The Glen Batsman Sandy Harrison.
The Glen Batsman Sandy Harrison. Tom Huntley

Nailbiter reignites the rivalry between BITS and The Glen

THE rivalry between the BITS and the Glen continues.

The close finish of the first match of the Twenty- 20 cricket tournament at Sun Valley Oval had reignited that rivalry, BITS captain Paul Miller said.

The Glen batted first and was 8 down for 116 after 20 overs.

When BITS stepped up to bat, they lost out at the very end missing the last two balls.

They were 9 for 112, losing the game by only four runs.

"It's a bit disappointing," Miller said.

"But it was a great game, a very vocal and enthusiastic match."

Miller said the Glen lost to them last time, so the defeat this week had increased the intensity.

"We'll be back," he said.

 



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