Greater Northern Raiders women are flying high on confidence after their perfect start to the season.
With no games possible in Hobart last weekend, Raiders' two wins over New Town not only puts them top of the early ladder but dominating the competition stats.
Having top-scored in both games, new signing Ruth Johnston leads the run-scoring with 79 while captain Sasha Moloney is the leading wicket-taker with four, a best of 3-6 and an average of 5.75.
"One of the most pleasing things about the result was that almost everyone contributed," coach Darren Simmonds said.
"Ruth is a very good player. She was hitting sixes over cover - you don't see that very often - and in both games we had a couple of good batting partnerships which was great to see.
"We're looking forward to backing up what we've been able to achieve."
Raiders face another Windsor Park double-header on Sunday against a strong Clarence side.
Corinne Hall remains unavailable for Raiders due to training commitments with her WBBL side Sydney Thunder although Melbourne Renegades' Courtney Webb may feature in her home town for the visitors.
Simmonds was delighted that three games were able to be completed over the opening weekend at Windsor Park.
"All credit to West Tamar Council for us being able to play when no-one played in Hobart," he said. "And they got a good wicket up, the boys scored 150-odd in 25 overs on it."
New Town will look to bounce back when they host North Hobart at Ferguson Park in the other fixtures.
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