Interest in cellar dweller game

The rescheduled round 7 of Bellarine Peninsula Cricket Association A1 Grade will be played tomorrow with one of the most interesting matches being fought out between two cellar dwellers.

Winless Barrabool hosts Collendina on the rolling hills of Ceres and the Bulls simply must start winning.

A Collendina win would give it a buffer from the relegation danger zone, so there is plenty at stake.

Second placed Queenscliff hosts third placed Ocean Grove with the winner taking outright second spot.

St Leonards travels to Anglesea and will be determined to perform better with the bat that it has been.

Still, Anglesea should prove too strong and remain undefeated.

Inverleigh will be eyeing off a spot in the four when it hosts Jan Juc.

Jan Juc currently occupies fourth spot on percentage.

In A2 Grade, top side Drysdale hosts arch rivals Portarlington, which sits in fourth spot.

A win would pretty much seal a finals spot for the Hawks, while Port needs to win to hold onto a spot in the four.

Third placed Winchelsea hosts second placed Armstrong Creek in what promises to be a ripper.

The Titans can move into top spot on percentage if they take the points and Drysdale slips up.

Barwon Heads must defeat the winless Newcomb to stay finals relevant while the loser of the Wallington vs Little River game may find it tough to play in the finals.

Round 7, January 15

A1 Grade

Queenscliff vs Ocean Grove at Queenscliff Recreation Reserve

Anglesea vs St Leonards at Linc Construction Oval, Anglesea

Barrabool vs Collendina at Ceres Recreation Reserve

Inverleigh vs Jan Juc at Inverleigh Recreation Reserve