Greater Northern Raiders trio Caitlyn Webster, Ianthe Boden and Montana Bradley have had their minds on the game for a combined 24 balls over just 21 days for the side.
Even worse still is that their eager teammates have been reduced to little more than just spectators waiting behind the boundary rope.
That has come about from having the Cricket Tasmania bye one week and then rain only permitting 15 minutes of play the next week.
But Raiders co-coach Darren Simmonds is unfazed the lack of game time will affect the players' momentum for their clash on Sunday against a red-hot Clarence.
"I wouldn't think so - our players have been playing other formats of cricket since," Simmonds said.
"They've had club games, some academy games in between, so really if anything after having a week off and a shortened game, it might only freshen the girls up a little bit for this big game."
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT
The newcomers currently are third on the table after the abandoned fixture set for Latrobe against North Hobart robbing a possible sixth win from seven matches.
Clarence faces the Raiders with Hobart Hurricanes opener Erin Fazackerley and wrist-spinner Maisy Gibson recalled following the WBBL home and away season.
"They are playing really good cricket, so it's going to be significant test for us this week," Simmonds said.
The leading Riverside runscorer of all-time is looking forward to seeing how his team plays Windsor Park.
"I reckon it's the best wicket and ground in the competition in the North these days," he said.
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