CYMS haven't taken long to mark themselves as the danger team in this season's Royal Hotel Cup but Centennials Bulls are confident they've got what it takes to bowl over the Twenty20 juggernauts.
Bulls went down in their opening clash of the T20 competition but have a stack of players with experience in the short form competition who know how to pile on runs in a hurry.
They've got a task ahead of them at Wade Park this Friday night, trying to stop a CYMS side who have already beaten St Pat's Old Boys and Centrals. One more win will ensure CYMS take a semi-finals place.
Bulls captain Kurt Toole said there's a great range of weapons on the Bathurst squad, who compliment each other perfectly.
"We feel pretty good heading into it. The first game of the season for us was a Twenty20 game against Orange City and we lost that and we definitely had a few cobwebs," he said.
"We've dusted them out we've some good two day cricket so we're pumped and ready to go.
"Our team is pretty balanced for T20. We've got big hitters and then boys who can stabilise. The two Gurney brothers are big hitters and the Aubin brothers are great stabilisers so that's a good mix for a T20 game."
Centennials will be hoping they can take some of their two-day form into the big hitting arena.
We've got big hitters and then boys who can stabilise.Kurt Toole
The team are currently two from three to start their Bathurst Orange Inter District Cricket season and Toole puts that down to an excellent atmosphere among the team.
"It feels good to have a couple of wins under our belt," he said.
"The culture at our club has changed a bit this year and I think all of us love playing together. Because we're enjoying it and having so much fun it's bringing the best out in us."
Match starts 6.30pm.