Jason SavageBEAUTY Point will be without star allrounder Jason Savage for its important third versus fourth clash against Legana tomorrow when the Tasmanian Cricket League A-grade roster resumes for round 7 matches.
Savage is unavailable because of work, leaving a hole in the Beauty Point line-up.
Savage leads the league’s allrounder statistics this season having scored 278 runs and taken 23 wickets.
He is the competition’s leading wicket-taker, heads the bowling averages, is second for aggregate runs and third in batting averages.
The two teams are equal on 22 points with the winner moving a game clear in third spot behind Trevallyn and Longford. Both had comfortable seven-wicket victories in the last round.
ACL takes on Longford at Brooks High with a revised line-up with former captain-coach Scott Bennett returning to the club as playing coach.
Longford went down to Trevallyn in the clash of the two top teams before the break, costing it top spot.
Captain-coach Brett Martin put the loss down to players being ”in Christmas mode” and said his side was keen to start the second part of the season with a win against ACL.
UNI-MOWBRAY will have a depleted side for its clash against Hadspen at University Oval.
Coach Jack Whelan said up to five players were unavailable, making the Tigers’ task of gaining a much-needed win more difficult.
Shane Evans, Damien Martin, Dave Barrett and Richard Austen will miss with Bill Eustace one of the likely promotions to fill the gaps.
DIGGERS face top-of-the-table Trevallyn at Riverside, looking to improve its batting performances after being dismissed for under 100 in its past two matches.
A-reserve batsman Shane Brown has been promoted with Zach Rodan unavailable.
Captain-coach Brent Kettle said his batsmen had to put more value on their wickets.
Trevallyn will have one change with Alby Letter coming in for the unavailable Dale McNulty
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