WINNING: Brent Chambers hit the winning runs for the Bulls against the Rebels.
WINNING: Brent Chambers hit the winning runs for the Bulls against the Rebels. Adam McCleery

Bulls get another win

THE Bulls will remain on the top of the Mundubbera and Gayndah cricket ladder on net run rate after defeating the Rebels in Gayndah at the weekend.

The game came down to the final overs with three runs needed off the last ten balls with only a handful of wickets left to achieve it.

The Rebels managed to take a couple of quick wickets to put the result in doubt monetarily, before the Bulls hit the winning runs with a boundary.

Bulls Captain Mitch Kirk said everyone in his team played well to get the result they needed and was unaware that his team were atop the ladder.

"The young guys have been coming through and having a go which is always good to see,” Kirk said.

The next round will begin on Saturday, October 15 when the Colts play the Wanderers and the Rebels will play the Stingers while the Bulls get a well earned bye week to rest up.


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