Stars of the cricket comp
Mick Warburton, Tintenbar-East Ballina
FILLING in nicely after coming back into the side to bat in the middle order.
He scored 41 against Lennox Head at the weekend and could have gone on to make a half century if he did not have to push for quick runs.
All-rounder Brett Crawford was also in superb form at the weekend before he was dismissed for 62.
A HANDY contribution of 35 from opening bat before Travis Clarke and Tranan Burvill kept the scoreboard ticking over in the middle order.
Lindsay has not been bowling many overs this season but took a flurry of wickets late in the game to ensure his side got the win.
CAN still score plenty of runs when settled at the crease and produced a match-winning 109 against Casino at the weekend.
If the Bears can get more runs out of the top order they could be a force in the semi-finals.
A FOUR-wicket haul led his side to second innings points over Alstonville.
Mitchell has now taken 30 wickets this season and is only one behind the competition's leading wicket-taker Ryan McCloy.
Caleb Ziebell, Cudgen
STARTED the weekend in style with a brilliant 139 when his side had a comfortable win over Pottsville in the Tweed derby on Saturday.
He was also at the crease for the winning runs in the one-day final against Tintenbar-East Ballina at Reg Dalton Oval on Sunday.
Ziebell has now scored 657 runs and taken 14 wickets this season.
James Julius, Cudgen
PLENTY of big game experience and was the pick of the bowlers with four wickets in the one-day final.
Julius is one of the best fast bowlers in the competition and a standout for Tweed at representative level this season.
Tait Burns, Cudgen
BACK-to-back half centuries and was not out on 30 in the one-day final.
The Cudgen side is spoiled for choice with its batting and still has the likes of Alec Williams and Doug Potter who score plenty of runs in the middle.