ON TARGET: Brothers spinner Andy Kinnane lets rip against Westlawn. Photo: Bill North
ON TARGET: Brothers spinner Andy Kinnane lets rip against Westlawn. Photo: Bill North

Westlawn all spun out

SUPERB flight and turn from off-spinner Andy Kinnane in the Westlawn second innings helped Brothers to an outright victory in their round two clash.

The spinner, who has made the move up from second grade this season, bagged himself seven wickets in the second innings as Brothers dismissed Westlawn for 74.

The effort followed on the great work by Jack (six wickets) and Bill Weatherstone (four wickets) in the first innings when Westlawn was bundled out for 30.

"It still has not sunk in yet, I don't think," Kinnane said. "It has been great playing in first grade. It is definitely a bit different to seconds.

"Last year I found I was bowling them too quick so I was just trying to pull the pace off the ball and get my flight right up there.

"The ball got stuck a few times and I dragged a few down but you accept those."

Brothers' captain Jake Kroehnert said Kinnane was a welcomed addition to the side this season.

"He has been working hard on his bowling," he said.