Imagine if all Northern footballers across TSL and NTFA competition got together and created a stacked cricket outfit.
You'd have players from the Cricket Tasmania Premier League, Cricket North and Tasmanian Cricket League turning up and it would be a pretty solid side.
To be selected, players have to have played in both cricket and senior football leagues in 2019 and/or 2020 (given the NTFA's shortened season) and will be picked on cricketing ability.
That meant gun multi-sport players like Richard Howe and Fletcher Seymour were ineligible.
Cricket: Launceston, Greater Northern Raiders. Football: Old Launcestonians.
A dangerous option up forward in the NTFA, Launceston captain Alistair Taylor is one of Cricket North's premier batsmen.
Dual centuries - including a huge 172 against Westbury - saw the wicketkeeper score 520 runs at an average of 47.27 last year while also making five appearances for the Raiders.
The sole TCL representative in the side, Blair had huge seasons with both the Kookaburra and the Sherrin on Longford Oval last year.
Booting 67 goals as the competition's leading scorer, he followed it up with 855 runs across all formats including a T20 century and has already started his 2020-21 year with a 135 not out.
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Cricket: Westbury, GN Raiders, Glenorchy. Football: Perth and Old Launcestonians.
Securing a Tasmanian second-XI berth last season, Williams is arguably the most qualified cricket-playing footballer in the state.
Williams was the seventh top-scorer in the CTPL last season for the Raiders before relocating to Glenorchy.
He was set to ply his trade as captain of NTFA side Perth until he ended up running around for Old Launcestonians in the 2020 shield as one of their most reliable.
Cricket: Glenorchy. Football: Old Scotch.
Taking the reins as Glenorchy's first grade skipper this season, former South Launceston batter Eastoe started this season on fire with a 106 not out after an impressive 2019-20.
Returning to the North of the state during football season, he was named in Old Scotch's best on five occasions while booting 19 goals as the Thistles made a shock run to the semi finals.
Cricket: Launceston, GN Raiders, Glenorchy. Football: Launceston and Glenorchy.
Conway enjoyed a breakout season for the Lions last year, scoring his maiden Cricket North century alongside three half-centuries to be named in the association's team of the year.
Relocating to Glenorchy for football and cricket, he took the burden of single ruck duties against North Launceston and solidified a spot in the Magpies' best 22 - something he wasn't able to do consistently at Launceston.
Cricket: Westbury, GN Raiders. Football: Bridgenorth.
Stepping up to captain the Raiders this season, Wood has always been touted as a prodigious cricketing talent with both bat and ball.
Recently, he's taken his talents to the football oval for Bridgenorth, coaching their under-18 side next season as well as having a key role in their grand final efforts in 2019.
Cricket: South Launceston. Football: Old Launcestonians.
A reliable lower-order batter as well as a quality leg-spinner, Jackson slots in nicely to this side having scored more runs last season than former teammate James Lee.
Scoring 140 runs and taking 14 wickets at 16.43, he is a true all-round option as well as being a solid contributor for NTFA division one side Old Launcestonians.
Cricket: Launceston, GN Raiders. Football: North L'ton.
Another prodigious talent who can either score runs or spin a web, Curran really stepped up for Launceston last season with 19 wickets at an average of 18.58 despite a late injury.
He was in and out of North Launceston's best 22 throughout 2020 but there's no doubting his football ability and he'll be out to secure his spot next season.
Cricket: Mowbray. Football: Evandale.
One of the competition's most dangerous bowlers on his day, Storay has coached both Mowbray and Evandale within a 12-month period.
A handy batter as well, scoring 96 against Riverside two seasons ago, he is one of the NTFA's most respected contributors.
Cricket: Riverside. Football: Rocherlea.
Playing his final game in the grand final of the 2020 NTFA Shield, Stubbs has turned his focus on getting Riverside an elusive Cricket North flag.
The experienced campaigner was Cricket North's seventh-highest wicket-taker with 21 poles and has continued his form early doors.
Cricket: Riverside. Football: Lilydale.
Another consistent Riverside bowler, Lockett played in all but one game of Lilydale's golden premiership run alongside captain and brother Corey.
Returning to first grade cricket last year after stints in the twos and threes, he took 15 wickets at 18.93 and offered some handy runs to the lower order.