AT the bottom of the Gippsland Cricket League table, Sale-Maffra will host Leongatha at Stephenson Park this Sunday.
The only side yet to record a win after three rounds with two remaining, the Sharks still remain a chance of making the final.
A loss to Leongatha will end any hope the Sharks have making moving into the top two.
Leongatha enjoyed a strong win over Traralgon in round three with English import Christian Siverstone, Daniel Salmon and Kit Rothier all doing well with the bat.
Tim Wightman will once again lead the attack with the ball.
Sale-Maffra has plenty of talent of its own with players like Ben Saxon, Jack Tatterson, Josh Rurahwe, Brett Lanigan, and Brad Scott.
In other senior matches, Bairnsdale will host Warragul in a clash between the top two sides.
Victory for Bairnsdale will ensure it a place in the final.
Traralgon could regain second place with victory over Central Gippsland, which has only had one win this season.
SALE-Maffra ’s under 18 side will meet Bairnsdale at Nagle College this Sunday in the final round of the Gippsland Cricket League.
With only one victory this season, the young Sharks are out of contention to make the final, but can still shape the make-up of the top two.
Top side Bairnsdale needs a win a make sure of a berth in the final.
A PLACE in the under 16 final will be the prize when Sale-Maffra takes on Bairnsdale at Lakes Entrance.
Both sides sit on 14 points with the winner likely to meet top side Warragul in the final.
IN the women’s competition, third-placed Sale-Maffra will host second-placed Morwell at Wurruk.