Eden faces Tathra in cricket semi-final

Semi-final entry: Eden batsman Drew Mudaliar smacks a shot towards the camera and will be one of Eden's experienced finals campaigners against the Sea Eagles.

Semi-final entry: Eden batsman Drew Mudaliar smacks a shot towards the camera and will be one of Eden's experienced finals campaigners against the Sea Eagles.

The Eden Cricket Club has held down fourth place in the combined cricket draw to go in the A grade semi-finals this weekend. 

The club will face the Tathra Sea Eagles at Lawrence Park this Saturday from 1pm. 

However, the Eden side will be going into the clash very fresh as the club’s last round tie was a forfeit by the Merimbula two line-up. 

The Eden club has had some mixed results throughout the season, recording nine wins to six losses with two drawn rounds. 

Despite facing off against the first-placed Sea Eagles, the Eden club is not one to write off though. 

The southern side boasts plenty of finals experience and has faced the Sea Eagles in many finals showdowns. 

The two clubs have historically held dominance in one and two-day competitions over the last decade and the result is still in the balance. 

Look for a big-hitting effort from the Eden side to build a big score or chase down the target. 

The winner of Saturday’s clash will face either the Knights one or Bermagui rosters in the grand final.