Country Wests captain Mat Fleming is frustrated by ATW batsman Sean Stuchbery in the match at Salter Oval yesterday.
Country Wests captain Mat Fleming is frustrated by ATW batsman Sean Stuchbery in the match at Salter Oval yesterday.

Horror run for Twenty20 kings

COUNTRY Wests frustrating start to the 2009 Bundaberg Cricket Association season continued yesterday with another loss to in-form Across the Waves.

Mat Fleming’s men slumped to yet another loss in the two-day series with Waves securing a first-innings win.

“It’s pretty disappointing at the moment,” Fleming said.

“We haven’t been able to get it done again.”

Wests opened the batting on Saturday and only managed a paltry 217 runs against Waves bowling attack.

Across the Waves went to stumps on the first day 1-70 and continued its momentum yesterday, finishing with 306.

Wests held on yesterday afternoon to prevent an another outright victory.



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