His team may have not tasted success since before the Christmas break, but Camperdown captain Steven Fisher believes some positives have come out of the lean start to the new year.
“We have been in positions to win games but we have dropped chances or lost wickets in some of those big moments,” Fisher said.
“We are a young side so hopefully we learn from our mistakes and next time those big moments come we can grab them.”
Camperdown is fifth on the South West Cricket Association ladder, 12 points behind Bookaar.
Losses in its last three games have come against top-four teams Pomborneit, Heytesbury Rebels and Bookaar.
Just one team above it, Mortlake, is included in the run home, which begins with Cobden today.
“Every game from here in is a final for us,” Fisher said.
“We need a few other results to go our way as well.
“When we win we need to win convincingly because percentage might come into it.”
Fisher has been a shining light for Camperdown, with 396 runs and seven wickets for the season so far.