FOUR FOR: Jason Seng did his bit with the ball with 4-24, but the batsmen failed to fire.
FOUR FOR: Jason Seng did his bit with the ball with 4-24, but the batsmen failed to fire. Paul Braven GLA210315CRICKET

The Glen outclassed by 90 runs

CRICKET: The Glen were crushed by a rampant Frenchville in the final round of the Capricorn Challenge on Saturday.

The visitors batted first on the Sun Valley track and were bowled out for 184 from the allotted 40 overs.

Frenchville's Jason Wells and Callum McMahon, who made 33 and 32 runs respectively.

The Glen's Jason Seng was the pick of the bowlers with 4-24 in his return to the side while Will Lamont chimed in with 2-32.

Chad Gilmour and captain David Heymer also bowled economically off their collective 16 overs conceding just 65 runs while Heymer removed Brent Hartley for just three runs.

The Glen were well and truly in the hunt , but the batsmen failed as Logan Whitfield and in-form Joe McGahan helped themselves to seven wickets.

Aside from wicket-keeper batsman Glen Stanton-Cook, with 28 runs, and Benn Richardson (17) along with Heymer's 16, the rest of The Glen's batsmen offered little resistance.

McGahan removed Seng for no score and Matt Lait and Damien Levett also made ducks when they became Whitfield's third and fourth victims.

Whitfield snared 4-7 from 5.5 overs and McGahan took 3-23 from five to dismiss The Glen out for 94.

The Glen take on BITS on January 21 in the first round of the Gladstone season commences.

The Glen will sit two wins behind BITS because the points gained throughout the Capricicorn Challenge format will carry through to the respective competitions here and in Rockhampton.