With T20 Summer Bash finals taking place at No.1 Sportsground on Sunday, players have the chance to push their claims for spots in next season's Newcastle Steel squad.
The Steel have won 14 of 22 matches since joining the Sydney-based NSW Premier T20 Cup in 2013-2014.
District chairman Paul Marjoribanks has been to each fixture over those six summers and now names his best Steel XI.
Joseph Price - Dynamic opener, cleanest hitter of ball.
Mark Dries - Hits ball to gaps and outstanding fielder.
Nathan Price - Class player in any form of cricket.
Mark Littlewood - Great leader and batsman. Captain and first picked.
Pat Darwen - Always in the game. Bats, bowls, fields.
Jeff Goninan - Strong wicketkeeper-batsman.
Sam Webber - Dynamic all-rounder. Made for T20 cricket.
Grant Stewart - Big hitting all-rounder. Launched pro career via Steel.
Mitch Claydon - World class T20 bowler.
Nick Foster - No.1 spinner who bowled tough overs.
Burt Cockley - Turned clock back with fast bowling and great team man.
Toby Gray (12th man) - Only 16 but tremendous leg-spin prospect.
Not a bad side if you could get them all together.
* CITY'S Anika Learoyd top scored with an unbeaten 60 as NSW defeated Victoria by 46 runs in the women's final of the National Indigenous Cricket Championships at Alice Springs on Monday.
Toronto's Ryan Fenning helped NSW claim the men's decider, which was umpired by Daniel Moran.