MATT Turbill bagged a hat-trick for Beauy Bucheurs in an impressive Last Man Stands bowling spell on Sunday.
An off-spinning slower ball took the bails off for the hat-trick against Boundary Chasers in the last match of the day.
Bucheurs won by 46 runs.
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"I'm not that fast anymore, so it was an even slower, slower ball," Turbill said.
"Old mate went for a hack across the line, and it bowled him."
The two previous wickets were catches.
Other winners in division 1 on the day were Hit and Run, who beat Lumberjacks by 63 runs, and Photos For Mum, who were too good for Middle Stumped, winning by 13.
Now or Never beat Ump Yours by 43 runs in division 2.
Cuddle Koalas beat Duck Duck Gone by 10 runs in a close game, while No Limits were too good for Odd Bunch, winning by eight wickets.
Trouble Makers took the bite out of Lion Rangers, winning by 40 runs.
Cane Toads triumphed over Bats Both Ends, winning by three wickets.
Flaggy Baggies were far too good for Window Lickers, taking a 60-run win.
Organisers are looking for a fourth team to enter the junior competition.
Another kids team would take on Jimboomba Bushrangers, Greenbank Gorillas and Yarrabilba Canetoads.
Players must be aged between 12 and 15.
"The competition will get underway either on May 9 or 16," Turbill said.
If you are interested in fielding a team, phone Turbill on 0402 326 085.
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