Border Bullets belt Murrumbidgee Rangers by seven wickets

Andrew Moir
Updated December 5 2021 - 5:55pm, first published 4:23pm
TIGHT SPELL: Border Bullets' opening bowler Jarryd Hatton formed part of the miserly attack as the Murrumbidgee Rangers posted 101 in the Regional Bash. Picture: LIAM WARREN - THE AREA NEWS
TIGHT SPELL: Border Bullets' opening bowler Jarryd Hatton formed part of the miserly attack as the Murrumbidgee Rangers posted 101 in the Regional Bash. Picture: LIAM WARREN - THE AREA NEWS

Border Bullets' co-coach Trent Ball says the Sydney Cricket Ground is the number one focus with selectors facing a tough week after a clinical win against Murrumbidgee Rangers in the Regional Bash on Sunday.

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Andrew Moir

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