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University hope Bird brothers Aaron and Luke can unite

SPEAR HEAD: Fast bowler Aaron Bird in action for NSW. Picture: Getty ImagesUNIVERSITY are hopeful former NSW fast bowler Aaron Bird will spearhead their attack on Sunday week when they meet Merewether in round four of the SCG Country Cup.
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A clearance has been lodged with the Newcastle District Cricket Association for Bird to join University, which is captained by his younger brother Luke.

On Wednesday the clearance was still pending from Bird’s Sydney grade club, Bankstown. Bankstown secretary Marty Klumpp told the Newcastle Herald he expected it to be finalised shortly.

Last season Uni unsuccessfully attempted to sign the 31-year-old for a Twenty20 semi-final against Wests. The NDCA management committee blocked the move because the veteran of six Sheffield Shield, 25one-day and 12T20 games for the Blues had not played any qualifying games.

Due to his career as a real estate agent Bird has been restricted to just six T20 games for Bankstown this season.

He remains involved with Bankstown as a bowling coach.

Bird’s work is also expected to limit his appearances for Uni to just Sunday cricket.

That would allow the right-arm quick to potentially play in the next two SCG Cup rounds and a T20 game in January.

If available to play against Merewether in their December 14 match at University Oval, it would set up a mouth-watering battle between two former Sheffield Shield fast bowlers in Bird and Mark Cameron.

‘‘It would be good to have [Aaron] Bird bowling at each end, but we’ll have to see,’’ Luke Bird said. ‘‘At the moment Timmy Prescott and Grant Stewart are doing a good job with the new rock.’’

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