Coro vs Leagues for place in decider

CONTROL: Reece Matheson played the role of a steady head in Leagues' one-day final win against Coro last weekend. PHOTO: Liam Warren

CONTROL: Reece Matheson played the role of a steady head in Leagues' one-day final win against Coro last weekend. PHOTO: Liam Warren

CORO and Leagues will face off again this weekend – this time for a chance to go straight through to the two-day grand final.

The two sides faced off in a nail-biting one-day grand final with Leagues coming out on top last week.

Coro captain Haydn Pascoe is hopeful his side will be on the winning side of another close encounter.

“We have to bat and bowl well like any week,” he said.

“Our problem on Saturday was we were a bit flat in the field. It can be a long two days if we are like that again.”

For Leagues Reece Matheson lead the way with a determined 44 not out which steered his side over the line. 

Pascoe knows his wicket will be key.

“Reece batted really well on Sunday,” he said

“It was good to see a 15-year-old with so much composure in a final like that.

“They have a pretty handy top order, so if we are able to knock them over cheaply, that will put us in a good position.”

In the four games played this season Leagues have a 4-1 advantage.

Our problem on Saturday was we were a bit flat in the field. - Haydn Pascoe

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