The Queensland Bulls squad wicket-keeper added another century on the weekend to take his aggregate to 440 runs from three games at an average of 146.

His 142 out of a total of 248 for Valley was not enough to earn victory for his side against Redlands at Peter Easton Oval, with fellow Bulls 'keeper Jimmy Peirson hitting a confident 102 and Liam Smith a clean-striking 69 from 66 balls as the Tigers finished 8-287. Andrew Gode (4-42) was the pick for Valley with the ball.

There were a string of strong batting efforts from the weekend, as qualifying Finals spots were confirmed.

Test opener Joe Burns was composed to finish 82 not out as the Vikings (5-150) overcame Gold Coast (147) which battled to strike a dominant batting partnership against the likes of Connor Sully (3-19) and Nathan McSweeney (3-9).

An impressive 92 from young Wynnum-Manly opener Jed Wilson and 75 from allrounder Grayson Jones lifted the Sea Eagles (8-303) to a morale-boosting win over University of Queensland (9-294). The Students had another fine return from Bulls rookie contracted batsman Jack Clayton (109) and former Queensland batsman Scott Henry (86) but allrounder Cameron Trask (4-36) produced a fine showing with the ball.

A stirring century from Sandgate-Redcliffe's Corey Barsby (101) and equally impressive 97 from Adrian Lascu helped the Gators to 295, but a super captain's knock from Anthony Wilson meant Ipswich/Logan got the chocolates. Wilson finished 150 not out as the Hornets scored 5-299.

An inspiring effort from Sunshine Coast allrounder Alecz Day was enough to land the Scorchers the points against South Brisbane. Day continued his fightback from a serious health issue, blazing 76 from 47 balls for the home side as they chased down Souths total to score 4-191 from just 23.4 overs. He had earlier picked up 2-35 with the ball as the visitors were held to 189, with Brendan Faber (52) and Gurinder Sandhu (48) leading the scoring.

Half centuries to Nick McGill (52), Preston White (57) and Matt Renshaw (63) helped Toombul to a competitive 248 against defending title holders Wests. Despite a dashing 79 from opener Brendan Smith, Wests were dismissed for 242.

Check out some of the one-day and Katherine Raymont Shield highlights from 'That's Stumps', the weekly Premier Cricket highlights show.

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The Katherine Raymont Shield women's competition featured a dynamic century from Gold Coast Dolphins and Queensland Indigenous allrounder Carly Fuller who hit 111 as her side defeated Ipswich/Logan in a high-scoring affair.

Competition newcomers Wynnum-Manly/Redlands, in their second season, and Sunshine Coast, playing their first game after their opening match was washed out, got great value for money with a thrilling tie.

Other impressive efforts came from Wests' Ryleigh Wotherspoon (72no) as her side defeated University of Queensland, with Laura Harris (89 off 71 balls) top-scoring for Uni.

Sandgate-Redcliffe (9-202) overcame Valley (184)  with Georgia Voll top-scoring for the Gators with 74. A half century to her Queensland Fire and WBBL Brisbane Heat teammate Mikayla Wrigley (59) was the top-score for Valley.

This weekend sees the beginning of the two-day format for the men, with the first day of red ball cricket on Saturday. The Qualifying Finals of the Kookaburra One Day competition will be held from 9.30am on Sunday.

One Day Finals, Sunday:

Redlands   v  Sunshine Coast, Peter Burge Oval

Gold Coast   v  Western Suburbs, Bill Pippen Oval

Valley   v  Ipswich/Logan, Peter Easton Oval

Northern Suburbs   v  Toombul Graceville Memorial Park (Oval 1)

All games can be followed through the Premier Cricket Match Centre