Doctor Who is a master of controlling time, using a little police box to send himself around the universe to save the whole of existence.
Doctor Hugh is a master of controlling timing, using a little wooden stick to send a ball to the Wade Park fence while saving his side from batting collapses.
It's a stretch, sure, but at least new CYMS skipper Hugh Le Lievre won't be fighting Daleks and Weeping Angels in the 2019-20 season.
Instead he'll be coming up against not just Orange's best but also Bathurst's and while easier than fighting supernatural creatures, he knows the club has its work cut out for it while celebrating a big milestone.
We had a lot of success in our 70th year but with respect to that this will be a harder mountain to climb. There aren't any expectations or limits on what we can do yet.Returned CYMS skipper Hugh Le Lievre
Le Lievre led the CYMS six years ago, before doling out twin grand final tons in his side's back-to-back title wins in 2014-15, and 2015-16 - the former included the one-day, two-day and Royal Hotel Cup titles and came in their 70th season.
But, he admits, with the new Bathurst Orange Inter-District Cricket competition returning, repeating that remarkable season will be infinitely more difficult.
"We had a lot of success in our 70th year but with respect to that this will be a harder mountain to climb. There aren't any expectations or limits on what we can do yet," he said.
"With the BOIDC kicking off everyone's expressed excitement to be back with two-day cricket every game, different teams.
"Then it's a special year with our 75th year, there's that extra incentive. Ex-players, sponsors and more have come back on board, there's a really positive vibe around the place."
He said he felt "pretty good" to be asked to take the reins of the club and said he'd be more consistent as skipper than the last time he led the side, which was interrupted by work.
"Working out at the hospital I had infrequent shifts and just couldn't do as much as I needed to so I handed it back at the end of the year," he said.
"This year with GP work my hours are more set and I'm ready to go."
Le Lievre said the club was out to do the best they could and fight their way into a grand final after narrowly missing out, but the unknown of the 2019-20 season meant they were yet to set specific goals.
"Every season you don't make a grand final it's a cause for reflection but I think we exceeded most other clubs' expectations last year," he said.
"Balancing the bad games with the good games will be an aim for this year."
The side has yet to have many come or go into the club in the pre-season, but Le Lievre said numbers had been strong and there were always players who "show up on the season's doorstep".
"We'll line up relatively similar to last year ... the juniors having another season of first grade under their belt will help too."
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