Tom Fell and Alex Hepburn will be on opposite sides when Mount Lawley visit Willetton Dragons for the start of a Western Australia Cricket Association first grade two-day encounter this weekend.

The Worcestershire duo will be in direct opposition with Fell's side, Mount Lawley, seeking a third successive win after back to back successes over South Perth and Rockingham-Mandurah.

Fell will be looking for a substantial contribution against his New Road team-mate after scoring 46 runs in his first four innings of the winter Down Under.

But Hepburn and Willetton will be striving to bounce back from last weekend's setback against visiting Subiaco-Floreat.

The game will be concluded on January 30.

Worcestershire players past and present could face each other when Penrith Panthers visit Fairfield-Liverpool for day two of a Sydney Grade Cricket first grade match.

Current player Tom Kohler-Cadmore will be looking to continue his fine form of the winter with Penrith who last Sunday reached the semi-finals of the One-Day Cup via victory over Blacktown.

But up against him could be 34-year-old Australian paceman Doug Bollinger who played for Worcestershire in 2007 and is included in the Fairfield squad.

The opening day of the fixture last weekend was washed out.

George Rhodes' side, North Canberra Gungahlin, will be looking to push for victory on day two of the ACT Premier Grade Cricket first grade match away to Ginninderra.

The Northies will resume on 191-3 from just 25.2 overs and aiming to push on and set up a declaration after bowling out Ginninderra for 137.

Rhodes will be seeking to add to his 19 wickets this winter and he is North Canberra's leading wicket-taker.