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Carruthers' purple patch

Premier Grade Cricket Round 11 25-26 January 2020 v Hawkesbury First Grade The Bankstown Sports Bulldogs secured a vital victory over Hawkesbury last weekend at Memorial. The very much in form Nick Carruthers delivered the knockout blow to the hapless Hawks who failed to soar. His stellar season just got even better with a magnificent 150. The run machine plundered 9 boundaries and 4 stunning sixes as the Hawks took flight from the onslaught. His vast array of powerful strokes entertained the crowd immensely as the barking Bulldogs surged to a record total of 5-427. It was a wonderful day for the Doggies batsmen with all making solid contributions. Mark Stoneman and Daniel Solway gave the si

Green Shield make finals...

Manoj Weerasingham sunk the Whales with a magnificent 124 Captain’s knock at Grahame Thomas Oval. The stylish run getter was indomitable and delighted the crowd with his vast array of strokes. He plundered 6 boundaries and 2 stunning sixes in his 157-minute vigil at the crease. All of the Bankstown Sports Bulldogs Premier Grade matches were washed out on Saturday 18 January but the holiday period has seen some stellar performances from the AW Green Shield Under 16 team that has represented the City of Canterbury-Bankstown with distinction throughout the Christmas and New Year period. Undoubtedly the most prestigious aged based cricket competition in Australia, the AW Green Shield is consider

More players from Bankstown's great history...

Three more special Bulldog cricketers' stories have been added courtesy of Mick Stephenson: Gary Crowfoot, Graham Thomas and Steve Barry Smith. Read about their time at Bankstown HERE.

Bees take flight from Dogs

Premier Grade Publicity Report: Round 8 Week 2 First Grade The Bankstown Sports Bulldogs caused the Uni of NSW Bumble Bees to take flight last Saturday at David Phillips. It was a conclusive victory for Bankstown with Uni scoring just 72 in reply to the Doggies overwhelming 372. The home side resumed with 1-6 but never looked like threatening against a fired-up attack. Jarred Lysaught made the early inroads with a magnificent spell to take 3-17. He was far too quick for the stumbling Bumble Bees who took flight with great rapidity. Lysaught stung the home side with the ferocity of his bowling as they slumped to a diabolical 3-25. The paceman shattered the stumps of two top Bees and the B

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