Wagga RSL are looking to back up a big bowling performance for a rare win this season.
The Bulldogs bowled Lake Albert out for 142 on Saturday as they chase just their second win of the season.
Despite being 3-8 at stumps, and having plenty of recent batting struggles, captain James Richards is confident the best of their batting is to come.
He hopes they can put it all together this time around.
"We've still our main batsmen to come," Richards said.
"We sent Nick Grant in, who is normally our 11, and he got out so it's really only two down.
"We're in a position to win if we bat well enough and hopefully the weather will be a bit better than what it was last week.
"The pitch was doing a bit but the outfield was the main reason why I chose to bowl as because of the rain we had it was so thick and they only hit about four or five boundaries and on a normal day their score would have been a lot more.
"Hopefully we get the luck of the draw with the weather and the conditions might be a little bit better this week."
Tim Cameron got through a mountain of work, bowling virtually from one end all day.
He finished with 5-49 from his 33 overs
Richards is still in awe about his performance and is hoping the batsmen can back it up.
"Camo was crazy," he said.
"I've never seen anything like it.
"He bowled the entire day and just found a rhythm after about six overs.
"He wasn't getting tired and was just like a horse who just switches off and goes forever.
"He would have beaten the bat at least 30 times.
"It was just unbelievable and could have had more if not for one or two dropped catches and one or two lbws that could have been given."