SDCA first grade side JPC will hope to add to its successful T20 campaign when taking on Creeks at Cook Park this weekend.
JPC currently leads the T20 competition thanks to wins over PCH and Glendon in recent weeks.
However the Alex-Thrift-inspired outfit will hope to capitalise on this blockbuster match-up before taking on second placed Valley in the following round.
Valley plays host to PCH at Howe Park (Glendon will return from the bye next week to play Creeks).
FULL T20 POINTS:
JPC 6, Valley 4, Creeks, Glendon and PCH 2.
MEANWHILE Creeks and PCH lead the charge in the regular format which returns on February 2.
Interestingly, if Valley defeat Glendon and JPC defeat PCH then all competing teams will be on 27 points the following round. The final is scheduled on March 23.
PCH, Creeks 27, JPC, Valley 21 and Glendon 12.