THE match of the round at George Cain Oval pits the undefeated Churchill against the reigning premier Ex-Students coming off a two-week bye.
Sharks Lee Stockdale, Greg Munro and Jordan Gilmour will need big scores so Rob Voss, Andy Mathews and Michael Warne can bowl them to victory.
The Cobras have four wins and are full of confidence.
Gormandale v Centrals
ANOTHER big game at Stoddart Park sees Centrals face their biggest test against the ladder leader.
Centrals won the corresponding home and away clash last year and will be keen to replicate that.
Jarrod Allan and Mark Rawson are big game players who could challenge a formidable Tigers team.
Raiders v Toongabbie
THIS is a huge game for both teams at Yinnar.
Raiders have moved to third on the ladder and a win here is crucial to their end of season chances.
Brad Knowles is in sparkling form and carries the hopes of his team.
Glengarry v Traralgon West
GLENGARRY will be keen to get back on the winner’s list at home after going down to Churchill last week.
Hayden Ross Schultz and Ryan Delaney are finding the middle of the bat while Ben Marks and Ben Julin are key players who need to fire.
Traralgon West has not played for a fortnight after being washed out and will need a huge form reversal to cause an upset.
Rovers v CATS
WHO would have thought that after four rounds CATS would be winless?
Pre-season pundits put CATS in the four and they now have no chance of playing finals.
Rovers have improved but would be disappointed by their big outright loss last week.
TDCA’s popular version of the Big Bash starts on Sunday in an enthralling round of action packed fixtures.
The format will be played for competition points and for the first time will be held on a Sunday.
B grade play first from 11am and A grade will start at 2.10pm with plenty of lusty hitting forecast.
Ex Students v Gormandale – Stoddart Park
Glengarry v Centrals – Glengarry
CATS v Toongabbie – Traralgon South
Raiders v Churchill – Yinnar
Traralgon West v Imperials – St Pauls