Sarcoma is a rare, aggressive cancer of the bones or soft tissue and is especially prevalent in young people aged 15-25.

About 800 new cases are diagnosed each year in Australia and because the disease is often discovered late, only 40% of patients survive past five years.

Sock it to Sarcoma! provides support and care to people with sarcoma and their families. Funds are used for research, community awareness and patient support.

To assist in this season’s fundraising drive, an Everyday Hero page has been established for Premier clubs, players and supporters making donations, with all donations going directly to Sock it to Sarcoma!

Claremont-Nedlands (1st) v Joondalup (10th) at Cresswell Park

Umpires: J Taylor-J Sherry

Claremont-Nedlands: Chris Brabazon (c), Daniel Turkich, James Allenby, Jacob Whiteaker, Joel Paris, Haydan Morton, Cameron Steel, Nicholas Hobson, Tim David, Bradley Hope, Christopher Simpson

Joondalup: Jaron Morga n(c), Simon Branston, Tim Zsilinszky, Garrick Morgan, Jake Zsilinszky, Harry Larmett, Zak Birchall, Andrew South, Joe Inglis, Brayden Thompson, Connor Smith

Milestones: Chris Brabazon (CN) about to pass 3000 runs, Daniel Turkich (CN) passed 300 wickets, Tim David (CN) scored his 4th century.

Preview: Claremont Nedlands snapped a three-match losing streak in Round 13, defeating Subiaco Floreat, while Joondalup were comprehensively outplayed by Fremantle. The Tigers will be looking to keep their new-found momentum going, with a host of big name players back in time for finals.

Melville (4th) v Bayswater-Morley (8th) at Tompkins Park 1

Umpires: T Steenholdt-J Buscall

Melville: Luke Towers (c), Drew Porter, Thomas Kerr-Sheppard, Matthew Wiley, Matthew Bowdler, Ryan Duffield, Brad Turner, Tom Scollay, Blake Reed, Fraser Hay, Bryce JACKSON

Bayswater-Morley: No team available

Milestones: Luke Towers (M) scored his 13th century, Matthew Wiley (M) scored his 4th century, Blake Reed (M) about to pass 2000 runs, Ross Loiacono (BM) passed 100 wickets.

Preview: Melville enjoyed a brilliant first innings win over Wanneroo in Round 13, while Bayswater Morley’s finals asperations took a serious hit after falling to Perth. The Bears will need to curtail the influence of Luke Towers and Matthew Wiley, after the pair posted brilliant centuries in Round 13.

Midland-Guildford (15th) v Fremantle (11th) at Lilac Hill 1

Umpires: S Lamb-M Kovalevs

Midland-Guildford: Ashley Mucciarone (c), Corry Verco, Adam Faulkner, Keaton Critchell, Thomas Gosling, Hayden Cobley, James Kirwan, Austin Thomas, Julian Crudeli, Charlie Cassell, Joshua Dell

Fremantle: Brayden Sutton (c), Daniel Kennedy, Matthew Micale, Sam Whiteman, Chris Davenport, Benjamin Moore, Anthony Collova, Jake Carder, Bayley Holman, Zach Ferris, Jarryd McPhee, Ross Macauley

Milestones: Ashley Mucciarone (MG) 50 matches, Keaton Critchell (MG) passed 1000 runs, Charlie Cassell (MG) personal best figures of 5-51, Jake Carder (F) personal best 169 and scored his 3rd century, Daniel Kennedy (F) about to pass 2000 runs.

Preview: Midland Guildford lost a tight match to Scarborough by one run in the first innings in Round 13, while Fremantle cruised to victory over Joondalup. While finals may be out of reach for Midland Guildford and Fremantle, both sides will be looking to expose their youngsters to First Grade cricket, to try and build momentum heading into next season.

Mount Lawley (14th) v Willetton (2nd) at Breckler Park 1

Umpires: F Davis-D Skinn

Mount Lawley: Shane Rakich (c), Michael Klinger, Tom Beaton, James Newnham, Matt Dixon, Dylan Sharman, Jay Chislett, Liam Purdy, Ethan Petta, Mohamed Ijaz, Justin Kandiah

Willetton: Matthew Johnston (c), Kallen Bond, Sean Brennan, Chris Lagana, Stuart Biss, James Godfrey, Brennan Wilson, Shayne Wornes, Will Rhodes, Aaron McCall, Iszak Milentis

Milestones: Shane Rakich (ML) passed 300 catches, Matthew Johnston (W) about to pass 100 catches.

Preview: Mount Lawley suffered a big defeat at the hands of University in Round 13, while Willetton enjoyed and outright victory over Rockingham Mandurah to draw equal first on points with Claremont Nedlands. Willetton will be looking to its leaders in Matthew Johnston, Will Rhodes and Kallen Bond to keep the momentum going forwards heading into finals, with the top spot on the ladder up for grabs.

Rockingham-Mandurah (9th) v Perth (5th) at Lark Hill 1

Umpires: J Hewitt-S Boyle

Rockingham-Mandurah: Craig Simmons (c), Nick Willis, Dane Ugle, Tyler Robertson, Aaron Burrage, Damien Burrage, Kane Standing, Vincent Poller, Leon Coombs, Matthew France, Ed Pollock

Perth: Luke Jury (c), Jacob Snadden, Tom Casey, Josh Nicholas, Jacob Van Galen, Sean Roberts, Aidan Enright, Alex Calmy, Jordan Mast, Kyle Gardiner, Dain Moreton, Liam Guthrie

Milestones: Crag Simmons (RM) passed 7000 runs, Jonathon Wells (P) scored a personal best 201 and became the first Perth player to score a double century at Fletcher Park.

Preview: Rockingham Mandurah suffered an outright defeat to Willetton in Round 13, while Perth put Bayswater Morley to the sword in the first innings as Jonathon Wells blasted a sensational double century. The Mariners will need the likes of Craig Simmons and Dane Ugle to perform with bat and ball if they are to upset the in-form Perth.

Scarborough (12th) v Subiaco Floreat (7th) at Abbett Park East

Umpires: D Gibbons-L Lindsay

Scarborough: Wesley Robinson (c), Luke McQuade, Liam Knight, Lance Morris, Josh Philippe, Andrew Rule, Samuel Moylan, Cody Rose, Nicholas Maiolo, Ryan Knight, Lachlan Tyler, Joshua Hollows, Lochie Hardy, Taj Ferguson

Subiaco Floreat: Christopher Hansberry (c), Anthony Murphy, Kiran Prashanth, Calum How, Aaron Lilly, Cameron Green, Tim Monteleone, Joshua Parker, Michael Hart, Ashley Blake, Lucas Martin

Milestones: Josh Philippe (S) personal best six catches, Nicholas Maiolo (S) scored his 3rd century, Tim Monteleone (SF) passed 4000 runs.

Preview: Scarborough won an epic match against Midland Guildford by one run in Round 13, while Subiaco Floreat fell out of the top six after a tough loss to Claremont Nedlands. The Lions will need Chris Hansberry, Calum How and Anthony Murphy to lead with the bat if they are to regain their spot in the top six.

Note from Scarborough CC: Scarborough Cricket Club is hosting a Premiership Reunion Day on Sunday 18 February during the 13's Inverarity Shield and 14's McKenzie Shield matches against Mount Lawley District Cricket Club. The four premiership anniversaries being celebrated are the 1966-67 Fourth Grade premiership, the 1997-98 First Grade and Fourth Grade premierships and the 2007-08 First Grade premiership. The main celebrations will start from 2:30pm in the Peter Wearne Pavilion at Abbett Park.

This is a great opportunity for those who were around the club in these years to catch up, share some memories and meet some of the current Scarborough players.

We look forward to seeing you down at Abbett Park for this memorable occasion.

- Scarborough Secretary Kurt Smith

University (6th) v Gosnells (13th) at James Oval

Umpires: M Hooper-T Krink

University: Matthew Birrell, Viv Paver, Mitchell Drennan, Josh Dallimore, Jay O'Brien, Robert Honeybul, Bailey Richards, Tom Balkwill, Sean Stuart, Corey Rocchiccioli, George Bartlett

Gosnells: Matthew Leipold (c), Braydon Ridley, Ben Green, David Roberts, Brandon Jacobs, Brodee Foster, Aaron Keverne-Onyon, Ryan James-Buckley, Jakob Horsman, Jeremy McFarlane, Chris Prescott

Milestones: Sean Stuart (U) personal best 114, George Bartlett (U) personal best 110, Matthew Leipold (G) personal best figures 6-60.

Preview: University jumped back into the top six after a stirring win over Mount Lawley in Round 13, while Gosnells fell to South Perth in the first innings. Gosnells will need captain Matthew Leipold to impress with the ball again, as Sean Stuart and George Bartlett are coming into the match on fire after posting centuries in Round 13.

Wanneroo (16th) v South Perth (3rd) at Kingsway Sports Ground 1

Umpires: D Trigg-T Rann

Wanneroo: Christian Smith(c), Kyle Millar, Max Holden, Robert Richards, Matthew Spoors, Jack Cattrall, Adam Smith, Bailey Nylander, Mathew Dzodzos, Riley Holly, Jacob Johnston

South Perth: Hugh Brown(c), Trent Ovens, Chris Chellew, Michael Bailey, Simon Ringrose, Brandon Guest, Keaton Spencer-Wright, Brooke Guest, Darius D'Silva, Robert Jones, David Cleary

Milestones: Trent Ovens (SP) personal best 124 and his 2nd century, Chris Chellew (SP) took his 4th five-wicket haul and is about to pass 150 wickets.

Preview: Wanneroo’s season of woe continued in Round 13, with a disappointing loss to Melville, while South Perth strengthened its position in the top six, defeating Gosnells in the first innings. South Perth will look to Tim Ovens and Darius D’Silva to post another big total and keep the Roos at arms-length, as a big win could see South Perth land on top of the ladder.