Gillespie pleased with Barras

first_imgThe Barras fell short by 32 runs in their opening match to Eastern Edge last Saturday, but bounced back the next day to edge out Western Grit by three wickets.“Bowling was decent. The lads had plans that they implemented well and the fielding was quite good although we identified that our boundary fielding could have had more urgency.“All tour we have spoken about big partnerships and someone getting a big score. Mahuru Dai was brilliant and was well supported,” said Gillespie.  The Barras will play their last two matches of the SACA Premier League this weekend against Southern Force on Saturday, and then Northern Mavericks on Sunday.last_img

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