A new star is emerging at Osborne in the form of teenage opener Jack Glanvill.
The 16-year-old has been facing the new ball with distinction this season, making 129 runs at an average of 43, with only four players in the competition out-scoring him after six rounds.
Glanvill started 2021/22 with 53 against The Rock-Yerong Creek and carried his bat for an unbeaten 47 in last Saturday's nine-wicket win over Culcairn.
"Jack's coming along nicely," Osborne president Darren Howard said.
"He's only 16 years old and he's been opening the batting for us.
"He's only young but he's got a lot of potential, he's very talented and he's bowling some off-spin as well.
"Jack's been a big bonus for us this year."
Osborne captain Ed Perryman leads the batting charts with 223 runs at 111.5 including two half-centuries in five games.
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In the league's final round of the year, fourth-placed Osborne is away to Walla on Saturday in a game Howard knows will test his side.
"Walla are very hard to score runs against, they don't give you any loose balls and they're good in the field," he said.
"It'll be a really tough game and especially down there, it'll be pretty hard to get over the line but we'll give it a shot."
Joe Perryman returns to the side although Nick Perryman (harvest) is unavailable.
Elsewhere, something has to give when Lockhart and Holbrook meet at Rand, with both sides still winless.
The Rock-Yerong Creek hosts Henty and Brock-Burrum is away to Culcairn.
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