Harwood look to build

By ADRIAN MILLER

amiller@dailyexaminer.com.au

HARWOOD Hilton will be looking for quick runs today as they hope to post a competitive total against GI Tucabia-Copmanhurst in their Banana- coast Community Credit Union Premier League season opener. Harwood's batsmen had compiled 122 runs for the loss of only five wickets when bad light stopped play with 14 overs left to bowl last week. Opener's Geoff Simmons, 47, and Ed Munday, 12, opened the day with a 41-run partnership for Harwood, while Craig Moran also batted well to be not out 24 at stumps. For Tucabia the pick of the bowlers was Na- than Adamson, who finished with 2-37 from 14 overs, while Brett Paxton, 1-24 and Damien Rouse 1-19 also bowled well. Harwood captain Tim McMahon said his bat-

ters would be looking to build on last week's total and push it closer to the 200 mark. "We just need a steady start and not to lose n Continued: P42.



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