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Brothers bowlers ensure batsman miss out

BREAKING:DEAN Krebs ripped through the Wests' batting attack with five wickets as Brothers cruised to a 10 wicket win in Sugar Cities Challenge game today.

Wests were bowled out for 51 and Brothers accounted for the chase with Chris Anderson making a quick-fire 32.

Brothers 0-52 (Chris Anderson 32) d West 51 (Dean Krebs 4.4-1-5-12, Ian Botha 7-1-2-13, Eddie Butcher 3-2-2-11)

Pictured is the Salter Oval field 2 pitch just over a hour and a half after the match began when it should have been full of life for another few hours.



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Topics:  brothers, bundaberg, country wests, cricket, sport




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