Fix grade cricket, a long-standing problem. Fewer teams, more sporting decks, prepare blokes even a little bit for what they'll face at higher levels by making it actually competitive. It's been some time since I played for a grade team but I'm led to believe not a lot has changed and, if anything, there's more distance between grade teams and SACA these days. SACA has basically given up on building a team from grade cricket and, well, it's hard to blame them too much. A bloke like Sayers utterly dominates grade cricket but is bowling his balls off to compete at FC level. His Dad played state cricket and he plays for Woodville, one of the more successful clubs in the last 5 years. He's got no shortage of good advice and winning culture around him but he's the product of a broken system. Very early days, in fairness.
My gut says a bowling attack leader should be locally-sourced but if the locals aren't good enough, what else can you do?