The Tamworth Women's Cricket competition is continuing to prove a hit.
Now into it's third season running under the auspices of the Tamworth Women's Cricket Association (previously it was run by the TDCA), the competition is designed to ultimately get more women playing the sport by giving them a bit of a taste in a more social environment.
"The competition is participation-based rather than skill-based," women's president John Rixon said.
Accordingly there are modified rules, and they play with a softer ball.
Seven teams have signed on for this summer's competition, which will run through to the end of this month and recommence in February next year.
They are a mix of school and club-based and feature a mix of ages, and even a couple of mothers and daughters.
"There's nine players to a team," Rixon said, with games 18-overs a side.
They are played at Riverside 7, 8 and 9 of a Tuesday, commencing at 5.30pm.
And while they are a few weeks into the competition, Rixon said players can still sign-up.
"We are still looking for more players," he said.