TERANG is chomping at the bit for more turf pitch cricket as it works to provide more batting support to star hitter Tommy Moloney.
Four of the Goats' remaining seven matches are scheduled for Terang Turf and captain Sam Munro believes it favours his talented bowling attack.
"You play a lot of teams with guys who are good bats and hard wicket specialists," Munro said.
"You can bowl a good ball but they can play across the line and hit you for four. If they absolutely middle it or cream a shot (on a hard wicket), they can back their skill in.
You can bowl a good ball but they can play across the line and hit you for four (on hard wicket).Sam Munro
"Some teams aren't that used to playing on turf and if you bowl well (on turf) you can find ways into the game."
Munro said Moloney's output had been unrivalled this season but called on his top order to find more consistency.
"Our batting has been the main focal point for us. We've got a couple of boys around who've been able to make some runs but we're just looking to find some consistency around Tommy," he said.
"He's leading the charge with the bat at the moment and at times he's played a bit of a lone hand for us.
"We need to step up and not lose clumps of wickets. That'll be our main focus for the remainder of the season."
Terang, who will face off against Bookaar when South West Cricket returns from its Christmas break on Saturday, are currently seventh overall.
Munro said it was vital to claim early dismissals and to back up a strong bowling effort with batting prowess.
"They have some good bowlers in guys like Fraser and Charlie Lucas. You've got to respect them and not let them capitalise on anything," he said.
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