Despite their biggest win of the season, Sportsmans captain Lucas Horwood is still looking to fix the side’s top order.
Sportsmans defeated the previously undefeated Towns by 26 runs on Saturday after making just 133 with the bat.
Horwood said a mix up of the team’s order could be in the pipeline to help them overcome slow starts to their batting innings.
“The boys took a lot of confidence out of being able to defend that sort of total,” he said.
“We still need to get a good start from our top order though. Maybe moving around some guys could be the answer so we can bat our 50 overs out because that is very important.”
Full story in yesterday's print editionTAYLOR COURTLAND
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