CHESTER Boughton Hall host Bollington aiming to maintain their place at the top of Division One.
Steve Ogilby's men will be missing five key players for tomorrow's match, prompting the skipper to call on 15-year-old protegee Ollie Law.
Ogilby explained: 'We've got a few players out and so it is the perfect opportunity to give Ollie a chance.
'He has been doing well for the second team and he is a leg spinner with a lot of potential.
'We want to build on last week's win against Winnington and despite missing a number of players I am confident we can win.'
Heath Pritchard fired Hall back to the top of the table last Saturday, plundering a fine century and claiming four wickets in a home victory over Winnington Park.
The all-rounder from Melbourne scored 114 and Tom Ducker 57 as the hosts declared on 248-7.
Bottom team Park surprised Chester with the quality of their reply, but they still fell short on 214.
Aussie Aiden Baker made 103 as Alex Kegg (4-61) and Pritchard (4-75) turned the screw for Chester.