Dederang captain Andrew Creamer says D-Day is fast approaching.
“Probably not tomorrow (Saturday against Mount Beauty), but there’s a couple of games pretty soon,” he said.
Dederang sits a win outside the top six and if it pushes through to finals, it will deserve it given it faces four contenders.
After Mt Beauty, it meets Barnawartha-Chiltern, Yackandandah and Corowa.
“We probably haven’t really put in a good game with the bat and ball together,” Creamer said of his unpredictable outfit.
“We usually do one well and not the other, I think we bowled pretty well against Baranduda to restrict them to that (8-177), but we didn’t bat really well.”
We probably haven’t really put in a good game with the bat and ball together. We usually do one well and not the other.Andrew Creamer
The runaway leaders ripped through Dederang’s batting to have it 6-30, although the home team worked its way to 126.
Elsewhere, Corowa is coming off a thumping win and is away to Yackandandah, Barnawartha-Chiltern hosts Kiewa, Baranduda should retain its long unbeaten run against Eskdale, while Howlong travels to Bethanga.
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