Mailors Flat co-captain Matt Boyle is confident his team can bounce back after its first loss of the Grassmere Cricket Association season.
The Jets fell to top-of-the-table Grassmere at Purnim last week.
Boyle said his side was keen to make amends against Panmure at Winslow Recreation Reserve on Saturday.
"Yes, 100 per cent," he said.
"We didn't bat anywhere near as well as we could last week.
"Their (Grassmere) batting depth was too good."
Boyle, who hit 57 runs against Grassmere, said the Meerkats were one of the teams to beat this season.
"Grassmere is going to be a show, they are going to be right up there," he said.
"But we all know how good a side Panmure is when they're on - they are very hard to beat."
The Jets mentor said his side had room for improvement.
"We've had one or two (players) bat well each week when we've got the potential for five or six to do that," Boyle said.
"We're looking forward to all our batsman firing together.
"And we look forward to getting a really big score one day this season."
Boyle has otherwise been impressed with his group.
"Our fielding and our bowling has been really good given we consider ourselves more of a batting side," Boyle said.
"To deliver with the ball and the in field has been really good.
"And if we string our batting together we'll be much happier with our performances."
He said Noah Boyle, who has claimed four wickets, had stepped up this season.
"Our best bowler and our rock has been Noah Boyle," he said.
"Noah has taken on that lead bowler role."
The Jets co-captain said Noah opened the bowling with Chris Woodbridge last season who switched to Warrnambool and District club Merrivale this season.
"She's going well, she's a gun little bowler," he said of the teenager.
"She's very reliable, you know exactly what you're going to get."
Boyle added that De Francesco had opened the bowling a couple of times already and she might again on Saturday.
"If conditions suit, no doubt she''ll open the bowling," he said.
Mailors Flat is also looking forward to the return of Damian Jones who has been busy with family commitments and work.
"He adds a lot of depth with the bat and ball," Boyle said.
Panmure secured its second win of its campaign with a strong win against Killarney on Saturday.
Earlier this week, Bulldogs skipper Paddy Mahony said his side would be without several players for the clash against Mailors Flat.
He said he would draw on the club's B grade side.
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