Ballarat Bolts will have an opportunity to move into the top two on the Women’s Community Cricket north west A one-day competition ladder when it faces Carlton-Brunswick on Sunday.
The Bolts notched up their first victory last week, comfortably defeating Melbourne University by nine wickets, after an interrupted first two rounds.
Carlton-Brunswick sits second on the ladder with two wins from three outings, not dropping a match since round one.
It is level on points with Craigieburn.
Ballarat continues to be one of the main threats in the competition.
With an upcoming twenty20 grand final clash after finishing two games clear on top of the ladder highlighting its position among the teams.