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Top spot up for grabs in cricket

FOUR rounds into the Grampians Cricket Association season, every team has been beaten and officials are excited to see an even competition.
Nanjing Night Net

Youth Club youngster Jarrod Illig in action.

For many seasons it has been Swifts/Great Western and Tatyoon battling for top spot and right now it is there for the taking.

Youth Club will look to bounce back when they take on Chalambar, after suffering their first loss for the season last week.

The Clubbers would have been disappointed with their performance last weekend, being dismissed after 23 overs.

Apart from Steve LeGassick’s 10 runs at the top of the order and Angus Barham’s 12 at the tail, Youth Club did little with the bat scoring just 51 runs.

Peter Barnett continues to show he was a worthy recruit as he was the best of the bowlers taking 2/26 on what was a difficult day for the bowlers.

Chalambar are still looking for their first win in the competition after their best chance went begging against Pomonal.

It was a low scoring affair between the two bottom placed teams and Chalambar would want to respond better this week.

Their top order is yet to make a substantial amount of runs and against Youth Club’s bowling attack, it could be the same story all over again.

Swifts/Great Western will take on Aradale, who are coming back from the bye.

The Swifts/Great Western bowling attack was led by Marc Brilliant last week at Central Park. Brilliant created carnage on his way to a six wicket haul and Tom Eckel also bowled well in his limited overs taking 2/7.

Aradale batsmen will have the difficult task of facing these bowlers when their confidence is sky high.

It is not just their bowlers who seem on top, but batsman Travis Nicholson has also found form after his knock of 77 not out.

Nicholson missed the first game of the season and then took two games to settle, but once he finds the middle of the bat, he is genuinely consistent when it comes to putting runs on the board.

Matt Stasse is arguably Aradale’s most exciting player with both bat and ball and will be important for Aradale if they are to be competitive.

Pomonal scored their first win last weekend and will take confidence into their clash with Tatyoon.

Tatyoon lost to Buangor in convincing fashion last weekend, proving they can be beaten by anyone in the competition.

Tatyoon will no doubt come out firing after their recent performance.

Pomonal’s skipper Lee Oliver will give Adnan Rasheed plentyof opportunity to take wickets after he delivered the goods in their win. Rasheed took 5/13 to be Pomonal’s best.

Buangor, who hold down top spot at present, have the bye this round.

Tomorrow’s draw:

A GRADE

Chalambar v Youth Club (Alexandra Oval – T McKinnis)

Swifts/Great Western v Aradale (Central Park – P Harris)

Pomonal v Tatyoon (Pomonal – D Hey)

B GRADE

Swifts/Great Western v Pomonal (Great Western – G Miller)

St Andrews v Halls Gap (A Farish)

Rhymney/Moyston v Navarre (Alexandra Oval Sunday – A Farish)

C GRADE

Willaura v Chalambar (Willaura)

Youth Club v Navarre (North Park)

Aradale v Pomonal (Aradale)

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