Top two name unchanged XIs

Gary Heatly takes a look ahead to week 16 of action in the Western Premier League for 2022

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August 12, 2022 1 year
Top two name unchanged XIs

Leaders Prestwick and second placed Ferguslie have named unchanged XIs for their week 16 fixtures in the Western Premier League on Saturday.

With just three fixtures left for all of the clubs there is lots to play for and, after a convincing win at Nunholm over Dumfries in week 15, Prestwick skipper Fraser Macdonald has been able to select the same side to travel to New Williamfield to face SM Cricket Stirling County.

That means that Sachin Chaudhary who scored 80 runs and took three wickets last time out will be looking to keep up his good form.

And, after their week 15 triumph at Calero Kelburne, Ferguslie captain Riyaad Henry also has the luxury of taking the same side to Albert Park to take on eighth placed Langside.

In the outing last week Taimoor Ahmad scored 66 not out and Haroon Tahir took 3-25 from 10 overs.

Third placed Clydesdale are still aiming to keep up the pressure on the top two after their week 15 home win over Stirling County.

This time around they are on the road to New Cambusdoon to play sixth placed Ayr with Zeeshan Bashir coming into the visiting side for Saif Sajjad.

Ayr have Scotland man Hamza Tahir and Neil Logan out so Andi McElnea and Robbie Walsh join the XI.

Fourth placed McCrea FS West of Scotland are at home to seventh placed Dumfries.

Dumfries have named an unchanged team for their trip to Hamilton Crescent.

Fifth placed Tunnocks Uddingston will welcome bottom side Kelburne to Bothwell Castle Policies.

The experienced Amir Gul joins the home side while Cameron Maclean, Matt McMillin and Donald Campbell come into the visiting XI.

Saturday, August 13’s fixtures:

SM Cricket Stirling County v Prestwick (New Williamfield)

Langside v Ferguslie (Albert Park)

McCrea FS West of Scotland v Dumfries (Hamilton Crescent)

Tunnocks Uddingston v Calero Kelburne (Bothwell Castle Policies)

Ayr v Clydesdale (New Cambusdoon)

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