Birmingham Bears women face Sussex and Lancashire at home in a third double-header of the T20 domestic season this Sunday with co-coach Alex Roslyn hoping to witness another strong performance from his side.
The Bears have so far won three of their four outings this season and Roslyn believes there is more to come from his teams.
“We are looking to continue our positive approach in the games this weekend and come away with the points,” said Roslyn. “We still feel there is a lot more to come from us in T20, so, the girls are raring to go.”
Despite the absence of captain Marie Kelly and England players Jenny Gunn and Amy Jones, there have been important contributions with both bat and ball throughout the squad says Roslyn
“The batters have formed good partnerships and the bowlers have controlled the game well. Combined with our excellent fielding we are putting constant pressure on the opposition.”
They will face Sussex at 10:30 before campaigning for maximum points against Lancashire at 4:30.