Cricketers line up for the RapidClean New England Twenty20 Big Bash final

Guyra's Jake Ellis.
Guyra's Jake Ellis.

A host of Guyra cricketers will search for trophy glory when the final of the RapidClean New England Twenty20 Big Bash begins this Friday at 8pm. 

Um, Yep.

Um, Yep.

Kyle Taylor, Justin McKay, Ben Jackson and Matt Jackson will line up for Um, Yep while Jake Ellis, BJ Cameron and Charlie Keen suit up for Sportspower.

Um, Yep enter the final with only one loss – at the hands of Sportspower. The first match of the evening at 5.30pm will be between Ray White Rural-Cressbrook Merino in a battle for third and fourth place. 

In round three last Friday at the Sportsground, the first game of the night from 5.30pm saw the ladder leaders, Sportspower, face Ray White-Cressbrook Merino. 

Batting first, Ray White-Cressbrook Merino finished their innings at 3-85. 


Sportspower managed to chase down their opponents total easily to finish the first three rounds undefeated. 

In the second game, Rossbuild opened the batting against Um, Yep and fell apart. 

Um, Yep tore through their line-up for less than 80 runs.

They then went on to chase down Rossbuild’s total easily. 

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