GUN Lavington all-rounder Liam Scammell says this year’s Provincial competition is the tightest he can remember.
Scammell, Cricket Albury-Wodonga’s Country Week star, said the four teams left in the competition were all capable of going all the way.
“It’s the most even competition I can remember,” Scammell said.
“Even Wodonga, who just missed finals, was as good as the teams left in it.”
Scammell said all 11 Panthers’ players had to perform in their preliminary final against North Albury this weekend.
“These games are probably going to be decided on what each team’s bottom players can give you,” he said.
“Every team has a good spread of quality players who will probably cancel each other out.”
Scammell said Lavington would take plenty of confidence out of its last-round win against fellow flag hopeful Tallangatta.
But they shouldn’t get carried away.
“In finals, anything can happen,” he said.