Macleay Valley's Mitchell Korn and Jarrod Prosper will put their skills on show for the Macquarie Coast Stingers in the Plan B Regional Big Bash T20 that's set to be played at Port Macquarie on Sunday.
Wingham's Michael Rees will lead the side.
Korn and Prosper of Rovers will be the only players from the region representing although Mid North Coast Cricket Council chairman Paul Dilley assured all players in the council area, whether they be involved in the premier league or association competitions, were eligible for selection.
Prosper is coming off a dominant 60 runs off 33 balls against Wingham last weekend and after three games sits on top of the leader-board for runs scored in the Premier League competition.
Unlike previous years when a round robin was played, Sunday's round will be a knockout.
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Macquarie Stingers face the formidable Newcastle Blasters on Sunday at 9am whlist Coffs Chargers will play Northern Rivers Rock in the other fixture, also at 9am. Winners clash in the final at Oxley Oval from 2pm.
Newcastle was added to this area's round this year to ensure NSW Health COVID-19 protocols were met.
However, rain is forecast for the area on Sunday and Mr Dilley said the games won't be rescheduled if there's a washout. He explained that last year's results would be the criteria and Coffs Harbour would progress to the finals at the SCG should there be no play.
Coffs Chargers will play Newcastle on Saturday in the women's round, where again Coffs will benefit if rain intervenes.