Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Rep Match Has Players All Fired-Up CQ Reps Fired-Up

Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Rep Match Has Players All Fired-Up CQ Reps Fired-Up

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Byline: JAKE JONES Sport

AFTER a scratchy beginning to the local cricket season last weekend, six of The Glen's top cricketers are ready to drastically improve their form this weekend, stepping out to play for the Central Queensland representative side against Mackay.

Jason Seng and Hayden Warwick are two of these players, and are preparing themselves with the aim of having a noticeable impact.

The struggles of last week put well behind him at training during the week, Seng is keen to take the field as vice-captain of the Opens side, and is looking to be one of the players selected for North Queensland Country.

"I played last year in the North Queensland side; there should be a few looking at it, but we have to win games," Seng said.

Which has been the trouble for the CQ side in the four years Seng has been back in Gladstone and playing representative cricket.

But the vice-captain and all-rounder believes the tide is about to turn.

"This is the best team we have had on paper, but that doesn't mean anything yet," he said. …

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