Dogodo Bau (45), Lega Siaka, (41), Tony Ura (35) and Mahuru Dai (29) scored the bulk of the runs for the Barras, who were all bowled out inside 83 overs.Joel Logan was the top bowler for the NT Strike, taking 5/41 off his 18.1 overs bowled.NT Strike were left a 1/3 at stumps after Nic Cowling (1) was caught and bowled off the last ball of the day by Chad Soper.Day two of the match is underway.
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