Greater Northern Raiders juggernaut moves to Latrobe on Sunday amid a gala day for the women's game.
The Cricket North West initiative plans to have more than 100 players ranging up from under-14s to seniors to watch between games what all the Raiders' fuss is about.
Raiders co-coach Darren Simmonds is keen to showcase the second-placed rookie's great 5-1 win/loss start.
"We've been consistently building up our cricket and I think last fixture in Hobart we played good consistent cricket across the day, which was really pleasing," he said.
"There were performances from a number of players - that's the strength of our side that we don't rely on one or two, which is one thing that is coming out.
"I have also seen improvement in the players.
"We have things that we identify in our reviews and we'd like to work on those going into the next games."
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North Hobart have just the two wins and a draw, but Simmonds refuses to underestimate the Demons.
English import Beth Langston has been capped six times for her country in both 50-over and T20 internationals and the allrounder is expected to deliver a stern test.
"They will provide us with a significant challenge this week. They have some good players, particularly up the top of the order," he said.
"Their overseas player opens the batting, opens the bowling and she gets the ball through pretty good.
"They're going to be a tough side to beat.
"What we will concentrate on is what we do best and if we execute our skills and perform on the day, we think we will always be competitive."
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