Promising signs for Hornets in future higher grade cricket

IPSWICH Logan Hornets end their QCA season on the Gold Coast.

A win could move them back to ninth and their best finish since joining the Brisbane competition.

Although the Hornets were disappointed with the end result against Toombul, it's great to see Ipswich Logan knock up another 300 plus score.

Dan Wilson cracked his second century since the Christmas break.

Nick De Giusti's career continues to rise with an 86.

However, the best news of the game was the performance of young chinaman spinner Jack Wood.

In just his second Brisbane first grade game, he returned the figures of 3/121 off 28 overs.

He was underage junior representative for Queensland under 17s so has always had the potential.

Wood played first grade at Laidley between 2011-14.



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