The clash between undefeated Parramatta and Northern District headlines the action in the third round of McDonald's Women's NSW Premier Cricket on Sunday.
With all four second round games washed out last weekend, surprise leaders Parramatta retained their position at the top of the ladder but face a stern test against consistent NDs.
In other games the winners of the last two competitions, Sydney and Campbelltown-Camden, meet at picturesque Birchgrove Oval, Gordon and Bankstown meet at Chatswood Oval and Universities will be searching for their first win of the season against St George-Sutherland at David Phillips Field.
Penrith has the bye.
Parramatta finished second last in the 2019/20 season but got this campaign off to the best possible start, knocking over Penrith in the first round.
Rain robbed them of the chance to test themselves against heavyweights Sydney last weekend but NDs represent another great challenge.
"We're keen to get out there after last the washout and test ourselves against a Northern District side that is always up for it," Parramatta vice-president Deb Pooley said.
"We need to take the energy and precision we showed in round one into this game."
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