JUNG Tigers coach Steve Kenny is hopeful his side can bounce back from an 'absolutely shocking' performance in the field against Horsham Saints at the weekend.
Kenny is keen to make amends for the sub-par performance when the Tigers take on top team Homers at Sunnyside in a one-day game tomorrow.
"We lost it for ourselves probably led by myself when I dropped Gary Davidson on 14," he said.
"I really let the side down in the field and with the bat you don't win games of cricket like that." Homers lost its first 45-over match for the season against an undermanned Rup-Minyip at the weekend.
Chris Hopper came agonisingly close to single-handedly leading the Pigeons to victory with a five-wicket haul and an unbeaten half-century.
Sandy Hodge and Simon Hopper both made starts but will need to improve if Homers are to return to the winners' circle.
With harvest commitments done and dusted, expect a strong showing from Noradjuda-Toolondo against last-placed Colts at Horsham City Oval.
Matt Combe, 408 runs at an average of 68, and Rowan Scott, 342 runs at 85.5, are both in the top-five A Grade run-scorers this season and are primed to cause more damage tomorrow.
Reigning premiers Rup-Minyip will look to return to the top-four when it goes up against Laharum at Rupanyup.
The Mountain Men had the better of Clinton Midgley's men last time they played, chasing down 264 without Damien Bunworth and Glenn Doyle.
Horsham Saints will aim for a fifth-straight win when they play Blackheath-Dimboola at Dudley Cornell Park.
The Saints will be without a number of key players including skipper Davidson, in-form batsman Steven Leith and veteran swing bowler Glenn O'Beirne.