HITTING BACK: Nana Glen will want an improved bowling effort when the side meets Diggers today.
HITTING BACK: Nana Glen will want an improved bowling effort when the side meets Diggers today. Solitary Images

Nana Glen aims for quick rebound

NANA Glen enters the first two-day match of the season with a new form line under its belt.

For the first time this summer, the competition leaders will head into a contest having lost its previous match.

And returning to the winner's list won't be an easy task as they face a Diggers team refreshed from last week's bye.

Although he'd rather the loss didn't happen, Nana Glen skipper Justin Saker said there might be a silver lining to not getting the points against Sawtell last week.

"It was a good reality check,” Saker said.

"We didn't do a lot of the basics right last week, especially in the field.

"We've had a couple of good training sessions where we've worked on that and hopefully we can get back on track.”

In the other first grade clash this afternoon, Sawtell plays host to Dorrigo.

After losing two of their opening three matches of the season, Sawtell has bounced back to be undefeated since and is now only two points away from the top of the table.

Meanwhile, Coffs Harbour's representative team has been drawn to meet Tweed next weekend in the McDonald's Country Cup quarter-final.

The Coffs team is just one win away from reaching the finals stage, to be played at Grafton between Christmas and the new year.

TODAY'S MATCHES

Nana Glen v Diggers

Sawtell v Dorrigo

LADDER

Nana Glen 31

Sawtell 29

Coffs Colts 16

Diggers 15

Dorrigo 9



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