Is there a more underrated player than St Patrick's Kori Stevenson?
He's claimed 34 wickets and also snared eight at T20 level.
Stevenson also has 348 runs at 31.6.
But what makes that stat even more impressive is that the right-hander had just 32 runs at Christmas.
Since then he's struck 95 not out against Lavington, 61 and unbeaten knocks (39 and 43) against Belvoir and East Albury respectively.
Wodonga's Jack Craig needs only another 119 runs to become the greatest single-season run-scorer in the association's 161-year history.
Craig has 793 runs at 50-over level and 121 at T20, combining for 914 runs at 50.8
Team-mate Robbie Jackson holds the record with 1032 at 79.38 in 2013-14.
Craig has at least one more chance to break the mark with his team hosting St Pat's in Saturday's semi-final.
Depending on other results, it could be sudden death.
The importance of snaring catches was underlined in Lavington's home win over Wodonga.
Daryl Tuffey and Nathan Brown were dropped within 10 minutes at gully, costing the visitors around 50 runs.
It wasn't all one way though.
Ryan Brown was pumped to get a crack at rep team-mate Jack Craig, who edged the first ball to slip where Brown's brother Nathan, who's normally a reliable slipper, dropped a sitter.
Ryan is a fiery quick, so it took a while for the friction to ease.
TIMING IS EVERYTHING
Meanwhile, Lavington players also had to bide their time when Craig was on fire.
"Daryl Tuffey has been spruiking that he hasn't been hit for six this year," coach Sam O'Connor said.
"Jack then put him halfway towards the velodrome, so his ego would have been dented after that.
"It probably wasn't the time to say anything the way Jack was going and we had to keep our minds on the job.
"But once the game was over, he (Tuffey) started copping it straight away."
We hear they didn't go easy on the ex-Test quick.
BACK IN TOWN
North Albury's Brendan Simmons returned to form in the 94-run thumping of St Patrick's.
Simmons was one of the form players early, racking up five 50-over half-centuries by round 10.
But the classy left-hander had lost form, posting a highest score of 20 in his previous seven innings prior to top-scoring with 61 against the Patties.
The club has won seven of its past nine games, falling to Lavington (like everyone) and Wodonga in round 14.
It will start strong favourities at home against Belvoir.
The association will enter a different era this weekend.
The semi-finals are on Saturday, with the preliminary finals on Sunday.
In previous years, the matches were played on successive weekends, so teams had a week to prepare, but clubs might not know who they play the next day until around 7pm.
It will also be interesting to see how the quicks recover.
As minor premiers, Lavington is the only team guaranteed a preliminary final berth, but if a member of its pace battery pulls up sore, it might open the door.
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