Top of the table Bankstown Sports travel to Glenn McGrath Oval to take on third placed St George-Sutherland as the stars return for round six of McDonald’s Women’s Premier Cricket.

After chalking up a century in round four, Lendlease Breaker Sarah Aley will make her return for Bankstown, whilst St George will be buoyed by the return of their player of the season from last year, Clare Crewdson.

Sixth placed Penrith will host fifth placed Northern District at Howell Oval.

Penrith will be aided by the return of Naomi Stalenberg, who comes into the contest fresh off scoring a century against England for the Cricket Australia XI in Blacktown.

Campbelltown-Camden and Universities will go head to head at Alan Davidson Oval in a bottom of the ladder encounter.

The Ghosts are winless this season, whilst Universities have only one win for the year, which came against Penrith back in round two.

The remaining game sees second placed Sydney host fourth placed Gordon at Ryde Oval.

Sydney suffered their first loss of the year in round four, falling to Northern Districts, whilst Gordon also tripped up away to Penrith.


McDonald’s Women’s Premier Cricket Round 6


St George-Sutherland vs Bankstown Sports at Glenn McGrath Oval                 

Universities vs Campbelltown-Camden at Alan Davidson Oval             

Penrith vs Northern District at Howell Oval                    

Sydney vs  Gordon at Ryde Oval