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Magpies mauled by British Bulldog. Macca fires in T20.

Premier Grade Cricket Round 6 v Western Suburbs 24-11-18 The Bankstown Sports Club Bulldogs continued their recent good form defeating Western Suburbs last Saturday at Pratten Park. Resuming at 2-73 the visitors chased down the target of 171 without any drama apart from the early wicket of run machine Daniel Solway. Nick Carruthers ripped into the Magpies with his usual flair to set up victory. His 73 was an action-packed knock and he plundered 5 boundaries together with 3 stunning sixes. He is a real dasher and a spectators’ delight. 22-year-old Yorkshireman Matt Waite has been a resounding success since coming to the Bulldogs and confirmed his class with a dynamic 106. The very versatile a

Clark's 1000th - a special milestone

Premier Grade Cricket Round 6 17th November 2018 In the first grade Belvidere Cup fixture at Pratten Park last Saturday Wests were in trouble against the Bankstown Sports Bulldogs. The Magpies started disastrously losing 1-0 and then 3-37. All wickets involved tall and strongly built paceman Rhys Williams who was right on song from the outset. His first two victims were brilliantly caught by the ever-alert Peter Dignam and the third was very well run out by Williams. This was a real bonus but then the Magpies staged a recovery. Ben Taylor has been a wonderful wicket taker all season and he continued this on Saturday with a crucial double blow. The left arm spinner used all his flight and gu

New Child Safety information

We have added a range of documents that relate to child safety in cricket. We urge you to read these and understand the need to have such policies throughout all levels of cricket. Please click HERE to read the documents.

Dogs' bark silences Lions' roar

Premier Grade Cricket Round 5 v Fairfield Liverpool 10/11/18 The Bankstown Sports Bulldogs overcame the Fairfield Lions roar at Rosedale last Saturday in the Belvidere Cup. Bankstown batted first and compiled a solid 255 with a classy all-round batting display. Mitch Brown was the spearhead of the run spree with a commanding 59. Brown held the Bulldogs batting together in a defiant two hours at the crease. He is a powerful all-rounder and ensured Bankstown reached a sizeable total. English import Matt Waite lapped up the sunshine and ripped into the Lions with a crucial 56. Brendan Smith once again was amongst the runs with 35 in just 18 minutes and Daniel Solway added 33 runs to his imposin

Dogs players of the past...

We now have a new section on our website that will be added to frequently by club life member and keeper of Bulldog cricket lore: Mick Stephenson. Mick will be adding a feature story on many of our past players... we start with Thommo, Pascoe and Roberts... enjoy! Click here to view

Bees just sting the Dogs, but Dogs bark in T20s

Round 4 Belvidere Cup and Rounds 1 and 2 Kingsgrove Sports T20 Cup In another hard-fought game at Bankstown Memorial Oval the Bnakstown Sports Club Bulldogs just failed to chase down the Uni of NSW total of 299. Bankstown lost by 31 when the side was bundled out for 268. Opener Peter Dignam looked in good touch before he was stumped for 29. Versatile night watchman Ben Taylor certainly did his job with a handy 23. It was a severe blow to the Bulldogs when Brendan Smith was run out for 17 just as he was slipping into top gear. Belligerent all-rounder Nathan McAndrew hammered 79 to get the Bulldogs barking. He was at his attacking best with 10 sparkling boundaries and two imposing sixes. Nick

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