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The Rock-itt : January 2010
Business end of the season It's only January but this month sees the Women's National Cricket League and Domestic Twenty20 competitions come to a head. The NSW Breakers are well placed to reach in the final in each competition, sitting in second spot on both ladders behind Victoria. However, after going through last summer undefeated, the Breakers haven't had it all their own way this summer with teams stepping up against the defending champs. NSW has lost only one match in the Twenty20 competition so far, that was against Victoria at Manly Oval early last month. The ACT also took the Breakers down to the wire in their clash at Manuka Oval. To make sure they reach the Final, NSW must now successfully negotiate their clashes with Tasmania (December 30), Western Australia (January 10) and South Australia (January 17). The last preliminary match against South Australia will be a particular highlight, with the fixture being played at ANZ Stadium as a curtain raiser before the RTA SpeedBlitz Blues KFC Twenty20 Big Bash match. It will be last preliminary match for both teams and could decide who plays in the Final just a week later. For this competition the women's teams won't be playing for home ground advantage in the Final. The women will play their decider as a curtain raiser to the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash Final, with the game show live on Fox Sports for the first time! This game at ANZ Stadium gets underway at 3:15pm so don't miss this chance to see some of Australia's finest female cricketers up close! For more information visit www.cricketnsw.com. There are two rounds remaining the WNCL with the Breakers playing Western Australia in Perth (January 8-9) and South Australia at Bankstown Oval (January 15-16). NSW have dropped two games in this competition, one to the ACT and the other to Victoria. But with ACT and Victoria due to face off in the New Year, NSW can still take top spot on the ladder and host the Final on January 30. It's going to be a massive month for the NSW Breakers. So make sure you get out and support them!