MARITIME Motors Old Grey will put their early dominance of the EP Super A Top 10 cricket league to the test when they face Rotatrim PECC at Freeplay Park tomorrow.
Old Grey have hardly broken a sweat in their first three matches of the second half, registering massive victories over Despatch, Heatherbank and Gelvandale.
PECC got their campaign off to an uncharacteristically sluggish start, surprisingly losing to Northville and Buco Uitenhage.
They turned that around last weekend, though, when they managed a three-wicket win over a highly rated SA Home Loans Union side.
They will, however, need to be at their best against Old Grey who have displayed very little mercy at the mere sniff of blood.
Old Grey's batting has undoubtedly been their strong point and their top order's ability to score quick runs up front has put their opponents under early pressure.
If PECC are to cause what will be an upset, they will have to be disciplined with the ball in hand.
Defending champions Mecer NMMU1 have been going about their business quietly and this weekend travel across the Chatty River to play Despatch.
NMMU2, also unbeaten so far after a pair of two-wicket wins, have a double-header this weekend with a tricky fixture against Union at the campus tomorrow.
Union will be smarting after their loss to PECC, especially when they had victory in sight with their opponents at 80 for seven only to let it slip. NMMU2's other fixture is also at the campus against Gelvandale on Sunday.
Northville, whose unbeaten run of six wins in a row was halted last weekend, will look to get back on the winning track when they host Uitenhage at Finnis Street, which has become something of a graveyard for visiting sides.