Cameron Williams knows what he wants to do and how he wants to do it. And at the moment he is doing exactly that.
The Russells Creek captain has experienced a rich-run of form the past three matches which resulted in a total of 355 runs, and a season total of 465.
Williams, who blasted 12 boundaries and seven sixes on his way to a game-high 134 runs in Saturday’s win against Allansford, said he still wanted to take his game to a new level.
"It is just about confidence and that is the main thing. You go into a game of cricket where you want to back your ability,” he said.
"I am trying not to be a two-trick pony, meaning I don't want just to have two shots, I want to be a 360-cricketer and be able to hit the ball anywhere.
"I watch a lot of cricket on tv and a lot T20 cricket and you learn a lot of stuff and feed off that.
"What I am trying to do with my own game and I have been working with the coaches on is more about trying to be able to hit everywhere and make the fielders think."
Williams, who made more than the rest of his teammates combined, almost single-handedly got Russells Creek to its score of 9/200.
The impressive knock of 134 became his second century in three weeks, but the talented number three was playing down his achievements.
Williams said he believed he had just reaped the rewards of backing himself.
"Cricket is a funny game where you could have three weeks where you get three good balls and get out," he said.
"And I did get dropped a couple of times early on.
"But again cricket is a pretty simple game where you go out there and play to your strengths and you hope it comes way.
"At Jetty Flat with the shortest boundary sideways you can always play aggressive and get away with bits and pieces.
"But there are other batters in our line up that could all do it, I was just lucky enough to get away with it again this week so I am happy with that."
Williams has a big couple of weeks coming up, including the one-day final. But again, he is not looking too far ahead.
"You take every week as it comes," he said.
"You can say a lot of things where you are going to go make hundreds and try to win a game by yourself, but bowlers and wickets are different each week
"That's one of the greatest things about the game, you aren't up against the same competitor on the same wickets."