At some point or another throughout the Griffith District Cricket Association season, all the players in the table-topping Coro Cougars side have chipped in.
In recent times, it has been the bowlers who have taken most of the burden.
The tail has saved Coro in the last two rounds of first grade and captain Haydn Pascoe would now like to see the top order lighten the load for the bowlers.
“Hopefully the boys up the top of the order can get a few runs so we're not relying on the tail so much,” he said.
“In saying that, it’s good to know the tail can wag if we need it to.”
The Cougars will take on the Leagues Club Panthers – who are licking their wounds after a loss to Hanwood – at Exies No. 2.
Coro come into the match with eight straight wins to its name.
The only blemish since round two for the Cougars was a loss in the final of the Don Coleman Twenty20 Shield against Diggers.
The match starts at 1pm.
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