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  • Bulls sweep Twenty20

    POMBORNEIT continued its winning run by taking out South West Cricket’s Fonterra Cup Twenty20 title on Saturday.

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  • Bulls remain undefeated

    POMBORNEIT is gearing up for its biggest test yet after adding its sixth win against Cobden at Cobden Recreation Reserve.

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  • Local clubs produce results

    BOOKAAR, Camperdown and Pomborneit all recorded victories in the latest round of South West Cricket action on Saturday.

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  • Pelicans too good for Noorat

    BOOKAAR skipper Simon Baker believes his side’s win-loss record to start to the year is not a reflection of the way they have been playing.

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  • Pelicans dismantle Lakers

    BOOKAAR handed Camperdown another heavy defeat, winning by 195 runs during round seven of South West Cricket’s division one season.

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  • Bulls too good for Rebels

    POMBORNEIT captain Mick Townsend was happy with his side’s seven wicket victory over Heytesbury Rebels but admits he would like the Bulls higher placed on the ladder.

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  • Pelicans and Lakers fall

    BOOKAAR quickly came crashing back to earth after last weekend’s defeat of reigning premier Mortlake, with a four wicket loss to Terang.

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  • Bulls pounce on Lakers

    BRAD Hillman knew it wasn’t just any other game on the weekend and stood up when it mattered most as his side recorded an eight wicket victory over Camperdown on Saturday.

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  • Pelicans top Pombo

    A STRONG bowling display from Bookaar underlined their round two victory as they defeated Pomborneit by five wickets at the Camperdown Showgrounds.

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  • Local clubs endure tough round

    CAMPERDOWN skipper Steven Fisher admits he was ‘pretty happy’ with his side’s performance on Saturday despite losing by four wickets against Noorat.

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