Coming into this weekend's Greater Northern Cup match-up off the high of defeating previously unbeaten Sheffield, WESTBURY face another tough task in Burnie.
Travelling up the coast to face the Hurricanes in a battle of second and third, captain Dan Murfet knows how tough this game could be.
"They are obviously the premiers up there, so they're a quality team and they've got talent there. It's certainly going to be a test," he said.
The Shamrocks were able to knock off the Mountaineers last week off the back of a strong bowling performance from Nick Spencer, who claimed 4-27 to rise to 10 wickets for the season.
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"The last couple of seasons, Spence has been the guy that ties up an end and bowls really nice at the top of off-stump and then the wickets would come from the other end with partnership bowling.
"It's really nice to see him get some reward and take three-fors and four-fors because he's a class act and deserves all the praise he gets."
Jonathon Chapman will miss with Greater Northern Raiders duties as Corey Briggs returns from representing the Hobart Hurricanes' Indigenous side.
LAUNCESTON captain-coach Alistair Taylor is looking to get a full hundred overs of cricket out of his boys this weekend as they step into the ring against Latrobe.
Returning to the Lions following time with the Greater Northern Raiders, Taylor is confident of picking up the points on Saturday.
"The boys had a really good session Tuesday and we know that we've just got to play a full 100 overs of cricket, which we haven't done consistently this year so we're looking forward to bouncing back," he said.
"It was great to be back playing with the boys. From a coach's point of view, it was good to see how they go about it still and it makes it easier on weeknights knowing how they play."
Zac Oldenhof returns to the line-up after three weeks on the sidelines.
SOUTH LAUNCESTON are looking to continue their good form as they take on Ulverstone after an abandoned match-up last weekend.
Identifying opposition players Jacob Snare and Josh Walmsley as dangermen, South skipper Tom Waller is looking for a consistent start from his batting group.
"We've had some stop and start opening-wicket partnerships at stages in our first 17 overs before the drinks break," he said.
"We've been 1-70 but we've had a few times where we'll be three down for not many so it's probably being consistent in our batting innings that is our main focus."
Unavailable with work commitments, Nathan Philip misses out with Jackson Young to return after a week off.
After a poor fielding effort let the game slip away from the Blues last week, RIVERSIDE is out to put its name back on the winners' list against Sheffield.
A lapse in concentration saw Devonport compile 277 against the Blues, with absent captain Tom Garwood ruing missed opportunities.
"We dropped some easy catches and didn't put any pressure on in the field so they were able to put on 50 or 60 more runs, so we were then chasing 270 rather than 210-220," Garwood said.
"We've had to work on a fair bit during the week so we've had a couple of hard sessions and then just going back to play our basic game and hopefully one of our top five go on with a big score."
Garwood looks likely to return to the line-up for the do-or-die clash with multiple changes a possibility before next week's bye.
Bottom sides MOWBRAY and Wynyard face off as both look to collect their first wins of the season as Spencer Hayes returns for the Cricket North outfit.
Eagles leader James Storay believes his side let themselves down with the ball last week, which ended up being the main difference between victory and defeat against Burnie.
"We batted well in patches, we are just looking for a batter in John [LeFevre]'s absence to go on with it and make a big score," he said.
Will Dakin looked like being that man last week, scoring 44 - his highest score of the season.
"He's a great kid at 17 years old, he has been working extremely hard at training and I believe is a key cog in our rebuild."