It's gun batting against miserly bowling

Lavington's Nathan Brown has snared 11 wickets after only five games.
Lavington's Nathan Brown has snared 11 wickets after only five games.

The association’s most prodigious scoring team will face the most miserly attack on Saturday.

Lavington is home to North Albury in a battle of top four teams.

North has posted 1050 runs in the five games, which is a superb achievement given there’s been only T20 and one-day matches.

Captain Ash Borella is the leading run-scorer with 328.

Wodonga is the next highest team on 939.

Lavington’s attack, just like last year, has been outstanding.

The Panthers have conceded only 594 runs at just under 120 per innings.

The club boasts the top two leading wicket-takers in spinner Will Heriot and paceman Nathan Brown, who have 11 apiece.

Tallangatta is next with 712.

Tallangatta has been a perennial finalist, but it needs to find form away to Albury after posting just the one win.

And in the other game, Wodonga Raiders host East Albury.