The unlikelihood of overseas imports playing the upcoming season due to COVID-19 restrictions could rob the association of one of its best players of the past four seasons.
Tallangatta's Sahib Malhotra has created an astonishing record since debuting for the Bushies in January, 2017.
Malhotra played only 38 games, not including T20s or a lower grade match as he spent some time back in his native India, but he compiled an incredible 1536 runs at the remarkable average of 73.
The classy right-hander struck three tons and 14 half-centuries in only 28 innings, a terrific strike rate of at least 50 in more than half his knocks.
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The former Indian under 19 squad member posted his highest score of 135 against Albury in his second season.
"Not having the option of overseas players will be difficult," Tallangatta coach Matt Armstrong admitted.