Mitch Waters of Across The Waves living dangerously while facing Mitch Sartori of Brothers in Saturday’s showdown.
Mitch Waters of Across The Waves living dangerously while facing Mitch Sartori of Brothers in Saturday’s showdown. Rob Barich

Brothers bounce the weak Waves

CRICKET: As many as seven regular first-graders were out of action for Across The Waves on Saturday, and Brothers’ big-guns took full advantage.

Brendan and Trent Prossliner, Liam Denning, Sean Stuchberry, Nathan Sardansky, Curtis Janke and Miles Donavon were all absent and it showed when Boyd Williams and Mitch Sartori grabbed the new rock and made instant inroads.

Sartori was getting some serious hoop, and it was enough to bring him four wickets before lunch and leave Waves in tatters.

Only young captain Zac Keune stood up, chancing his arm to reach 45 before a questionable lbw decision went against him.

A total of 114 was never enough, and Adam Rayner (107 off 52) and David Boge (90no) ensured it was not.



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