Umpires: J Hewitt, J Paterson
Bayswater Morley: Liam O'Connor (c), Jake Lewis, Mitchell Todd, Aaron Todd, Rhys Hampson, Robert Guy, Travis Keys, Tim Smithies, Daniel Del Prete, Ashley Jeffrey, Jonty Wilde.
South Perth: Hugh Brown (c), Trent Ovens, Chris Chellew, Simon Ringrose, Brandon Guest, Alex Bevilaqua, Brooke Guest, Andrew Korol, Darius D'Silva, Robert Jones, Tasman Harris.
Milestones: Rhys Hampson (BM) 50th match, about to pass 1000 runs. Robert Guy (BM) just passed 2000 runs.
Both sides had a good start to the season, with South Perth 61-run winners over Subiaco-Floreat, while Bayswater-Morley were dominant against Rockingham-Mandurah. South Perth will be looking to its bowlers, as they will need to contain the Bears’ strong batting line-up with Rhys Hampson and Robert Guy in good form.
Claremont Nedlands (1st) v University (5th) at Cresswell Park
Umpires: J Taylor, C Pelpola
Claremont Nedlands: Chris Brabazon (c), Daniel Turkich, Jacob Whiteaker, Joel Paris, Kip Cameron, Nicholas Hobson, Paul Donaldson, Haydan Morton, Tim David, Christopher Simpson, Bradley Hope.
University: Matthew Birrell (c), Viv Paver, Brendan Murray, Alex Rose, Rex Strickland, Josh Dallimore, Daniel Moore, Joshua Mason, Sean Stuart, Max Hope, Jay O'Brien.
Both sides would have been happy with their first-round performances, with Claremont-Nedlands sitting on top of the ladder after thumping Willetton by 119 runs and University also enjoying a comfortable 44-run win over Joondalup. In a boost for Claremont Nedlands, key University skipper Will Bosisto has not been named after a masterful opening round in which he scored 97 runs and took 5-54.
Joondalup (12th) v Midland Guildford (4th) at Iluka Sports Complex 1
Umpires: T Rann, F Davis
Joondalup: Michael Johnson(c), Simon Branston, Josh Anderson, Jaron Morgan, Garrick Morgan, Jake Zsilinszky, Harry Larmett, Mitchell Dixon, Jake Riccardi, Joe Inglis, Max Hallas, Charlie Klemm.
Midland Guildford: Christiaan Moir(c), Ashley Mucciarone, Zac Howard, Jack Baker, Keaton Critchell, Jordan Mast, Hayden Cobley, James Kirwan, Julian Crudeli, Charlie Cassell, Stewart Walters.
Milestones: Jack Baker (MG) best bowling figures 5-32.
Joondalup lost a high-scoring affair with University by 44 runs last week, while Midland-Guildford had won an enthralling battle with Perth, winning by 4 wickets. The duel between Jack Baker and Michael Johnson looms as an important one in the context of this match.
Mount Lawley (8th) v Fremantle (14th) at Breckler Park 1
Umpires: A Kovalevs, A Micenko
Mount Lawley: Shane Rakich(c), Tom Beaton, James Newnham, Oliver Mouchemore, Dylan Sharman, Liam Purdy, Justin Kandiah, Ian Fishman, Tristan Hobley, Mohamed Ijaz, Matthew Taylor.
Fremantle: Brayden Sutton(c), Timothy Miles, Ross Macauley, Jordan Buller, Daniel Kennedy, Matthew Micale, Benjamin Moore, Anthony Collova, Chris Davenport, Josh Chojnowski, Jarryd McPhee.
Milestones: Ross Macauley (F) about to pass 100 wickets
Mount Lawley defeated Gosnells by 44 runs last week, while Fremantle suffered a six-wicket loss at the hands of Wanneroo. Fremantle will need a big haul of wickets from Timothy Miles and Ross Macauley to stifle Mount Lawley’s powerful batting line up if it's to have a chance of winning this match.
Perth (13th) v Melville (7th) at Fletcher Park East
Umpires: T Steenholdt, M Hooper
Perth: Luke Jury(c), Jacob Van Galen, Dain Moreton, Sean Roberts, Jacob Snadden, Josh Nicholas, Dean Nelson, Bradley Garland, Alex Calmy, Lachlan Pratt, Kyle Gardiner.
Melville: Luke Towers(c), Drew Porter, Matthew Wiley, Matthew Bowdler, Mark Turner, Brad Turner, Tom Scollay, Blake Reed, Josiah Smith, Bryce JACKSON, Adam Voges.
Milestones: Luke Towers (M) passed 6000 runs. Matthew Wiley (M) passed 100 catches.
Perth lost by four wickets to Midland Guildford in a rain-affected match last week, while Melville opened their season with a tight three-wicket win over Scarborough. Luke Towers will be the man to watch after surpassing 6000 runs. Perth will need to get him out early and also keep an eye on former Australian batsmen and ex-State captain Adam Voges.
Scarborough (10th) v Rockingham Mandurah (15th) at Abbett Park East
Umpires: D Trigg, J Sherry
Scarborough: Brent Jarvis-Spinks(c), Jeremy Boyle, Liam Stevens, Liam Knight, Josh Philippe, Samuel Moylan, Sean O'Callaghan, Cody Rose, Nicholas Maiolo, Ryan Knight, Lance Morris.
Rockingham Mandurah: Craig Simmons(c), Dane Ugle, Cameron Reyne, Tyler Robertson, Kane Standing, Joel Marion, Leon Coombs, Nathan Hutchison, Adam France, Ed Pollock, Damien Burrage.
Both sides had a less than desired start to the season, going down to Melville and Bayswater-Morley, respectively. Ed Pollock will need some support around him, as it was left to too few to do too much for Rockingham-Mandurah last week. Nicholas Maiolo will be looking to keep his good form going after scoring 68 off 88 balls against Melville.
Subiaco Floreat (11th) v Gosnells (9th) at Floreat Park Oval
Umpires: M Hall, D Gibbons
Subiaco Floreat: Christopher Hansberry(c), Anthony Murphy, Aaron Lilly, Andrew Holder, Calum How, Jack Retallack, Geremy Fatouros, Hamish McKenzie, Michael Hart, Kiran Prashanth, Tom Moscarda.
Gosnells: Matthew Leipold(c), Ben Green, Timothy Hale, Alistair Bivens, Jonathon Crowe, Aaron Keverne-Onyon, Ryan James-Buckley, Jeremy McFarlane, Jakob Horsman, Chris Prescott, Bryan Lutter.
Subiaco Floreat lost in dramatic fashion last week going down by 61 runs to South Perth while Gosnells faired marginally better, losing to Mount Lawley by 44 runs. The battle for wickets between Andrew Holder and Jakob Horsman will go a long way to deciding this match with both coming off four wicket hauls last week.
Umpires: N Johnstone, D Skinn
Wanneroo: Christian Smith(c), Kyle Millar, Matthew Spoors, Robert Richards, Jack Cattrall, John Walter, Emile van der Merwe, Haydn Slodecki, Jacob Johnston, Christopher Quelch, Mathew Dzodzos.
Willetton: Matthew Johnston(c), Kallen Bond, Stuart Biss, Kris Elliot, James Godfrey, Brennan Wilson, Prad Gunaratne, Ross Knoll, Matthew Hanna, Aaron McCall, Aaron Hardie.
Milestones: Jack Cattrall (WAN) about to pass 100 wickets. Brennan Wilson (WIL) 50 matches
Willetton suffered a huge defeat to start its season, going down by 119 runs to Claremont Nedlands, while Wanneroo enjoyed a powerful six-wicket win over Fremantle. Willetton will need a lift from everyone after last weeks’ poor performance while trying to contain Matthew Spoors (47no) with the bat and Jack Cattrall (3-26) with the ball as they both put on strong performances for Wanneroo last week.