LUKE Wilson says Brierly-Christ Church's batting depth stretches beyond its match-winning top-four.
The wicketkeeper, who has replaced Zavier Mungean behind the stumps since crossing from East Warrnambool in the winter, said each of his teammates were capable of contributing in Thursday's Twenty20 grand final.
The Bulls' top-four - which features brothers Nathan and Mark Murphy, former Victorian Premier Cricket leader Matthew Love and young gun Campbell Love - has proven dominant this season.
The quartet have so far combined for 1068 runs, the third-best top-four tally in Warrnambool cricket behind West Warrnambool and Woodford.
We won't be relying on the Murphys and we feel we have that real depth.Luke Wilson
Wilson said belief was flowing as the Bulls geared up to battle Dennington in the mid-week final.
"Everyone has the belief that everyone can do it," he told The Standard.
"We don't have to rely on anyone in particular. We won't be relying on the Murphys and we feel we have that real depth.
"Our win over West (in the Twenty20 semi-final) gives us confidence going into Thursday."
Wilson, 17, said Brierly-Christ Church's club culture improved his game.
"It's been a good change, coming across," he said.
"They've really embraced me. I'm enjoying my time so far.
"It's been good to get some winning results after some hard work in the last few years."
Wicketkeeping is Wilson's main focus at training, but batting isn't forgotten.
The Warrnambool College student said while he's batted just five times this season, he felt ready to make an impact if called upon.
Wilson said lifting a Twenty20 premiership would "mean a lot".
"This is what you work towards," he said.
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