Congratulations to the Roosters boys, both ones and twos making the granny. Not much the committee and the coach can do now. It's all up to the players.Ur Sumation of Fletcher is pretty much on the mark. Karma may have bit him on the bum, he was run out by one of the young kids going for a third. Young kid went on to bat well. As for us we finally batted out our overs and poster a decent score. The seabrook boys left as quick as they come playing some big shots early. The only bats that applied themselves were the two 14 year olds.
In the twos I notice you got Fraczec for four. That was a good get. Should be a great game coming up as I believe both Roosters and Seddon are evenly matched. Both sides have a tight bowling attack with excellent economy rates. The Roosters have one stand out bowler in Nolten who picked up two wickets in the semi. He shouldn't be disappointed with that as he has good back up from the rest of the bowlers. I like the way he goes about his cricket as he sets the example by leading from the front.
I notice he batted at 5 in the semi and made 4. I'm thinking he should bat further down as that little step to leg just before he strikes the ball could find him out against the newer ball. On the other hand Seddon have Davies whom has had an excellent season with the ball and is the leading wicket taker of the comp with 38 wkts. Should be very interesting.
In regards to Seddon, I think they bat well.Rae and Kakulapati with averages of 13 and 18 respectively need to understand that batting at 4 and 5 respectively places a huge responsibility on there shoulders. Those two need to stand up in the Granny which I'm sure they will.
I wish both clubs the best. Who can score two hundred should win it. Patience at the crease is what is required when the bowling is tight. Looks like SCC blew up when they lost Fraczek cheaply.