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Dogs take sting out of Bees / PGs home in a thriller

Premier Grade Cricket Round 9. Week 1. 14-15 December 2019 
The Bankstown Sports Bulldogs batted superbly to compile 9-352 against Uni of NSW at David Phillips South last Saturday. Once again it was prolific run scorer Nick Carruthers who destroyed the opposition attack. If ever there was a candidate for the Big Bash it surely is Carruthers who scores his runs at a frenetic rate. For two and a half hours he took the sting out of the Bumble Bees as he raced to 88. Eleven boundaries and a couple of mighty sixes came from his flashing blade as he got the Bulldogs well and truly barking. Earlier “Rocky” Stoneman got Bankstown off to a useful start with a classy 30. Mr. Consistency Ben Taylor

Stags stumped by Bulldog bowlers

Stags Stumped as Bulldogs Bowlers Bark The stellar season enjoyed by the Bankstown Sports Bulldogs continued last Saturday at Chatswood. Bankstown totalled a mere 218 but it proved more than enough as the Stags tumbled to 185. Gordon had started the run chase well however Matt Bursa clean bowled two of the top order Stags and lively Tushaar Garg captured a wicket with the help of reliable keeper Cameron Middleton to get the Bulldogs barking with 3-71. When play resumed this Saturday Representative player Nathan McAndrew ripped the heart out of the Stags batting as they stumbled towards defeat. The classy allrounder uprooted the stumps of Crawford then added two more victims. The home side w

Struggle against the Stags

Premier Grade Cricket Round 7 30th November 2019 Gordon and Bankstown are in a titanic struggle at Chatswood with the game delicately poised. The Bankstown Sports Bulldogs did not bat well and were rolled for a disappointing 218. Nick Carruthers held the innings together with a defiant 70. He plundered 8 sizzling boundaries and 3 superb sixes which brought the crowd to its feet amid rapturous applause. Consistently the classy opener has got the Dogs away to a flyer and recently has accumulated 42, 45, 46, 70 and 107. Alas he did not receive much support from the rest of the batsmen and the side finished with a disappointing total. The exception was allrounder Jarred Lysaught who pounded six

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