Dig­gers jig­ging a sun dance

The Coffs Coast Advocate - - SPORT -

IF THERE’S no play pos­si­ble in this week­end’s fi­nal be­tween Nana Glen and Dig­gers, Nana Glen will progress through to next week’s grand fi­nal.

The rea­son for this is sim­ply be­cause Nana Glen team fin­ished higher on the lad­der.

For this rea­son Dig­gers cap­tain Alex Byrne hopes his team gets a chance to at least have a crack.

“It’s not nice be­ing knocked out by a washout,” Byrne said.

Byrne did ad­mit though that he found it hard to see how there would be enough play at the Coffs Coast Sport and Leisure Park con­sid­er­ing.

“On Wed­nes­day I saw some pics of where we’ll be play­ing this week and it was un­der wa­ter,” he said.

Sawtell awaits the vic­tor in the sea­son de­cider but Byrne hopes to play, even if it’s on a green top.

“If we do get on, I think it will prob­a­bly ad­van­tage us a bit more. It (a damp wicket) might nul­lify a few of their bats­men,” he said.

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