Bluff Point still have a shred of hope of making the Geraldton Bendigo Bank Cricket League finals. It would be a miracle, but the Pointers play Chapman Valley-Northampton twice this weekend, and on current form could easily win both games. Those meetings are tonight at Wonthella in a Young Motors T20, and tomorrow in a 50-over game at Nabawa. They also need Wanderers to lose tomorrow against Towns at GBSC Park and for other things to line up as needed in remaining rounds. Unlikely, but possible. The Pointers could easily have won their T20 last week against Wanderers, but lost key wickets at the wrong times. They did, however, win the next day’s 50-over match, which ended a run of Wanderers wins over the Pointers at 19 games. In Sunday’s women’s T20 match of the round, Towns meet Wanderers at GBSC4. Much will depend on how well Wanderers’ attack of Sam Biddiscombe, Olivia Bidwell and Ashlyn Thompson bowl to Janelle Phillips and Pam Micke in particular. Phillips has 462 runs this season at 115.50 and Micke has 236 at 59.00. They have also shared partnerships of 142 and 133. If Wanderers can get through one of them, and ideally both, they perhaps have the batting in Bidwell, Abby Green and Biddiscombe to win. That’s presuming the Wanderers’ batters can handle a Towns attack that revolves around Phillips, Ruth Vorster, Micke and, if available, Kristy Geuer. The game at GBSC3 is between Sportsmans and CVN. With Tia Hatch, Meg Spalding, Jo Walker, Hayley McGlynn, Kira Bolton, Sarah Prickett and Hayley McGlynn, Sporties will be favoured. However, CVN have good players too — Lauren Newman, Natasha Perry, Chloe Bremner, Kate Clarkson and Kim Mawer among them. B-grade (40 overs): BP v Twn (Muir); CVN v Wan (Nor); Spo v Don (Won).