Brian Wilson wants Yambuk to have a strong finish to its Grassmere Cricket Association season

STRONG SEASON: Yambuk bowler Isaac Sinnott received praise from Buks co-captain Brian Wilson on a strong season. Picture: Rob Gunstone
STRONG SEASON: Yambuk bowler Isaac Sinnott received praise from Buks co-captain Brian Wilson on a strong season. Picture: Rob Gunstone

YAMBUK co-captain Brian Wilson is hopeful his side can have an impact on the final ladder positions of Grassmere Cricket Association over the next four Saturdays.

Yambuk finish its two-dayer season with games against finals fancies Wangoom and Panmure.

Wilson is hopeful his side can notch up its second win of the year.

“It would be really really good to get a win in the last two weeks, we had one earlier in the season but we have been in a bit of battle since then,” the batsman said.

“We are looking to try and knock one of these two teams off and go into next year with confidence.

Wilson said the Buks had taken a youthful approach for much of the year and would continue to do so over the final games.

“We have six or seven blokes under 22 in our squad,” he said.

“They have made up the majority of our squad for the whole year and It’s been good with young blokes such as Isaac Sinnott and Hamish Gleeson, Connor and Tyson Umbers, we even blooded 14-year old Patty Gleeson a couple of weeks ago, who got his first wicket