai Singh b Amir Elahi54      
KS Campbellb Amir Elahi23      
N Wrightc Phadkar b Nayudu25      
JSD Cockburnc Ranvirsinhji b Nayudu11      
+AW Reidnot out8      
AW Warrenernot out3      
J Williamsdid not bat      
Extras(5 b, 5 lb, 2 nb)12
Total(8 wickets, 42.2 overs)145
Fall of wickets:
1-0 (Webb), 2-11 (Laimer), 3-11 (Watt), 4-13 (Maddern), 5-64 (Campbell), 6-117 (Allen), 7-123 (Wright), 8-134 (Cockburn)
Indians bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Phadkar9   3234-2
Rangachari5   1180--
Ranvirsinhji2   050--
Amir Elahi16   3532--
Nayudu10.20342--

Twelfth men: JG Pike (Queensland Country), SW Sohoni (India)
In the course of the Queensland Country innings PK Sen was injured and Rai Singh took over the duties of wicket keeper.
On the second day rain interrupted play at 3.13 p.m. Play was about to resume at 4.15 p.m when further rain fell and the match was concluded at that point.

 

 

 

 

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