BATTING ON: Wanderers batsman Liam Jones in action.
BATTING ON: Wanderers batsman Liam Jones in action.

Grand final spot at stake

By TONY WHITE

twhite@dailyexaminer.com.au

THE Lower Clarence cricket final between defending premiers United and Wanderers has been transferred from Barry Watts Oval to Iluka Oval today.

The winner of the match will progress to the grand final against Yamba at Yamba Oval next Saturday.

United have a full strength line-up apart from Shane Many who who is unavailable and has been replaced by tall right arm bowler Aaron Flavell.

"We've got a near full strength side and I'm expecting Brett Jones to dominate the finals series with his aggressive stroke play," Clark said. "Luke Many with his all round skill and Michael Essex with his spin are our key players."

Wanderers, captained by the talented Darryl Simmons, have talent throughout their team and are considered dangerous opponents.

"Darryl is obviously a threat," Clark conceded. "He's a fine cricketer. If we can contain him we are in with a good show.

"We're keen to get the chance to defend our title."



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