‘Dogs unleash to dominate Whales

BANKSTOWN Sports Bulldogs are looking to sink the Mosman Whales, taking control of all grades in the Sydney grade cricket competition.

After losing the toss and being sent to field at Bankstown’s Memorial Oval, Bankstown’s First Grade took control and obliterated the Whales, with three bowlers snaring three wickets each.
The sheer pace of Liam Marshall (3 for 11) was matched by Brad Simpson (3 for 17) as they wreaked havoc on the Whales. Not to be outdone, spinner Koby Layton (3 for 14) finished off the Whale’s tail as Mosman capitulated for 75 runs (which included five ducks).
In reply, the Dog’s batsmen rammed home the advantage, with youngster Angus Campbell leading the way with 47 off just 37 balls.
Both keeper Ethan Deal (46) and Ryan Freeman (40 off 27) continued their consistent form and dominated the Whales’ attack.
At 8 for 204, and having already secured first innings points, the Dogs are in total control and will look to go for an outright win on Saturday.