Hanwood fighting with Leagues for fourth place in GDCA second grade

BEST FIGURES: Angus Kennedy stood out for Coro in their last game.
BEST FIGURES: Angus Kennedy stood out for Coro in their last game.

After a general bye last weekend, second-grade cricket gets back underway this weekend as sides look to ensure their place inside the top four heading into the final five rounds of the regular season.

The key match-up in the battle for position this weekend will see Hanwood take on Leagues at Exies No 2. The sides are currently only separated by six points having swapped positions following round 12.

If the Panthers were able to defeat Hanwood, there is a chance they could jump up to third if Coro loses their game to second-placed Exies at West End Oval as those sides battle over second spot currently separated by 10 points. 

The final game of the round gives Diggers an excellent opportunity to maintain their dominance which has seen them only drop two games this season as they travel to Yenda to take on the Jets and already hold a 12-point advantage over Exies who beat them last time out.