Join your commentators Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis as they bring you the key moments from the highly anticipated dice cricket fixture between the touring Riding Mill side and the UTS North Sydney team of the decade from the picturesque virtual North Sydney Oval.
Riding Mill will be looking to bounce back when their virtual tour of Australia continues on the weekend against the highly fancied UTS North Sydney team of the decade.
The Bears last week announced the team after voting took place online to determine who would make up their final XI. The club which makes their home at the picturesque North Sydney Oval has a rich heritage as a foundation club in NSW Premier Cricket.
Riding Mill have stuck with their rotation policy which has seen Scott Dickson return at the top of the order with Kiwi Dave Cox making a welcome return in the line up at number 3 and Aly Hall slotting back in to the middle order.
Where do you start with the Bears line up that has an embarrassment of riches with the likes of current Steve Waugh Medalist Daniel Hughes at the top of the order, former Adelaide Strikers keeper batsman Adam Crosthwaite listed to bat 4, the evergreen Aitken brothers who have been staples in NSW Premier cricket for many years, not to mention the power of Justin Avendano at 3, the glove work of Jay Lenton and the pace of Nic Bills. These names are just the beginning, with the likes of Tom Jagot, Scott Rodgie, Matt Alexander and James Campbell all expected to make an impact in this highly anticipated T10 fixture.
A massive virtual crowd is expected with the game getting underway at 6am Sunday morning in Australia and 9pm Saturday night in the UK. You can follow all of the action via the CricketLibrary Twitter handle.
The game is the final contest in the Sydney leg of the tour with Riding Mill scheduled to play three matches in Victoria before heading to Perth.
We are hearing reports that there are discussions taking place to add another fixture to the itinerary with virtual Hong Kong being touted as the possible venue. We will keep you across any breaking news regarding the outcome of these talks as soon as we have confirmation.