Form is impossible to predict in two-day competition.CHALPAT SONTI January 23, 2013 4:46am
Will he or won't he? Seymour's Jac Smith-Williams is uncertain whether to run after hitting the ball to Nagambie's Luke Nolan. The fielder's brother Mark and wicketkeeper Matt Deane watch on.
If there’s one thing this season’s Seymour District Cricket Association two-day competition has shown, it’s that it’s almost impossible to predict form.
And it continued as another round of games started on Saturday. How else to explain the fine efforts of Tallarook and Eastern Hill, both missing several key players, against finals contenders? Or another capitulation by Seymour against Nagambie? And what about that pitch at Broadford, where 17 wickets fell but Broadford have cemented their top-of-the-table ranking and could yet again press for an elusive outright?
Read about all the action in this week’s Telegraph.
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