Revenge the aim for CAW

CRICKET Albury-Wodonga star Robbie Jackson says his side will be seeking revenge in tomorrow’s blockbuster representative clash against Murray Valley at Barooga.

The small but powerful Murray Valley association — Katamatite and Katunga are among its 12 clubs — is aiming for three straight wins against CAW in the 50-over SCG Country Cup.

The winner will be crowned Riverina champion, making the knockout one-dayer even more important.

“The main aim for the boys is to get one back on these guys because they’ve embarrassed us the last couple of years,” Jackson said.

“If we play to our potential there’s no reason we can’t win.

“They have pulled our pants down both times.”

CAW named an updated squad yesterday but Victorian representative Liam Scammell is again unavailable after missing the Konica-Minolta Cup win against Queanbeyan.

The winner of tomorrow’s match, which starts at 10.30am, will book a spot in the quarter-finals.

CAW: Sam Drury, Trent Ball, Luke Restall, Robbie Jackson, James Tonkin (c), James Weighell, Ben Kohler-Cadmore, Ashan Ranaweera, Brendan Klein-Boonschate, Mark Butters, Cameron White, Dylan Beattie and Andrew Taylor, Ned McCormack.

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