Krishna Padmanabhan’s consistent performances – 13 wickets in 4 matches – have helped him return to the 1s as Richmond Cricket Club travel to Russell Lucas Oval to take on Ringwood in Round 10 on Saturday.
Ringwood’s last game against Melbourne University was called off while the 1s lost to Prahran. Matarazzo and Co would be keen to get back to winning ways
The 3s, on the other hand, will be led by Aaron Cross again with Ashley Becker making his comeback after an injury. Becker, who got injured during the sixth round, picked up four wickets in his last game against Carlton in the 2s.
The 2s’ bowling has been dominant in the previous two wins as Greg Connor’s men return to Central Reserve North. Meanwhile, the 4s will be eyeing an uninterrupted game after the clash against Prahran was called off.
The 4s will feature a debutant in Noah Bennett.
Here are how the teams line up:
1s: Jonathan D’Rozario, Sam Mills, Dom Matarazzo, Marcus Berryman, Krishna Padmanabhan, Adam Amin, Scott Edwards, Wil Parker, Tim Goodman, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Mitch Perry
2s: Dylan Tibballs, Greg Connor, Zac Sleeman, Dan Scholz, Yash Pednekar, Toby Keast, Andrew Humphries, Shobit Singh, Kyle Viccars, Joshua Carroll, Bailey Moon
3s: James Dekel, Benji Gore, Jack Trevethan, Jacob Hinds, Nic Cowling, Aaron Cross, Jordan Hesline, Hrithik Katarey, Dulith Mihirpenna, Max Parker, Ashley Becker, Connor Hinds
4s: Dhruval Parikh, Jacob Carruthers, Tom Cashman, Harry Gell, Aryan Arora, Romesh Martinus, Tyler Walsh, Nova Bennett, Ethan Stones, Jack Iverson, Chansika Kapukotuwa, Ben McDonald