Craig Smith says Grenfell's bowling department will have huge influence on side's success

Grenfell is without the services of Zac Starr this season. He's playing with Parramatta in the Sydney Grade competition.

Grenfell is without the services of Zac Starr this season. He's playing with Parramatta in the Sydney Grade competition.

Grenfell’s Craig Smith says his side’s bowling brigade will shoulder the majority of his side’s responsibility this summer ahead of Grenfell’s first Sportspower Cup match.

Smith identified Ash Whitechurch and Josh Edwards as two of his key players, who will lead the attack against Morongla this Saturday in Grenfell.

Smith revealed there will be opportunity for a number of the club’s lower grade players to cement A grade positions during the opening rounds, as Grenfell look to fill the positions of Zac and Hamish Starr – who are playing grade cricket in Sydney with Parramatta.

“We got high hopes,” Craig Smith said. “A few b graders are coming up. Morongla were one of the stronger sides last year so I think we’ll have our hands tied this week.”

Smith added he is hoping to lure left-arm quick Mick Miller to for the season, labeling his potential services as a great asset.

Further games this weekend see Bowling Club square off against Canowindra at Twigg and Valleys host the Young Services Club Blues at Holman. All games start at 1pm.

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