Premier Grade Cricket: Bankstown v Northern Districts Round 13. 16th Feb 2019 + LO QF 17/02/19 Bankstown scored a resounding victory over Northern Districts at Memorial last Saturday. The visitors surprisingly declared at 8-260 which proved an easy target for the Bankstown Bulldogs. All season Nick Carruthers and Daniel Solway have both been in outstanding form and led the home sides’ run spree. The pair carried on the great work to keep the team’s charge to the finals right
The club was greatly saddened today (18 Feb, 2019) to learn of the passing of Margaret Keen, the delightful wife of Kevin and the much adored mother of Lance and Simon and their families. During Simon and Lance’s time with the club Margaret is remembered as a fabulous supporter and worker and although very quiet and reserved she had a very sharp and sometimes wicked sense of humour that made her much loved and admired by all Bulldogs. We offer Kevin, Lance and Simon our deepe
Bulldogs' Club historian Mick Stephenson has penned some more great articles on former Bulldog greats... this time we add the cricketing lives of Steve Waugh, Mark Waugh and Ken Hall. Click HERE or on the History link on the top menu of the main page (as shown).
Premier Grade Cricket Round 14 v Northern District - week 1 It was a bad toss for Michael Stretton to lose on Saturday against Northern District as batting conditions were idyllic at Memorial Oval. The visitors took full advantage and the Bankstown Sports Bulldogs chased leather all day in the Round 13 fixture. The bowlers maintained a tidy line and length and made ND’s fight hard for every run. It is a vital game for Bankstown as they have slipped to seventh and need to main
Premier Grade Cricket Round 12 v Randwick Petersham The Bankstown Sports Bulldogs were involved in another thrilling finish at Memorial last Saturday/Sunday. Randwick batted first and rain delays frustrated both teams but fortunately the sun shone on Sunday. The visitors compiled 8-298 and when stumps were drawn the home side just missed out by a whisker with 6-295. It was a bitter blow to the Bulldogs who have now slipped to seventh on the ladder. The bowlers performed well
Premier Grade Cricket – Round 11 v Hawkesbury Saturday 26th January 2019 Premier First Grade In an absolute thriller Bankstown edged out the Hawks at Owen Earle last Saturday. The Doggies fought hard to compile 8-274 and then restrict the home side to 9-270 from the allocated 50 overs. As usual it was that man Daniel Solway who got the Bulldogs barking with a majestic 62. His stellar season continues and he really is the scourge of the Belvidere Cup bowlers. His stay at the c