Western name unchanged line-up, looking to in-form Dubbo duo to lead the way

CENTURION: Greg Buckley, pictured bowling in Dubbo, will be far more crucial to Western's hopes with willow in hand in Sunday's Country Championship decider. Photo: DAILY LIBERAL

CENTURION: Greg Buckley, pictured bowling in Dubbo, will be far more crucial to Western's hopes with willow in hand in Sunday's Country Championship decider. Photo: DAILY LIBERAL

Western Zone will take an unchanged squad to Ourimbah for Sunday’s NSW Country Championship final against the Central Coast, a group that’s brimming with confidence.

After withdrawing from the side originally thanks to injury, Parkes’ Anthony Heraghty and Bathurst’s Aaron Seymour were racing the clock to potentially be fit for the decider but the 12-strong group which claimed southern pool honours last week will remain the same.

Heraghty would’ve substantially bolstered the batting stocks of the Western side which, in said pool games, struggled somewhat to get going with willow in hand – outside tons from Dubbo pair Jordan Moran and Greg Buckley.

In-form and proven big-game performers, Moran and Buckley will be two linchpins in Western’s batting line-up.

Western is chasing its first Country Championship win since in three seasons having won in 2014-15.

Sunday’s decider kicks off at 10am.

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