FIRST-YEAR mentor Simon Harkness says its hard to probe Heytesbury Rebels' 10-wicket thumping of Terang.
Harkness' men ripped through Terang's batting lineup in just 25 overs on Saturday, restricting the Goats to a score of just 44.
Harkness and fellow opening batsman Tom Hunt required just 14 overs to put the game to bed.
"It was good but I think we'd have liked the game to roll on," he said.
"It was just good to get a game in. We were looking for things to learn from the game and take into training.
"It's hard to gauge. We just really want to consolidate our discipline as a bowling attack and be a really ruthless side."
Harkness said the win was confidence-boosting.
Former captain Paul Vogels was among the best-performing Rebels, claiming 3-9 off seven overs. Michael Vogels claimed 2-0 off 2.1, while recruits Adam Doak (2-18 off six) and Bayley Thompson (1-13 off 10) also contributed.
Heytesbury Rebels will face off against South West Cricket powerhouse Mortlake on Saturday.
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