Warden's last time

BROTHERS captain David Boge has hinted that Mick Warden may be one game away from pulling up stumps in his Bundaberg cricket career, at least for the time being.

The Brothers talent has been threatening to call it a day for some time now, but Boge said the Gladstone man will soon be focusing on his new takeaway food business.

This weekend's two-game match against Across The Waves (ATW) is touted as his “last hurrah”.

Warden has not played yet this season for Brothers, but it is common knowledge around Salter Oval that he was bound to return for big games such as this weekend's grand final replay.

“They've always brought players back like that, so we're used to it, we've never done it but they can do what they like,” ATW captain Brendan Prossliner, who has recovered from back soreness, said.

“I'm definitely looking forward to scoring runs, and against the fish (Brothers) it's always a little sweeter.”

Prossliner's brother, Trent, was also injured in last Sunday's representative game, but he too will be at 100% come Saturday.

Waves will be without Wide Bay reps Liam Denning, Zac Keune and Chris Duff, but Prossliner is confident he still has the troops to get the points.



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