EXIES have been forced to make a raft of changes ahead of their vital clash with the Yenda Jets tomorrow with four new faces called up to travel to Wade Park.
Runs might be hard to come by for Exies with all four missing players coming out of their top-order, with arguably the biggest hole left by Phil Burge, after he scored 111 for Griffith Open Creet Cup side last Sunday.
Also notable absentees from the side include Theo Valeri and Justin and Jamie Winkler, all of who can turn a game in their side's favour on their day.
Filling their places are former first grade wicketkeeper Brent Harrison along with Lyle Campbell, Cameron Arnold and Cameron McFayden as they take on a desperate Yenda outfit.
The Jets have won just one game to date this year, back in the first round when they ruined the party for the competition's newest club the Leagues Panthers to the tune of 61 runs.
But as the competition prepares to enter into six weeks of two-day fixtures before the mid-season break, Yenda will be keen to build momentum.
Yenda captain Tom Spry, who top-scored for the Jets last round against Coro with just 24, said they simply need more runs if they are to not get left behind this year.
"We were terrible at time last weekend, we just couldn't seem to get any partnerships going during out time out there," he said.
"They (Coro) had a pretty reasonable attack, but the pitch held up which made it hard to bat on, but we need to start doing better."
Making matters tougher for Yenda is Spry is unavailable for selection with Matt Bruce to take over the captaincy reins.