Aaron Vietheer swings his bat on the way to 79 in the washed out game.
Aaron Vietheer swings his bat on the way to 79 in the washed out game. Shannon Newley

Battle on for last spot in A-grade

CAMERON Peterson scored his first century in Warwick cricket in a Colts victory against Inglewood on Saturday at the Macintyre Sports Complex.

Colts travelled to Inglewood desperate for a win to secure fourth place in a competition which will be split into A and reserve grades after round 14 on February 4-5.

Peterson hit 129 in the Colts score of 3-230 after the game was reduced to 30 overs a side following early afternoon rain.

Brendan Iles offered best support with an unbeaten 55.

Inglewood was bowled out for 97 which ensured Colts received double bonus points for the win.

The victory puts Colts into fourth spot behind Maryvale, Diggers and Wheatvale. Allora has slipped back to fifth and has two games to go compared to one by Colts in the battle for fourth.

The composition of A-grade could be determined by the round 14 game when Allora hosts Colts on February 4.

The bottom three teams will play off for the reserve-grade trophy.


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