Redlands Tigers lose final of Lord's Taverners competition at Allan Border Field

Redlands Tigers fell short of victory in the Lord's Taverners final on Sunday.

Chasing 259 to win at Allan Border Field, the Tigers were dismissed for 184 in the 37th over by Wynnum Manly.

Rain delays brought the Duckworth-Lewis method into play, cruelling the Tigers' chances of victory.

Brayden Laffan flicks one off his pads for the Tigers on Sunday. They went down in the Lord's Taverners final against Wynnum Manly. Photo: Matt McLennan

Brayden Laffan flicks one off his pads for the Tigers on Sunday. They went down in the Lord's Taverners final against Wynnum Manly. Photo: Matt McLennan

They needed 55 from the final five overs, which proved to be too much for their batsmen.

Keegan Maclean top-scored with 71 for the Tigers, before he was trapped in front of his stumps.

Luke Davies had his eye on a 50, but was run out for 49 while going for the milestone.

Earlier, James Pullar took three wickets for Tigers with his left-arm finger spin.

Jacob Dunne and Davies chipped in with two each.