SPORTS EDITOR: Far North Coast Cricket's trail blazers
Sam Martin, Marist Brothers
CONSISTENTLY scoring runs at the top of the order for Marist Brothers and contributed another 63 when they beat Ballina Bears.
It was his fourth consecutive half century with scores 60, 80 and 85 in the lead-up.
Opening batsman Lachlan Barnsley top-scored with 66 while all-rounder Stuart Rose took three wickets and finished the game 16 not out.
Doug Potter, Cudgen
A HANDY player to have in the middle order and got his side out of trouble with a blistering 83 at the weekend.
No one was safe from his big hitting when a Cudgen supporter had their car windscreen smashed when one of his sixes cleared the boundary.
Fast bowler Michael Anderson also had an impressive spell and took 3-35 off seven overs.
Angus Callan, Lennox Head
THE leading run-scorer in the competition and unlucky not to score a century against competition leaders Cudgen.
He has scored four consecutive half centuries and has formed a consistent partnership with Travis Clarke at opening bat.
All-rounder Jake Lyon also performed well at the weekend taking three wickets before hanging around for a determined 37 not out.
BACKED up an unbeaten 104 with another impressive 50 not out in a convincing win against the Casino RSM Cavaliers.
Pottsville has plenty of talent in the top order and Laycock is not out of place alongside big hitters Jayden Hoare and Adam Rogers.
LEADING by example at captain and contributing plenty of runs from opening bat.
Top-scored with 84 at the weekend and is showing why he should be selected for NSW Country again.
Well on his way to scoring more runs than he did last season.