"You keep hearing about Nic Broes, don't you?"
Orange City skipper Ed Morrish is under no illusions as to how big the challenge to overcome St Pats Old Boys in the Royal Hotel Cup final on Friday night.
He's embracing the Warriors' underdog status - and why wouldn't you when you're coming up against a side with the calibre of cricketers as St Pats.
While Broes is at the forefront of most's minds when they think about the powerhouse Bathurst club, Morrish knows there's the talent behind the all-rounder to back him up.
We may not have the names everyone's talking about but every single one of them have put in 100 per cent all year so I can't fault them.Orange City skipper Ed Morrish
"You've got the likes of Mitch Taylor, Tanvir Singh, Benny Mitchell is the one I find flies under the radar for them, I highly rate him," Morrish said.
"I've got a lot of time for Jameel Qureshi and Adam Ryan, they've got a good mix of young and old."
However, the Warriors are absolutely backing themselves in, saying they're "feeling pretty good" ahead of the final.
"Not many people thought we'd make the finals let alone the grand final so it's good for the boys to have stood up and proved everyone wrong," he said.
Outside competition leading run-scorer Dave Boundy, the lack of big-hitting names has been the main reason Orange City has flown under the radar.
"I've just been really happy with the boys' fight, we may not have the names everyone's talking about but every single one of them have put in 100 per cent all year so I can't fault them," Morrish said.
"Obviously Davey [Dave Boundy] at the top of the order has been pretty destructive. For the early games we tried to find a partner who could go with him and not get out early and we tried a few but it didn't work but Shaun Grenfell the last couple of weeks has been just as good and it's helped us a lot."
He said the pair of them would be "pretty crucial" to the Warriors' chances on Friday night.
"Pretty crucial, obviously we've got a long batting lineup but the past few games those two have been really good and gives us bowlers something to bowl to so it's paramount they get us off to a flying start," Morrish said.
The focus for the Warriors will be restricting St Pats' top order while not letting Qureshi and Broes control the middle overs, with Morrish saying the aim would be to do what St Pats semi-final opponents Cavaliers didn't do in keeping the score ticking over.
"You've got to make sure you put the bad ball away and make sure you don't get bogged down and get your ones and twos away," Morrish said.
The Royal Hotel Cup final kicks off at 7pm at Wade Park.
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