SCARBOROUGH skipper Piet Rinke is calling for more of the same when his side travel to Cleethorpes in the Yorkshire League tomorrow.
Rinke’s men have been in form over the past few weeks, but this run will be stiffly tested against a Cleethorpes side who sit second in the table.
Scarborough will be without batsmen Kunwar Bansil, though youngster Anthony Hunter will step in.
Rinke said: “Cleethorpes have made a really good start to the season.
“They have recruited a quick Sri Lankancalled Omesh Wijesiriwardana who has been causing a few problems so far.
“We do always tend to have a good battle with them.
“We are also a team in form, we have been on a roll over the past few weeks and we want to keep it rolling.
“It will be a case of carrying on with the basics and hopefully that will see us through.”
Rinke added: “It is a shame that Kunwar is missing because he has done well for us so far, but it will give the other batsmen a chance to shine. Anthony has impressed in the games he has played so he will get another go.”