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Weather disrupts an otherwise positive day against the bulldogs

Weather disrupts an otherwise positive day against the bulldogs

Rain played a big part in the proceedings but it did not stop some great performances by the Stags on the first day of the round against Bankstown. First Grade have their noses in front with a resolute Axel Cahlin putting in the hard yards as they chase down 210, following a top bowling performance. 

Charlie Booth is all concentration during his 5 wicket haul at Beauchamp.

Thirds have bowled tightly all day to have their opposition nine down with Adam Cubbage snaring four, while Fourths are in a commanding position, needing a further 83 runs for the win with nine wickets in hand.  Charlie Booth took 5-54 in an excellent spell and Shayne Lin is poised on 49*.

Unfortunately, the poor weather meant Seconds and Fifths did not get on, and they will be playing 120 over matches next week.

The Colts begin their two day game at Beauchamp today.

Axel was in command just when needed at Jensen 

1st Grade

After James Kennedy took an early wicket, a solid partnership ensued before Tym Crawford struck twice.  The strong Bankstown batting side was further reduced to 5-107 after Charlie Stobo took another two.  A couple of handy partnerships followed but Mason Crane broke the first and then Matt Junk picked up a couple of excellent wickets before Charlie finished the innings off at 210. 

Elliot Richtor combined with Axel for an excellent partnership.

A terrific bowling performance with Matt and Charlie outstanding.

Cam Eccles and Axel Cahlin got the Stags off to a great start, adding 61 before Cam was dismissed.  Two more wickets fell immediately and Gordon were in strife.  Then Axel and Elliot Richtor got things back in order with a dominant partnership.  Just when the win looked a certainty, Elliot was dismissed for 57 - another top dig – and, with another late wicket, Gordon found themselves 5-158 – still 52 behind.  Axel remained 69* - a wonderful innings but still needing to steer the innings home.

An intriguing time ahead.

Jared Burke is bowled by Mason Crane just as the Bankstown skipper was settling in

1st Grade Scores

Bankstown 210 (Matthew Junk 3 for 17, Charlie Stobo 3 for 60, Tym Crawford 2 for 22, Mason Crane 1 for 60, James Jennedy 1 for 20) vs Gordon 5 for 158 (Axel Cahlin 69 not out, Elliot Richtor 57, Cameron Eccles 25)


Bankstown's Michael Stretton is stumped by Ash Doolan off Matt Junk's bowling. Great photography by Tony Wilson

3rd Grade

Gordon won the toss and bowled at Graham Thomas.  After 4 balls, in which time Pat Effeney managed to snare a wicket, the heavens opened and play was halted.  A couple of false starts followed but play eventually resumed at 3.20pm.  A partnership took Bankstown to 52 before Jono New took a wicket.  Chris De Kretser then began a very good spell in which he took 2 wickets and Gordon had Bankstown 4-93 before Pat took another wicket.  They moved to 5-123 and then Adam Cubbage, in half an hour, took four wickets.  His great spell had Bankstown reeling at 9-154.  The final two batsmen hung on to finish at 9-171.  Adam and Chris were excellent, well supported by Pat.

 The spin twins Adam (the little master) Cubbage and Chris (The apprentice) De Kretser in action

An early wicket and then some responsible batting on the menu for next week.

3rd Grade Scores

Bankstown 9-171 (Adam Cubbage 4-27 off 10 overs, Chris De Kretser 2-24 off 10 overs, Pat Effeney 2-49) vs Gordon.

4th Grade

Charlie Booth shows his skills at Beauchamp, helped by the Nick Prell catch of the century

4ths started an hour and a half late but Nick Prell got them off to a great start, taking two early wickets to have Bankstown 2-9.  The next two batsmen, particularly the opener Jacob Malcolm, both batted extremely well, taking the score to 75 before Nick took what was described on the Gordon App as ‘the catch of the century’ – he ran one way (the wrong way!), turned, the ball got taken by the wind away from him, ran back, jumped and then caught it one handed above his head.  Something like that; ask him!  That was Charlie Booth’s first wicket and no decent partnerships were able to be formed from then on.  He used the breeze very effectively and, despite the one batsman continuing to look in control, Charlie cut through the middle order.  7-161 became all out for 164 and the Stags had had a good day on a very good batting wicket.  Charlie’s 5-54 from 19 overs was a stand-out.

Shayne Lin in action at Beauchamp

Gordon had quite a while to bat and it was going to be very important that they didn’t lose their advantage.  Mitch Kleem and Shayne Lin opened up and batted most responsibly.  They added 36 before Mitch got a very good ball and was dismissed.  From there, Shayne and Hugh Sherwood looked in control.  Shayne played some imperious strokes while Hugh fed the strike very effectively while looking very safe, and the final score of 1-82 sees the Stags in a strong position.  Shayne finished on 49* - a really thoughtful, powerful dig.
A good first session next week will be important for Gordon.

4th Grade Scores

Gordon 1-82 (Shayne Lin 49*, Mitch Kleem 19, Hugh Sherwood 9*) vs Bankstown 164 (Charlie Booth 5-54, Nick Prell 2-34). 



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5th Grade vs UNSW - Round 3 - 2016/17

5th Grade vs UNSW - Round 3 - 2016/17

As the fifth grade lads rocked up to Dave Phillipson Oval and looking at the what looked to be a quick outfield, flat wicket and a green outfield, which to the boys looked like to be a batting paradise. 

With just a typical warm up, JOF won the toss and without hesitation elected to bat. All the lads were keen to get out and post a big total for the Bee's to chase. And make it 3/3 wins.

The opening overs started with a bang with a stunning performance by the one and only Jack Doolan. He smashed 20 within the first 3 overs and the day looked like to be a very long one for UNSW. 

Whilst Jack held one end of the crease whilst making the most of poor deliveries and entertaining spectators, at the other end Ryan Tullia played a very crucial and supportive role. 

Ryan too good for the Bee's with 122*

Jack raced to his quick fire 50 off 10 overs. With Jack being dismissed for 55, Jack Hamblin soon arrived at the crease to join Ryan Tullia. 

Both batsmen looked as if they were making the most of the conditions with the Stags sitting at 1/74 at drinks. 

After drinks both Tom and Ryan continued on their demolition of the UNSW bowling attack. With both boys looking very comfortable at the crease, they soon reached their half century. 

As Tom and Ryan continued scoring runs, batters such as Nick Andreou, Brady Morrison, and Anshul Baruah were very keen to get out and put runs on the board, but that soon became a dream, as both batters Brady Morrison and Nick Andreou sat and waited for 70 overs.

They were granted with nothing else but the torture of sitting down in the cold and miserable weather with the pads on for 70 overs…… waiting….. waiting.

Tom was just as good with 143*

After tea both Tom and Ryan reached their much awaited 100’s and bringing it up in pure style.

With Jof ending the suspense with the declaration the Stags innings ending at 1/335. 

(J Doolan 55, R Tullia 122*, T Hamblin 143*)

After the declaration, JOF seemed fit to have a crack at the UNSW batting line up. 

With all the lads having the confidence to knock a few blokes over before stumps in quick succession. That soon became a fantasy as both openers from UNSW came to the crease showing intent, with UNSW finishing up on 0/27 at stumps. 

With the Stags arriving for day two, JOF was very keen to take the third win of the season to make it 3/3. As JOF gave his inspirational and yet knowledgeable talk about what he expect from the lads for the day. 

As the boys walked out, the energy was high and the lads were keen to take 10 wickets quickly. With the deck still playing true, it posted a difficult day for the bowlers, with the Stags having to be patient and work hard for their wickets. 

Aaron Croft steaming in - extreme wheels 

With the UNSW opening batters still looking solid from the week before, the much needed breakthrough came from opening bowler Dave "Monners" Monaghan with Nick taking the catch behind the stumps. 

With the energy intensifying, another wicket fell, with Aaron "Ronny" Croft's picking up his first of the game and UNSW sitting on 2/83 after 27 overs. 

Another wicket quickly fell, with a runout coming from Brady Morrison after sending the ball to Nick Andoru over the stumps. The boys were ecstatic and were keen for more UNSW wickets to fall. 

As UNSW continued to grind out more runs another run out came about just a few balls before tea. With UNSW at 4/155 at the break. 

And would you believe it or not first over after tea Jack Doolan had contributed with another run out! Sending the dangerous looking opening batsmen on his way. 

With the opening batsmen gone and wickets starting to fall, a young man came to the crease and was welcomed with the voice of Dave Burk; “Lads big moment here for Kanga…. No plastic bats today buddy.” 

While some of the lads were still catching their breath back after laughing, Dave Burk got his man, sending the top batsmen for Kanga cricket on his way.

Jack Doolan snares a few late poles for the Stags

The tail left the crease as quickly as they arrived as JOF made the tactical decision of ordering Jack Doolan to roll his arm over. 

With the stunning performance with the bat, Jack soon then started to shine with the ball, taking two wickets, ending up with 2/25 off 7 overs.

All credit to the bowlers for staying patient and sticking to the game plan and another great win for the Stags, dismissing UNSW for 228 and making it 3/3 wins for the fifth grade side. 

Fantastic win stags and massive thank you for all the supporters and parents that helped out!!

(D Monaghan 1/36, D Burk 1/56, M Chanuhan 0/38, A Crofts 2/46, A Baruah 1/21, J Doolan 2/25)

Brady Morrison

Colts vs Mosman - Round 3 - 2016/17

Colts vs Mosman - Round 3 - 2016/17

The Gordon Colts side turned up to Beauchamp Oval on Day 1 of the game vs Mosman expecting to continue some great form shown against Sydney Uni the previous week. 

Captain Aaron Crofts won the toss and elected to bat on a fantastic Beauchamp wicket, a credit to the groundsman. 

Brady Morrison was looking to get off to a strong start after sitting with the pads on for 70 odd overs the previous day in 5s. 

Brady and Andrew Harvey got the team off to a great start, knocking off runs consistently, much to the disgust of one particular Mosman bowler who took great exception to being hammered around the park. 

Matt Keane slaps one over mid-wicket during his innings.

At 91, the fist wicket fell, a miss timed slog sweep from Brady brought the end to an aggressive yet disciplined knock of 55. 

Oli Williams joined Andrew at the wicket and the two started to build a strong partnership before an unfortunate run out saw Andrew out for 48. 

Oli and Aaron Crofts keep the scoreboard ticking over and some ill-disciplined fielding from the Mosman side allowed for consistent boundary hitting. Aaron made a handy 23 and we were sitting quite nicely at 3/177. 

Oli Williams was dismissed for a well-made and underrated 45 shortly after. Matt Keane ‘MP’ represented the liberal party well and looked every bit a batsman in his hard hitting 75 off 58 as he dominated the later overs of the day. 

He was supported well by Sahil Sharma who did a great job of ensuring he was rotating the strike and looking for quick runs whilst not throwing his wicket away. 

A duo of sixers hit by Nick Dellis allowed the Stags to feel comfortable in declaring on 8/348 after Sahil was out for 48.

Sahil drives one through the covers.

The day finished well as Mosman finished on 2/30 at the conclusion of day 1 thanks to a great display of attacking bowling by Matt, Nick and Danusha. 

A big thanks goes out to Jason Crofts who umpired for the entirety of day 1, a massive effort!  

Day 2 started strong with an early wicket to Matt, however, that was about it for the next 25 overs as the quality of our bowling and fielding declined.

Special mention to Tommy Gohl as he decided to field one with his head and was then taken to hospital after failing his head injury assessment. 

Also, massive thanks to John O Neill-Fuller who sub fielded for us the rest of the day! 

A big wicket to Danusha Seneviratne got the boys back on track and the wickets started to fall despite some questionable bump ball and no-ball calls. Some more drama late on between JOF and a Mosman umpire only emphasised the need for at least one umpire in Colts games. 

In the end, Danusha stepped up and hit the stumps to conclude a great day of bowling for himself. Wickets were shared among the bowlers with Danusha (3) leading the way.

In the end, a fielding and bowling performance we need to work on at training as a unit but being able to still get the win proved that we will be contenders within the competition.

Andrew Harvey

4th Grade vs UNSW - Round 3 - 2016/17

4th Grade vs UNSW - Round 3 - 2016/17

4th grade showed up to the battle with the students with some confidence given two strong wins to start the season, however, with a couple of key players unavailable it was to be the first real test for The Stags. 

Batting first, the two youngsters, Matt Wright and Hugh Sherwood, started the innings off steadily. Unfortunately Wright was the first to go for 13, and the Stags were 1/26, bringing Rahul Krishna to the crease. 

Rahul and Hugh guiding the Stags with class early on.

Hugh and Rahul went about their business, showing maturity and patience and a real knack for capitalising on the bad ball. A 90-run stand between these two got 4s off to a great start, until Hugh was caught for a well made 58. 

Rahul was the next to go, running past one from a turning leggie and being stumped for 47. Two well made contributions, and set the platform for the Stags to build on. 

There was a slight collapse in the middle order, with Stewart, Prell and Rees all falling within 10 runs. The key for the Stags was 4s captain Stu Bromely still at the crease, and batting beautifully, nudging the ball around, and putting away the bad ball. 

A bit of a wag from the tail, and supportive roles from Booth, Rice and Beattie, ensured that Stu would finish unbeaten on a well crafted 74. 

The Stags were all out for 258, a target that was defendable, but early inroads would need to be made to put the students on the back foot.

A real captains knock by Stu Bromley lifting Gordon to 258.

The bowling effort from the Stags couldn't have started any better, with Prell claiming his first in the first over of the innings. Confident, and upbeat, The Stags were keen for more wickets, with everyone pumped and buzzing around the field.

Unfortunately, this was the only wicket to finish out the day, with the frustration of several edges through and over the slips teasing the Stags. The students finished the day on 1/89 and the Stags would need to bowl well and make early inroads next week to rattle the Bee's. 

The second day, again, couldn't have started any better, with Pat Rice claiming an LBW wicket early on and boosting the Stags confidence.

Pat Rice struck again the next over, hitting the top of off and bowling perfect line and length and very good pace. 

Prell claimed his second wicket a few overs later, and with the students losing 3 of their top 4 in the first 10 overs, some momentum was being gained by the Stags.

Pat had a superb day with the ball and in the field. 

Pat Rice then claimed his 3rd and the students really had some work to do, at 5/113, with the bottom 5 needing to get 145 runs to claim victory. 

Enter Sam Watts. Sam hit the timber 3 times bowling a nice full length. The Stags were well and truly on top at this stage, with the students in real trouble at 8/172. 

Booth chipped in with a wicket of his own, after several overs of well flighted and threatening spin bowling, and thoroughly deserved his wicket. 

Pat Rice was the man to end the show, with a run out that was given out with a questionable umpiring call, however that's just cricket! 

Another solid performance from 4th grade, with contributions made by everyone with either bat, ball or both. 

Given the absence of some key players, the depth 4s can produce at the moment is really satisfying to see, and I am sure will result in the good momentum continuing.

Nick Prell

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1st Grade vs UNSW - Round 3 - Day 2 - 2016/17

1st Grade vs UNSW - Round 3 - Day 2 - 2016/17

Let me paint a picture for you… a hot sunny day without a cloud in the sky, the thermometer itching over the 30 mark with the bustling of students trying to escape the torments of a tough last term ahead of them. Accompanied by my summer friends Tym and Mason we watched the gentle waves roll into Gordons Bay on a Monday. 

If only Mason's spin credentials were as useful on the circuit (4/49) 

The water was crisp and clear whilst the sun stung the skin. Poor Mason having only been let out of the house for the second time was relishing the prospect of ‘bronzing’ his skin and updating his profile picture on Tinder. Quote “coupled with my English accent, the Aussie women better watch out” whilst salivating at the beach full of tanned beauties. 

Tym fresh from his efforts of trying to rack jack me as I was batting last week was full of advice on how to ‘pick up’ whilst abroad. He didn’t earn his one day number by sitting around eating cake or relying on this full head of hair that’s for sure. We are all eagerly waiting for when he goes full Statham.

As we all know how we went on Saturday and the scores (look at the Wrap and mycricket – how hard) I will fill you in some stories from the Premier Grade. Even if Elliot doesn’t know your name. 

One of these stories comes from an ex-Japanese-scientist's best friend Ash ‘Alex’ Doolan and his band of merry men that reside in Kirribilli. Rumour has it that Dools has upgraded from a single bed to a new double bed after on more than one occasion fallen at the last hurdle whilst playing a home game.

Stobo bowled pretty well too if anyone cares about the O'Reilly medalist...

With his usual spot of the living room couch has now been turned into a fourth bedroom taken by Junkie he has had to resort to the bedroom. Other resident Jack Doolan is rumoured to have described the bed as “springy and firm”, “soft and comfortable” and is also hoping that Ash “doesn’t bring a black light home and notice that I have christened it”.

Breaking News: “Local cricket prodigy seen outside his sterile containment bubble”

Axel Cahlin was last seen on Saturday outside his sterile environment to participate in a grade cricket match at Village Green. Spectators were amazed to see the budding U19 representative fully clothed in cotton wool and bubble wrap as he strode onto the ground. 

Speaking to reporters Cahlin’s captain Steve Colley said “We need to look after him he has an U19 game or tournament coming up and we have to make sure he doesn’t accidently come in contact with the ball”.

As it is usually the youngest of the team to go under the ‘lid’ it was then up to veteran Cameron Eccles to get up and personal to the batsmen as Axel was instructed to stay in the sheds where it is safer. In a private conversation with his skipper, Eccles is rumoured to have said “this is 'no good', where is Bombas when you need him”. 

At the finish of play Eccles was praised on his efforts and composure and replied with “of course, I’m not there to $&@# spiders”. From all reports Cahlin has been returned safely to the bubble and is contemplating about leaving again next weekend to travel to Bankstown. 

He will however be under strict instructions not to dive for a ball in fear of grazing his skin. 

Cam "I'm too busy to write a proper match report, but here are some saucy stories" Eccles

2nd Grade vs UNSW - Round 3 - 2016/17

2nd Grade vs UNSW - Round 3 - 2016/17

Ah 2-day cricket. Proper cricket if you ask me, an absorbing format where the equanimity of the batsmen is delicately juxtaposed against the determination of the bowler.

A format where the game is not won or lost in an over but in a session or multitude thereof. How would the mighty stags fare in such a formidable challenge? Well read on, and I shall regale you of a mighty contest.

Max Papworth punches one down the ground with ease 

The setting, Killara Oval. Something of a fortress these last few weeks for the reserve graders. 

Whilst visitors have complained of the pitch and outfield, the staggies (much like the parents of a disappointing child) have embraced it and have set about being the best they can possibly be. 

Before I delve into the battle between willow and leather I must first report on a more hotly contested clash between the incredulously named “top 5 Legends” and the “bottom 6 Jerks.”

A mid-week transfer window sought to breathe new life into the match, with Max ‘he’ll get a mention or two’ Papworth coming into the Top 5 for Josh ‘UpUp’ Doyle who looked to solidify the bottom 6 midfield. 

The bottom 6 were determined from the outset, using a high press system not seen since the days of LVG at Old Trafford. This in-your-face attitude rattled the top 5, who resorted to speculative long balls that were dutifully cleaned up by Sam ‘Flu’ Baker. 

Reagan's long levers clubbed the Bee's around Killara 

Once in possession the bottom 6 looked to utilise the wings, ignoring the imaginary sideline marked by Reagan ‘might get another mention’ Klemt. Numerous crosses came close to breaking the deadlock, as did a scintillating interchange of passing between Miller and Stickland (think Jack Wilshere’s goal v Norwich 2013, minus the actual goal). 

A draw seemed inevitable, then “last play” was called and the top 5 sent all their numbers upfield in a vain attempt to take the game. 

A scramble and the ball was cleared out to Sam Baker, clean on goal with no one in front but suffering from an almighty case of the flu. Baker kept his composure and rolled it through for a well-deserved 1-0 victory for the bottom 6 jerks.

Now, to Cricket, the real reason you're here. 

Max Newman declared his intention to bat should he win the toss. The wicket had a covering of green grass, however the pitches true nature was underneath. Rock hard, no moisture whatsoever, must bat first. 

Well, true to form Newman lost the toss and the bowlers, observing the skippers body language from afar, starting warming up from their full runs. Incredibly the Bumble Bees captain decided to bowl first. An intriguing decision, but the right one? Read on. 

2/22 after 10 overs. “Yer probably the right decision” thought the Bumble Bees, “all right watch me” thought young Max Papworth and that is precisely what we did. 

For 221 minutes Max "the Smear" Papworth cut, swept and drove his way to a commanding and powerful 132.

An extremely entertaining 132 from Max!

His dismissal will be longed talked about, punching the ball whilst unsuccessfully reversing sweeping for the third time, I suspect the umpire was sick of seeing it and simply sent him on his way to think about what he did. 

The carnage however, was only starting as Reagan ‘sausage rolls FTB” Klemt then replicated Papworth’s innings. 

Finishing on 121* Reagans innings was chanceless and just reward for his continual hard work. The amassed total of 407/7 was simply sensational and the bumble bees were probably questioning their decision to even play cricket, let alone bowl first on an absolute flatty. Oh and Scott "Scooby" O'Brien got his 3rd successive half century.

A materclass from Reagan late in Day 1, finishing on 121*

As if the day did not belong to the Staggies already, Nick Miller decided to nip one back and leave UNSW 1/20 off 8 at the end of the day.

Day 2 saw one of the most dynamic and enthralling football matches ever seen in a cricket warm up. 

The Top 5 Legends were clearly rattled by the Bottom 6 Jerks victory last weekend and this was proven by their over-analysis and pre-match huddle to discuss tactics. 

The Bottom 6 Jerks maintained their in-your-face high press defence, forcing the Top 5 Legends to play the long ball, gifting away possession. However, the Bottom 6 Jerks struggled to capitalise on their possession, misfiring in front of goal. 

Suddenly out of nowhere Will "Wilbur" Phillips went on a barnstorming run beating multiple Jerks defenders and slotting it home for a 1-0 lead. Wilbur has had a sore back lately and while he’s not sure what it is or what caused I can safely say it’s from carrying the Top 5 Legends. 

This goal ignited the Bottom 6 and a swift counter attack from a corner levelled the match at 1-1. The game was on a precipice and the next goal would be vital. 

The Jerks once again sent the ball wide, Anand Verma released Stickland down the left wing and in his first contribution of the day Stickland put the ball on a platter for Newman to put the Jerks up 2-1. The game was not over though and time was still on the clock for the Top 5 to pull off the unthinkable. 

Scott "Scooby" O'Brien doing what he does best!

The Bottom 6 Jerks went into “Mourihno Mode” and parked the bus, booting the ball long and into the corners in a pessimistic attempt to wind down the clock. 

“Last Play” was called and the Top 5 held possession well. Somehow despite a shot being deflected for a corner ‘Last Play’ was continued to allow the Top 5 one last chance. 

A long, high and speculative ball found its way to the edge of the box and Will Phillips got a head on it. The ball, seemingly in slow motion, looped over the Jerks defenders and landed squarely in the middle of the goal. 2-2. 

Heartbreak for the Bottom 6 Jerks. Elation for the Top 5 Legends. Next week will be a fixture not to be missed.

We also played some cricket and the not out batsmen started well and cashed in as the bowlers looked to be full. 

Sam “healthy again” Baker got the ball rolling for the Stags, knocking back middle stump after consistently hitting some good areas. 

Dan “Cyclops” Stickland’s introduction into the attack saw one of the most fortunate drag-ons of his career, the batsman gloving the ball into leg stump as he looked to play to fine leg. To be fair though I did move it a little bit so it had some right to take a wicket. 

Sticker's smashing the stumps week in week out.

The UNSW batsmen weren’t going anywhere but then their number 4 decided to take Stickland on for a trio of boundaries, Stickers had the last laugh though uprooting middle stump and then letting the entire suburb of Killara know. Will Phillips then chimed in with a wicket of his own and at 5/104 things were looking great for the Stags.

The Staggies then wavered in their conquest, a couple of dropped chances and a partnership developed. 

Josh Doyle then rolled out some offies and took a neat caught-and-bowled, clutching it in his arms. “Lucky I’ve been doing them curls” said Josh in the huddle. It seems curls not only get girls but also partnership-breaking wickets (bowlers take note). 

Unfortunately, another partnership proved frustrating and the bowlers were perhaps guilty of bowling too inconsistently and wide of the stumps. Fortunately, the introduction of Scooby proved vital and the Stags entered tea only needing 3 more wickets. 

A quality tea (it’s gotta be one of the best teas in the entire comp) revitalised the bowlers and it took a measly 16 balls to capture the last 3 wickets. Scooby and Stickland ended with 3 each and the mighty reserve graders rolled on to remain undefeated. 

Also big ups to the 4th graders who came down to watch and supplying a case of beers to savour the win. 

Gordon 407/7dec (Papworth 132, Klemt 121*, O’Brien 74) def. UNSW 251 (O’Brien 3/25 Stickland 3/44)

Dan Stickland

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