Cootamundra is looking forward to hosting Wagga in Sunday's round two of the Stribley Shield.
After losing the opening round to Goulburn three weeks ago, Cootamundra is keen to win this match and keep their chances alive to play in the February final with a repeat of their victory over Wagga last season.
Cootamundra will certainly aim for an improved showing with the bat, as they were bundled out for just 97 against Goulburn and selectors have made a couple of changes for Sunday's clash.
Unavailable are Nick Holt, Jason Cronin and Ryan Connell.
Coming into the side are Mick Cronin and James Smith.
The side is Nathan Corby [Capt.] Matt Berkrey, Aaron Cronin, Mick Cronin, James Smith, Jack Caldwell, Gene Kessell, Ryan Breese, Dean Bradley and David Garness, Luke Izzard.
The umpires are Pat Kerin and Dennis Chaplin and the match at Albert Park commences at 10am.
SOUTH WEST SLOPES CRICKET LEAGUE
The Central Hotel Rams hope to return to the winner's circle on Saturday as they travel to Gus Smith Oval in Young to take on the Australian Hotel Coyotes.
November has been a mixed bag for the Rams with two byes, a win over the Coyotes and losses to Mimosa and the Blues.
Last Saturday, they were bundled out for just 63 and they had the Blues 8/56, then the Blues scraped home by two wickets.
The win is vital for the Central to stay in touch with the four.
Current ladder: Come Alive Fitness Crusaders 39, Mimosa 38, Young Services Blues 37, Central Hotel Rams 29 and Australian Hotel Coyotes 29.
In the BFB/Blooms Chemist competition, ladder leader Stockinbingal travels to Nixon Park to take on the third-placed Shamrock Hotel Leprechauns.
The Cootamundra Ex-Services Magpies take on the Criterion Hotel Gunners.