FRESH from their win over the Coyotes, the Come Alive Fitness Crusaders travel to Nixon Park on Park on Saturday to play Mimosa.
Saturday’s match will be Mimosa’s first match in the Delta Agribusiness premiership since last February as did not play in the finals and had the bye last Saturday.
The Crusaders were impressive last Saturday defeating that under strength Coyotes side are expecting to name a near full strength side
Two forced changes for the Crusaders for Saturday are, Matt Berkrey who was unavailable last week, returns for his first match of the season, while Nathan Corby is not available.
With only three teams in the competition, the Coyotes have the bye.
- LADDER: Temora Mimosa Whirlwinds, Cootamundra Come Alive Crusaders, Aussie Hotel Young Coyotes.
DUNK INSURANCE CUP
IN THE Dunk Insurance Cup, first round winners the Cootamundra Ex-Services Magpies, play last season’s premiers, the Temora Ex-Services Renegades, at Albert Park.
The Magpies, a new team formed this season made up of mainly fathers and sons, scored a comfortable win in over Stockinbingal last Saturday, while the Renegades had a draw with Burrangong.
Stockinbingal are expected to field a stronger side on Saturday as they travel to Saw Pit Gully in Young to take on the Criterion Gunners.
Last Saturday, the Gunners drew with the Shamrock Hotel Leprechauns as bad light intervened.
- LADDER: Cootamundra Ex-services Magpies, Temora Bowling Club Tigers, Burrangong Cricket Club, Shamrock Hotel Leprechauns, Criterion Hotel Gunners, Temora Ex-Services Renegades, S&C Club Saints, Stockinbingal.
THE umpires for the weekend are: Mimosa vs Crusaders - Pat Kerin. Magpies vs Renegades at Albert Park - Dennis Elphick.
- FOR information about the SWSCL season visit: wscl.nsw.cricket.com.au