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Bulldogs struggle to finish off the Bees

Premier Grade Cricket: Round 4, 27/10/18 Bankstown v Uni of NSW Week 1 The Bankstown Sports Bulldogs bowled first at Memorial Oval and dismissed Uni of NSW for 299. The Bumble Bees were in dire straits early but the tail wagged defiantly. Rhys Williams claimed the first wicket LBW and Matthew Waite held onto a skied pull shot from lively Liam Marshall. A tumbling Daniel Solway held onto a sharp chance at first slip from the bowling of Waite, a very fine acquisition from Sussex. Nathan McAndrew toppled the timbers next with a brute of a delivery and the Bulldogs were more than happy with four wickets before lunch. In the second session, the Bulldogs were barking vociferously with a further

Dogs edge Saints in thriller

Premier Grade Cricket Round 3 Bankstown versus St George Hurstville Oval 20th October 2018 In an absolute thriller at Hurstville Oval the Bankstown Sports Bulldogs defeated St George by a solitary run under the Duckworth Lewis system. The Dragons scored 7-288 and Bankstown replied with 7-268 from 48 overs when play was curtailed with the complicated scoring system revealing that the Bulldogs had prevailed by the narrowest of margins. The Bankstown bowlers stuck to their task doggedly as St. George scored a solid total. The persistent pace of Rhys Williams kept the home side in check with 2-49. The ever-consistent Ben Taylor spun the ball with great accuracy to also claim two crucial wickets,

Tony Clark into Australian Over 50s team

The club is very proud and wishes Tony Clark all the best for the upcoming Over 50s World Cup matches - a great achievement! From their facebook page... The Australian squad has been named, meaning that all 8 countries have named their squads and we are ready to go! The Aussies were waiting for the completion of their inter-state selection tournament before naming their side. It is - as you would expect - a very strong lineup, with only 5 survivors from the group that toured New Zealand in February. Good luck to the Aussies! Here is the official announcement from Mal Coleman ... "On behalf of our Australian National O50s Selectors & Australian O50s Committee, we announce the 16 man Squad an

Brad and Zeesh named in CA 18/19 Rookie program

Brad Simpson and Zeeshaan Ahmed have both been named in 2018/19 Cricket Australia Pathways Rookie Squad. This is Brad's third season in the squad, and Zeesh's first and the club wishes them good luck in their remaining matches in the U17 Nationals in Brisbane at the moment. Brad had his best bowling so far in game 2 v Queesnland where he took 3 for 20, while Zeesh's best so far was 39 in game 3 v Cricket Australia XI. For the full story, please click here: https://www.cricketnsw.com.au/news/cricket-australia-pathways-rookie-squad-2018-19-new-south-wales-graham-manou/2018-10-07

Round 2 / PG T20 match reports

First Grade It was a tribute to the hard-working club volunteers and Curator Warwick Starr that the match vs Sydney could be completed despite the severe drenching in the preceding couple of days at Memorial Oval. Unfortunately, it was not good news for the Bankstown Sports Bulldogs who were edged out by defending premiers Sydney. Chasing the visitors 292 the locals were dismissed for just 250 in an interesting finish. Superb stroke maker Daniel Solway kept the Bulldogs barking with a typically defiant 57. The accomplished run-getter plundered 8 boundaries which was no mean feat given the rain soaked outfield. It was a severe blow for the Bulldogs when he was adjudged LBW. Brendan Smith a

Former Bulldog is new Cricket Australia CEO

We heartily congratulate and wish former Bulldogs premiership winning 1st Grade Captain Kevin Roberts all the best on his appointment as Cricket Australia CEO. For the full story, please click on this link HERE

R2 v Sydney - Match reports week 1

29th September 2018 Premier First Grade The Bankstown Sports Club Bulldogs restricted Sydney to 292 at Memorial last Saturday. It was quite a fightback by the visitors who at one stage were struggling at 7-161. Probing left arm spinner Ben Taylor called on all his flight and guile to claim 4-62 in his extremely accurate 32 over spell. He used the strong breeze cleverly and bottled up one end in his superb spell. Nathan McAndrew was at his lively best and took 2 wickets to get the Bulldogs barking. Liam Marshall is enjoying himself in the top grade and was rewarded with 3-50 from his productive 16 overs. At 17 years of age he is a definite prospect for representative honours in future. Skippe

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