Top players Keiler and Harch meet at crease



BROTHERS all-rounder Murray Harch is ready for whatever duties present themselves in the Southern Star Sports Shield minor premiership cricket decider at Rockhampton's Jardine Park today.

The final round, played over two Saturdays, features second placed Brothers against competition leaders CQU Tigers.

Harch is one player to watch, whether joining the top order batsmen or causing destruction with his fast-me-dium pace deliveries.

His 2004-05 season produced lean times, but Harch is confi- dent his form as returned to that of the previous season.

"Primarily I'm in the team to bat at number three, but I'll bowl if I'm needed,'' Harch said.

Brothers bowling has consistently revolved around Harch, Jason Batchelor and Scott Mansfield.

While Brothers provide an impressive bowling attack the Tigers have one strike weapon Brothers have not had to confront ? Andrew "Big Bob'' Keiler.

It will also be the first match all season that Broth- ers have had the same team for both weekends.



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