Australian, The – The Gold Coast Dolphins remain in the hunt for their first win of the Queensland Premier Cricket season heading into day two of their clash with Valleys this Saturday.

Summary

  • The Gold Coast Dolphins remain in the hunt for their first win of the Queensland Premier Cricket season heading into day two of their clash with Valleys this Saturday.
  • After two losses and a draw in their one-day fixtures, the Dolphins visited the Diehards’ Peter Easton Oval on Saturday, posting 229 from 65.3 overs.
  • After slumping to 4-45, the Dolphins were dug out of the mire by Liam Hope-Shackley (55), wicketkeeper Lewin Maladay (52) and teenage star Hugo Burdon (27).
  • Hope-Shackley’s 81-ball knock included eight boundaries, while Maladay hit 10 in his 53-ball stay.
  • Valleys’ Christopher Knight took 4-47 off 15 overs.Hope-Shackley (2-31) then brought the Dolphins back into the contest with the wickets of openers Josh Dascombe and Jack Beath late in the day.

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