Norths keen to end dry run

BASEBALL may have been washed out for the past two weeks, but the break means Norths' game today is a chance to end a month-long dry run without a win.

Norths are still on top of the ladder, but will be keen to ensure their premiership campaign gets back on track when they take on Workers on Baxter Field at Albert Park in Lismore.

On Thew Field, Brothers will be out to repeat the dose they served up to Redbirds four weeks ago, chasing their second win of the season.

Games start at 2.45pm.


Big incentive

THE Summerland Credit Union Little League Timberjacks venture to the Gold Coast this weekend for their third attempt to win the right to play in the Asian leg of the Little League World Series.

The tournament presents the 10- to 12-year-olds with their first big taste of representative baseball.

Twelve teams from throughout Australia have won through State championships for the right to bid for the national title.

The Australian winner will fly to a destination in Asia for the Asia- Pacific Region championships and the right to challenge for a position in the Little League World Series in the United States.

Far North Coast: Lachlan Allen, Liam Armstrong, James Clark, Tom Connelan, Jimmy Galea, Shane Groth, Jack Manning, Reece Marsden, Damon Mitchell, Brady Mumford, Tailisen O'Meara, William Riley, Lachlan Todd, Alex Larsen. Coach: Jacob Anderson. Assistant coaches: Paul Latta, Brett Groth.

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