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Dogs run riot against Randwick

The Bankstown Sports Club Bulldogs received an early Christmas present last Saturday with a stunning victory against Randwick-Petersham. The Bankstown bowlers ripped through the home side who were unceremoniously bundled out for a meagre 98. Nathan McAndrew was the chief destroyer with 4-28 in a devastating eight over spell moving the ball around disconcertingly and beating the bat repeatedly to set up victory. Tall and robust speedster Rhys Williams proved the perfect foil with 2-30 which kept the pressure on the home side. Kyle Brockley continues to impress with the ball and chimed in with 2-27 whilst cagey spinner Ben Taylor took 2-7. The Bankstown fieldsmen supported the bowlers to the h

Dogs in gritty win over Sydney

The Bankstown Sports Club Bulldogs scored 233 versus Sydney last Saturday in the 50 overs fixture with the irrepressible Daniel Solway continuing to be the scourge of bowlers with a typically attacking 54. The opener fought tenaciously as wickets tumbled all around him. Solway faced 105 deliveries and rattled the pickets five times in another top class knock. It came as quite a surprise when he was stumped on 54 just when he appeared all set to post yet another century. Skipper Michael Stretton also kept the Bulldogs barking with 53 from an amazing 39 deliveries. His attacking stroke play brought the crowd to its feet with 4 hard hit boundaries and 2 stunning sixes. The indomitable captain c

Downpour denies Dogs and Dragons

The Bankstown Sports Bulldogs were denied a chance of victory against St. George last Saturday at Memorial Oval. The Dragons reached 1-162 before a heavy downpour washed out play. Bankstown scored 4-379 on Day One and the visitors were certainly on target in their run chase. The lone wicket to fall came about through a magnificent piece of fielding from Jake Cormack. The athletic fieldsman scampered around the boundary and fired in a deadly rocket like return which caught Hopkins short of his ground. Ben Taylor once again impressed and pinned the Dragons down with 0-39 from 13 accurate overs. The spinner flighted the ball cleverly and looks a very good prospect. Strongly built paceman Rhys W

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