Lynn was at his big-hitting belligerent best for Toombul, with his stunning knock in their second match of the day against Sunshine Coast at Ken Mackay Oval.

He belted 20 sixes in his 55-ball innings, finishing with a monster score of 154 coming at a strike-rate of 280.

With a willing foil in Matt Renshaw, who produced a smooth 95 in the morning game for Toombul, the pair put on a stand of 149 as his team amassed a huge total of 6-266.

The Scorchers did not go down without a fight though, with allrounder Blake Maher channelling some of the treatment he copped in the bowling innings with a stirring 109 from just 43 balls, featuring 12 fours and seven sixes, as the Sunshine Coast made 7-248.

The other high-scoring clash came down to a last-ball win to Redlands, as the Tigers successfully chased Norths sizable total of 5-228. The Vikings put a decent score on the table thanks to big-hitting opener Josh Brown who belted 128 from a mere 57 balls, including 14 sixes and five fours. Brown, who hammered a quickfire 68 from 30 balls in their earlier win over Sandgate-Redcliffe, stood out against the experienced Redlands attack.

In reply, the Tigers relied on Bulls and Brisbane Heat 'keeper Jimmy Peirson (78 off 48 balls) and his Heat teammate Sam Heazlett (66 off 32) and James Bazley (30 off 18) and former Heat and Hobart Hurricanes allrounder Simon Milenko (44 off 17 balls) to take the chase as deep as possible, with the winning runs coming off the last ball.

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