The Rail will look to start with all guns blazing when the South Coast season resumes on Saturday.
After the Christmas break, cricket returns with the two-day competition. The Razorbacks, who sit in second spot on the ladder, are keen to build on that momentum when they face Kiama at Cavalier Park. And while confident of winning, The Rail captain Brett Gilly remains cautious of the hosts.
"Last time we played them, they were a pretty good team and we got a win in a tight game. We're expecting another close game again," he said. "They've got a good, young side and have lost a few tight games against a few of the better teams. We're going to have to be on our game if we are going to win."
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The Rail will enter Saturday's match under-strength, with Gilly among those unavailable due to a suspension.
However, the captain said this team was "raring to go".
"We put ourselves in a good position pre-Christmas and now it's time to kick on," Gilly said.
"We're obviously not completely at full-strength, so we've got to have a few of our senior guys stand up.
''But we see this as a game we should win and keep pushing us towards the top of the ladder."