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Northern Counties need to be wary of Forres threat


By Andrew Henderson


Northern Counties Cricket Club could be in for a tough test this afternoon when they travel to a Forres St Lawrence side starting to show a bit of form.

The league table would have the Inverness outfit as strong favourites, as they are joint-top with maximum points so far while Forres are lounging at the foot of the table.

Northern Counties will look to extend their winning run in the North of Scotland cricket league when they travel to Forres this afternoon.
Northern Counties will look to extend their winning run in the North of Scotland cricket league when they travel to Forres this afternoon.

But last week Forres posted a mammoth total of 296-4 from their 45 overs, showing that they can still be a force to be reckoned with.

Pal Dhami starred with the bat for Forres, hitting 136, only for the rain to come and force an abandonment without a result.

Highland also have a 100 per cent record to this point, and they travel to a Nairn County team looking to bounce back from their first defeat of the season last week.

The city side won by walkover last week when Huntly failed to raise a full team of 11.



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