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Brothers still wait to break duck

BROTHERS remain winless in the Ipswich Logan Premier League Twenty20 competition after their match against leaders Alberton was washed out on Monday night.

The washout means Brothers go into the Christmas break without a breakthrough win with the club on a bye for this weekend's round and remain the only team yet to record a victory in the competition.

The Brothers players will remain off the pitch until January 14 when taking on the undefeated Laidley.

Two games will be played at Ivor Marsden Ovals 1and 3 with Swifts taking on Laidley while Central Districts will face Eastern Taipans. Northsiders take on Alberton at Baxter Oval.

Topics:  brothers cricket club, ipswich logan premier league, twenty20 cricket




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