BITS batsman Josh Adie is safe after this last-ditch effort to regain his ground as Brothers keeper Christian Welch looks on.
BITS batsman Josh Adie is safe after this last-ditch effort to regain his ground as Brothers keeper Christian Welch looks on.

Brothers and The Glen win



BROTHERS and The Glen emerged on the winner's list in under-12 Gladstone Cricket action played on Saturday.

The Brethren scored a convincing win over BITS at the Leagues Club, while The Glen accounted for Calliope in a close battle at Palm Drive.

A strong batting performance led by Karl Bailey (30), Josh Grieving (26) and Christian Welch (24) was the platform for Brothers strong win.

Claeden Perkins led BITS reply, top-scoring with 24, but the Islanders were unable to threaten the total as Stuart Genge and Jordan Felgen claimed three wickets apiece.

The Glen had a impressive allround team effort to thank for their win over a committed Calliope.

Max Prizeman top-scored with 23 for The Glen, while Sam Lowry finished with 18.

In reply, Calliope battled hard with John Stewart making 15, but The Glen's tight bowling proved to be the difference.

The Glen's David Heymer con-tinued his fine season, scoring the round's highest innings of 41 not out in his team's under-13/14 win over Brothers, while BITS had a team effort to thank in their win over a gallant Yaralla in the other clash of the round.

Yaralla and Brothers were victorious in the two under-11 games, while Calliope and BITS were winners in under-9 games. There were no under-16 results available at time of going to press.



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