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May 6, 2021

Cricket going well for Bruns-Mullum

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cricket-alstonville-brunsBrunswick Mullum’s Lachlan Stubbings spanked a six off Jack Scarlett’s bowling, but spooned this next ball up to be dismissed in his mid-twenties. The close game went to top-of-the-table Alstonville leaving Bruns/Mullum doing well at third spot in the fourth grade comp. Photo ‘Jeff ‘Spank me again’ Dawson.

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