the wonder kids
CRICKET: The decision by the Clarence River Cricket Association to take a week off all cricket action for the Sheffield Shield clash in tribute of Phillip Hughes at Coffs Harbour last weekend has pushed a big reset button on the top grade competition.
Momentum leading into this weekend's semi-finals clashes could be forgone as teams get a fresh tilt at making their grand final dreams a reality.
With the rising pool of talented juniors making their way in the Premier League competition sides will be looking to utilise their skill, talent and 'no fear' attitude to be game changers today.
Coutts Crossing's Eli Fahey along with Harwood's Harrison Nicholson are leading the charge of juniors rising rapidly through the ranks and will be linchpins for their respective sides.
The promotion of Fahey to a regular spot in their Premier League side was a masterstroke from Coutts Crossing as the 14-year-old has gone from strength to strength this season.
Whereas Nicholson has become a rock at the top for Harwood.