The quarter-finals of Goulburn Murray Cricket's Twenty20 competition starts tomorrow night.ZACH HUBBER December 12, 2012 4:06am
The quarter-finals of Goulburn Murray Cricket’s Twenty20 competition start tomorrow night, with some intriguing match-ups set to decide which teams advance to the semi-finals.
An undefeated Echuca will host Tongala, with the home side boasting the highest run-scorer of the series in Taylor Beard (85 runs).
Echuca will want to make up for its round one defeat against the Blues in the one-day format, which saw the visitors win by seven wickets at Victoria Park.
Top-of-the-table Fire Brigade will host eighth-placed Bamawm-Lockington United, Stanhope will travel to Moama and Cooma will host Rochester United.
Moama has recorded two wins from two after 22 and 51-run wins against Echuca South and Bunnaloo respectively, while United also goes into its clash undefeated after chasing down Rochester Tigers and BLU’s totals.
Girgarre, Rushworth, Bunnaloo, Tigers and South all missed a finals berth.
All matches will start at 5.15pm, with the semi-finals and final to be played on Saturday, December 22 at Rochester.
Semi-final one will see two v three at Rochester Recreation Reserve, while one v four is at Windridge Oval, both at noon.
The respective winners will play the final at Windridge Oval at 3.30pm, with the champion to receive $700 and the runner-up $300.
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