Raiders on the right foot

TRARALGON and district cricketers will unpack the coloured clothes and white balls as round six heads into one day games to finish the first half of the season.

SECOND placed Raiders face fourth spot Centrals in the match of the round.

Fresh from a fortnight’s bye Raiders will be super confident after a stellar start to the season.

The Brad Knowles led outfit will be looking to Liam Maynard, Matt Dyke and Ross Whelpdale to have a big game in support of the skipper who has been on fire with the ball.

After starting the year with twin tons Mark Rawson will be keen to score big.

The loser of this clash stands little chance of playing finals.

CATS sit sixth and must win to keep in touch with the four.

Ben Julin must score big, while Dan Nicholls needs to get runs in a faltering batting card.

Imperials are seventh and face their first elimination final as a loss could see them three games off fourth.

Nat Campbell is in super form and Brett Chapman is starting to spend some time at the crease.

The reigning premier Glengarry has not set the season on fire but is hanging on in fifth spot, one game outside the four.

Sam Marks and grand final centurion Hayden Ross-Schultz are hitting some form, while the return of Steve Wright has been a huge bonus.

Rovers have been competitive but continue to fall short.

Dougal Williams, Fazz Hasan and Simon Duff need to fire up in this clash.

The Sharks are building momentum and boast a strong, talented side.

Greg Munro, Stu Anderson and Jordy Gilmore lead the batting in this star studded team.

Toongabbie had a morale boosting win last week; Jason Veneman and Michael Dunn hit form and will need repeat efforts.

THE top of the table Tigers face the bottom placed Eagles in a mismatch.

Gormandale will enjoy the one day format with consistently high run rates this season.

Brad Wadlan and Will Cheatley will be looking at some big hitting.

The West needs to win the toss and bowl first for this game to go the distance.

Tim Fitch will be hard to dismiss in good form.