After having a washout before the bye last weekend, Coro Cougars will be looking to make an impact when they take to the field at Exies Oval against Leagues on Saturday afternoon.
The last time the Cougars got out on the field play didn't last long with only 10 balls being delivered against Diggers before wet weather saw the players forced from the ground and unable to return.
Skipper Haydn Pascoe said he would be without some of his squad but just looked forward to potentially taking the field.
"We have probably got three or four out this weekend I think," he said.
"Honestly it will just be good to get out there and have a game. It's been a hard start with the washouts."
Coro is heading into the season looking to defend their title they picked up last year, and with little turn over in players, Pascoe is confident in his side's ability to be right in the mix again this year.
"We have a pretty similar team to last year. It is good to see the same bunch of blokes around the club," he said.
"It's good to have the juniors coming through the club, and it is good that they stick around as well. Hopefully, we won't be seeing too much change in the next few years."
This weekend will see both Leagues and Coro play their second 50-over match of the season. Leagues were able to win their opening game in the longer format while the Cougars match was washed out.
Pascoe said he likes the change to the format feeling that it helps both aspects of the game.
"I like the format with unlimited overs for the bowlers," he said.
"It's nice for some of the younger fellas who are keen a few overs especially Alex (Flood).
"With it being more overs it gives the batters more of a chance to post some big scores as well."
The Panthers will be hoping to replicate their performance from their opening 50-over game rather than their most recent performance as they looked in trouble against Exies Eagles before rain saw the game washed out.
Pascoe knows that his side can't afford to take the Panthers lightly.
"They have a pretty handy team," he said.
"They have a couple of good players in their side who can single handily win the game for them so we won't be taking them lightly."
The Panthers could be without a couple of key players this weekend with the Griffith Blacks in action in Hay for the opening round of the SIRU 7s series.
With rain predicted to fall on Friday and Saturday there is still a chance of a third washout in succession.