Narrikup aim for first title and perfect season
Narrikup will look to complete the perfect season when they take on Mt Barker in the Albany Cricket Association B-grade grand final on Saturday.
Narrikup will be aiming to extend their winning streak to 17 and clinch their first B-grade title since joining the competition in 2009-10.
They progressed to the final after a convincing 165-run win over Railways in the second semifinal. They will have to overcome last season’s premiers the Bulls, who reached the grand final after coming the long way home from fourth spot on the ladder.
The Bulls will be aiming for their third title in the past four seasons despite moving into the A-grade competition as well this season.
Narrikup will also contest the C-grade grand final but will come up against a buoyant Denmark. Narrikup took out the minor premiership, but the Magpies were the first through to the season decider after winning the second semifinal.
Narrikup won the C-grade title in 2015-16, while Denmark have never played in a grand final in the grade.
The B-grade grand final begins at Hard North at noon, while the C-grade encounter will be played at Railways.
Presentations will be held at the cricket pavilion.
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