The Macleay Valley Cricket Association first grade competition will return to one-day matches this weekend after two rounds of Twenty20 matches were played last Saturday.
Rovers will take on Stuarts Point/Eungai in a third versus fourth match up while the competition leaders Nulla will look to earn revenge against the second placed South West Rocks, who they have suffered two defeats against this year.
However, Nulla are arguably in their best form of the season after they demolished Rovers and Stuarts Point/Eungai in their Twenty20 matches last Saturday.
Troy Ward and Angus Crotty did the majority of the damage for Nulla as they lifted their bats to celebrate a century of runs.
Ward reached 111 before he was dismissed in Nulla’s round eight match with Rovers before Crotty backed up his 60 against Rovers with an unbeaten 119 against Stuarts Point/Eungai in round nine.
A win for Nulla will put them in a great position to claim the minor premiership, however a loss would result in South West Rocks and Rovers being hot on their tails.
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