All six teams will be hoping the weather holds out for the fifth round of the Borton Cup tomorrow.
Union are leading the way and are on course in their quest to retain the title for a fifth successive year.
The Blues will be hosting Albion at King George Park in a testing top of the table clash, but have a boost in personnel with Jeremiah Shields and Paul Johnston returning.
Skipper Thomas Shields said the return of the opening batsmen and the availability of the bowling prowess of Paul Johnston will add to his side's firepower.
"Having Jeremiah and Paul back is a huge boost.
"We always consider ourselves the underdogs so we'll just work hard and hopefully come out with the win," he said.
Oamaru will aim to notch their first win of the campaign.
It's been a period of transition for the Choccos since losing senior influences in David and Anthony Seuell and Gary Clearwater.
Captain Matt Murphy is looking for his side to produce a strong team effort in their clash with Valley.
"We're looking to put out a full team, they've got a good side, they always turn up on the day. We're just looking to play hard as a team," he said.
Waitaki Boys' host St Kevin's at Milner Park.
SKC will need to contain big hitter Stephan Grobler who hit 150 not out a fortnight ago against Oamaru.
Grobler predicts the tie to be a close one with nothing to choose between the teams on the points table.
"It's two school sides so it'll be a very close game.
"I know they're missing a few players and we're full strength. We're equal on points so it's an important game."
All matches start at 12.30pm.
Oamaru vs Valley Excelsior
Union vs Albion King George Park 1
WBHS vs St Kevins Milner Park 1