Worcestershire Academy player Ollie Westbury will be involved in a first versus clash when his club Hay Park visit Collie for a Bunbury and District Cricket Association first grade match tomorrow (Saturday).
Westbury has played a major part in Hay Park moving to the top of the table with more than 300 runs in his six innings to date in all competitions.
Since losing the opening match in the 50 over tournament against Leschenault, Hay Park have registered four wins on the trot against Colts, Dalyellup Beach, Easton and Marist.
The seven sides all play each other home and away with the top four going through to the semi-finals on March 5 followed by the preliminary finals on March 12 and the final on March 19.
HAY PARK Played 5, Points 18
Collie 5, 14
Eaton 5, 12
Colts 5, 11
Marist 5, 10
Dalyellup Beach 6, 8
Leschenault 5, 8
Worcestershire all-rounder George Rhodes will look to return to action for North Canberra Gungahlin in the home ACT Premier Cricket first grade clash with unbeaten leaders Eastlake.
Rhodes and NCG saw last weekend's away meeting with Queaybeyan District washed out without a ball being bowled.
Eastlake are on 26 points – six clear of second placed Weston Creek Molonglo – with NCG in sixth place on 10 points in the eight team table.
Alex Hepburn's side, Willetton Dragons, will look to push for victory on the second day of the Western Australian Cricket Association first grade clash against Scarborough.
Hepburn is still to bat with Willetton resuming on 125-3 in their first innings in reply to Scarborough's 145 all out.
Willetton are currently lying in sixth spot in the 16 team table with the top six going through to the knockout stages.