You don’t have to look far for more tantalising action in week two of McDonald’s NSW Premier Cricket. Twenty-five matches are scheduled to take place across the Men’s and Women’s First Grade competitions, with the weather also expected to clear.

All eyes will be on Manly Oval on Sunday as Manly-Warringah make their debut in the women’s competition against Northern District. In the round’s other matches, Universities play Campbelltown-Camden, Parramatta host Penrith, St George Sutherland welcome Bankstown to Harold Fraser Oval, and Gordon play Sydney.

The majority of the round’s matches will be available to view via the NSW Women’s Premier Cricket Match Centre, which you can find HERE.

Meanwhile, Kingsgrove T20 action returns on Sunday, with the launch of a new deal that will see select matches broadcast live on Kayo Freebies. St George will play Gordon in the first livestreamed game at Hurstville Oval. The action gets underway at 2:30pm. Click HERE for more information. 

In other matches, Manly Warringah play Randwick Petersham, Sydney host Mosman, Fairfield Liverpool play Parramatta at Rosedale Oval, and Bankstown play Penrith.

UTS North Sydney host UNSW, Northern District travel to Campbelltown-Camden, and Sydney University play Blacktown Mounties. The round’s final two games see Western Suburbs play Hawkesbury and Eastern Suburbs host Sutherland.

On Saturday, Eastern Suburbs will be out to secure a second straight win when they play Western Suburbs in one-day action, while Randwick-Petersham will be hoping to bounce back from a disappointing result when they host Manly-Warringah. Blacktown play Sydney at Joe McAleer Reserve.

Elsewhere, Parramatta play Mosman, UNSW host Northern District, and Sutherland travel north to tackle Hawkesbury. Bankstown host St George, and Penrith welcome Campbelltown-Camden.

Fairfield Liverpool will be hoping Luke Ohrynowsky’s first round form continues when they play Sydney University. Ohrynowsky scored 109 against Penrith last weekend. 

At the other end, UTS North Sydney will be seeking more wickets from veteran Robert Aitken, who took 5/42 at the weekend. They play Gordon at North Sydney Number 2.

The majority of the round’s matches will be available to view via the NSW Premier Cricket Match Centre, which you can find HERE.