Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Cheeky Captains Pumped; the Glen, Brothers Warn Rivals of Showdown

Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Cheeky Captains Pumped; the Glen, Brothers Warn Rivals of Showdown

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Beth Young

Reporter

A-GRADE cricket teams The Glen and BITS will fight it out tomorrow in an all-day match at Sun Valley starting at 10am.

The Glen captain Dan Williams said his team was going into the game with confidence.

He boldly suggested their opponents also bring their best game or C[pounds sterling]walk away with their tails between their legsC[yen].

BITS captain Jack Ramsden is looking forward to an C[pounds sterling]interesting gameC[yen].

C[pounds sterling]It'll be a close, exciting match.

C[pounds sterling]We're hoping there'll be some good runs made and some wickets taken.C[yen]

Both captains singled out players to watch.

The Glen's Jason Seng scored 153 not out against Yaralla last week, putting him in good stead for the upcoming game.

BITS' leading runscorer for the year, Dave Webber, is also expected to do well.

Ramsden added that bowlers Terry Sawyer and Josh Walters were also star players.

He said spectators were usually other cricket players and their families. …

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