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CRICKET: The Glen's Jason Seng will be in action tomorrow when his CQ Seamers aim for glory at the Gabba.
Seamers take on defending champions Mackay-Whitsunday Nitros in the grand final of the Bulls Masters T20 Country Challenge and it's the curtain-raiser to the Brisbane Heat-Sydney Thunder BBL game.
Seng has started 2019 in sparkling form with both bat and ball with a half century against BITS last weekend and wickets in both games against BITS and Rockhampton Brothers.
The all-rounder was also player of the game in the Seamers' thrilling eight-run win in the grand final qualifier against North Queensland Monsoons late last year.
He made 45 runs off 18 balls.
"We lost to them last year in the semi-final, but obviously keen to beat them at the Gabba and that's the best part that there's carrot at the end of it," Seng said.
After 'doing nothing' over the Christmas and New Year break, Seng said he felt re-energised when he took to the field for The Glen last weekend.
"I felt good to spend some time out in the middle," he said.
Seng will be a part of a formidable pace attack that will feature spearheads Ben Milne and Joe McGahan.
"We have a good fast bowling attack and also our spinners Logan Whitfield and Justin Peacock will be great for us as well," he said.
The all-rounder said the team made the final five years ago, but it won't be content this time around 'just to make it'.
"We're pretty keen to win it and give it a good crack and get bragging rights as the best region in Queensland country cricket," he said.
Seamers coach Jason Wells said it's a matter of the players to soak up the Gabba atmosphere.
CQ SEAMERS: Mark O'Keeffe, Jason Seng, Anthony Eden, Joe McGahan, Cameron Keene, Todd Harmsworth, Aaron Harmsworth (C), Brent Hartley, Justin Peacock, Ben Milne, Joey Pratt, Logan Whitfield.