Neil Fearby hits out for Inglewood against Warwick Hotel Colts last Sunday.
Neil Fearby hits out for Inglewood against Warwick Hotel Colts last Sunday. GERARD WALSH

Teams ready for semi-final

INGLEWOOD bowler Neil Fearby will be the trump card in the major semi-final against RSL Diggers at Slade Park on Sunday.

Fearby is also more than useful in the batting department. Garth Miller and Nick Campbell could come together at the batting crease to add a big partnership.

The Diggers side will be relying on Jamie Saunders and Jeff Morris to get their side off to a good start.

Diggers all-rounder Chris McEvoy is going to play a major role in the game with his accurate deliveries and well disguised changes of pace with his bowling.

Wheatvale batsman Chris Malone appears to be the main obstacle stopping Maryvale-Condamine progressing to the knockout final.

Paul Cantwell is also in good form with the ball. Maryvale paceman Mark Steketee has the ability to pick up early wickets with his terrifying pace.

Luke Cullen could add some handy runs for the Maryvale side at the Queens Park turf. The loser of this game is finished for the season.

In reserve grade Laurie Wagner and Tony Morrisey will be aiming for a big total against the Carey Meateors at Queens Park.

In the other reserve grade game at Mayhew Oval, Mark Grayson and Jason Fritz will be trying to find form against the Criterion CSD side before the finals begin.

In the event of rain, the Slade Park game will be moved to Hamilton Oval, the Queens park game to the Queens Park synthetic and the reserve-grade match to Dunning Oval.



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