Unbeaten sides ready to go head-to-head in Gunnedah first grade cricket

LEADING BOWLER: Farran Lamb claimed five scalps for Court House last week.

LEADING BOWLER: Farran Lamb claimed five scalps for Court House last week.

GUNNEDAH’S first grade cricketers should be keyed up for Saturday as two undefeated teams go head-to-head while two winless teams square off.

Court House and Albion will compete at Wolseley Park while the Kookaburras and Mornington line up at Kitchener Park.

Court House is coming off successive outright wins in the first two rounds of two-day fixtures, while Albion is coming off an outright victory against Mornington.

Mornington is coming off successive outright defeats, while the Kookaburras are coming off an innings defeat after flopping for 48 and 46 against Court House.

Court House skipper Matt Brady said after last Saturday’s win that there was a good vibe among his team.

“All the young fellows are bubbling on the field; enjoying it,” he said.

Kookaburras captain Paddy Paul meanwhile hoped his team’s batting would improve after he described it as “very sub-standard at the moment”.

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