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Cumming happy with change

GIVEN Brothers' form with the bat last weekend, Craig Cumming's more restrained approach may be a necessity.

With Cumming absent on South Queensland duty, Brothers were bowled out for 50 by Laidley in 20.1 overs.

That came after the Blue Dogs had piled on 3-295 from their 50 overs.

Only one Brothers batsman, and none of the top six, reached double figures.

"There's a couple of batsmen there, like Dicko (Luke Dixon) and Jake (Sarra)," Cumming said.

"It would be good to have them build an innings."

Despite the hiding, Brothers remain second on the Ipswich Logan Premier League ladder and Cumming has no regrets about his decision to leave the team he captained to consecutive grand finals.

"I get along with the guys at Brothers really well," Cumming said. "You always need a change."

Topics:  brothers, ipswich logan premier league, laidley blue dogs




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