THERE is no doubt we have had a great run of late.
We have won three from three in the one-day competition – including a bonus point against Blacktown last weekend, which sees us sitting solely at the top of the competition ladder.
However, today we face Sydney University who have been the benchmark not only this season but over the past 10 years.
It is an opportunity for us to test ourselves against the best. To see just how well we are going and where we need to improve.
Mitchell Pugh will come in as a replacement for Ahillen Beadle should he take his place in the final XI for the Sydney Thunder.
Pughey is coming off a match winning 82 not out in seconds last week.
A win today will secure a one-day home final and potentially first place on the competition ladder.
OUR club championship aspirations are now back on track after a massive round against Blacktown last weekend.
Winning all five grades last Saturday followed by a great win by our PG’s boys on Sunday means that we achieved the maximum points on offer.
Hopefully we can use the momentum coming into a tough few rounds for us and make a late charge towards regaining the club championship which was taken away from us last season.