HOWZAT: Wagga City captain Jon Nicoll makes a big show against Lake Albert at McPherson Oval last Saturday. Picture: Les Smith
WAGGA City will continue to blood their next generation as they prepare to meet St Michaels at Robertson Oval on Saturday.
The Cats have entered this season with their youngest list in years but have still produced the goods with two wins from two matches.
On Saturday, they meet another unbeaten team in St Michaels and will be without opening bowler Dean Crane, along with Daniel Davey and Chris Butt.
Promising teenager Dan O’Reilly is expected to come in for his first grade debut.
“We’re as young as we possibly could be,” Wagga City captain Jon Nicoll said.
“It’s all trial and error.
“There will be a point in the year where we run into the wall but we’ll try to mix things up.”
Nicoll said the Cats’ strong start to the year has been a pleasant surprise.
“It’s taken us by surprise,” he said.
“The guys that have played have been going well.”
St Michaels are arguably the in-form team of the competition after the opening two weeks.
Nicoll looks forward to another test.
“Every game, every week for us is going to be a big game,” he said.
“We’re looking forward to it, it’s a great opportunity to play against a side with plenty of experience like St Michaels.”
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