Matt Shallcross and Ricky Sawyer resumed play at 2/94 chasing 133 for victory.
Matt Shallcross and Ricky Sawyer resumed play at 2/94 chasing 133 for victory. Mike Richards GLA100115CRIC

Brothers in command

UPDATE 3.39pm- Brothers have the winning run and The Glen have called the two-day match to an end, Brothers are the premiers!

3.36pm- Brothers just reached 8/132 and have tied The Glen. It looks like they will be the grand finalists for 2014/15.

3.30pm- The Glen have struck again, Michael Matz catching Josh Grieving LBW. The score is 8/125. The Glen need two more wickets while seven runs will be enough for Brothers to get the premiership.

3.27pm- Andrew Cirson is out and Brothers are 7/124.

3.16pm- Brothers are now 6/122 after getting six from the last over, as many runs as they had in the last hour. The Glen need four wickets to win while Brothers are ten runs from the tie.

3.07pm- Andrew Cirson is now joining his captain at the crease with Brothers needing 16 to tie The Glen, which would be enough for the grand final to go their way.

Pat Laws was out bowled by Jason Seng.

3pm- Riobbie Woof has come from the field for The Glen.

2.57pm- The Glen are still in the match, Dan Mills out and Brothers are 5/114. Pat Laws has gone to join Matt Shallcross at the crease with Terry Sawyer acting as a runner for Laws.

2.07pm- Brothers have resumed after the rain delay and have lost another wicket to be 4/110. They are slowly creeping towards the required 133.

12.25pm- Rain has brought the players from the field and the covers onto the ground, Brothers are 3/96.

12.20pm- Ricky Sawyer was dismissed by Chad Gilmour and Brothers are three down for just under 100.

BROTHERS a-grade cricket side has just resumed their innings in the Gladstone Cricket a-grade grand final at 2/94.

Chasing a small target of 133 set by The Glen, play was delayed this morning due to dampness on the pitch and field.

Brothers were the wooden spooners in 2014 and are in a commanding position to change their fortunes this time around.



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