ENFIELD have a dilemma - their two bowlers are so good that the others are hardly getting a chance.
Professional Brandon Hiini and Keith Barker are proving a deadly duo with 32 wickets between them in their four matches played so far.
Enfield have won their last three games and no team has yet got more than 100 runs against them.
It was 90 all out in their loss to Rawtenstall; then Rishton were 99 all out in Enfield’s win; Burnley were skittled out for 77 and Church finished with 90 in another Enfield victory.
"I want a go at bowling but I am not getting a look in," said captain David Bracewell.
"But you can’t really complain when they are doing so well and we have been winning games convincingly.
"No side has yet got 100 against us and I think our highest batsman is Craig Fergusson with just over 100 runs - but you don’t need the runs if you are set less than 100 to win.
"But we do have about six bowlers all waiting in the wings - but I can’t really change it."
It is a big season for Keith Barker who lost his father, former West Indian pro Keith Barker, last month.
Keith Junior, whose godfather is Clive Lloyd, was a professional footballer at Blackburn Rovers before he was released last year and finished last season at Northwich.
But before the 21-year-old opted for football, he played cricket for England Under 15s and was offered a contract with Lancashire.
The county have been keeping an eye on his cricketing skills and are believed to have watched him again this season.
"He is head and shoulders above the rest of us," said the captain.
"He has had a great start to the season and, now the wickets are getting harder, he is getting quicker.
"I am not sure if he has got a bit disillusioned with football but he is a cricket talent and we believe Lancashire are keeping a close eye on him.
"He has done really well with Brandon. Brandon had a good season back home in New Zealand with his state side Canterbury as they finished runners-up in the league and then won the play-off.
"He also got Bowler of the Year and had a really good season. He knows what this league is all about too as it is his second year here and he and Keith are both really confident about getting wickets."
The other bowlers will get their chance as it is Worsley Cup weekend and the first round gets underway this Sunday.
There is a limit to 10 overs per bowler -which should please the Dill Hill Laners - but Enfield have a tricky task in playing holders East Lancs.
"That should help us as we have six bowlers who can do a job on their day so we will be okay," said the skipper. "But we lost to East Lancs in the first round last year so we would like a bit of revenge."
But first it is leaders Nelson in the league as fourth placed Enfield are creeping towards the top.
"Our first game of the season was the only one rained off and that was a bit disappointing," said the skipper.
"It has meant we only got three points and we have been playing catch-up every since.
"Then we had a disaster against Rawtenstall in our first game but since then we have found our feet. We have clawed our way back and are now playing with confidence."
Their latest win came against local rivals Church, who suffered a double loss weekend.
Barker took six wickets on Sunday, including the prize scalp of pro Niel Bredenkamp, as Church made just 90 - which was decent after being in trouble at 36-8.
Enfield didn’t have it all their own way in reply as Bredenkamp got three wickets but Keith Barker got 20 with the bat, with Adam Bracewell top scoring with 34, as they claimed a five wicket win.
ACCRINGTON bounced back from their first defeat of the season to Haslingden with victory over Rawtenstall in a low scoring game on Sunday.
The Valley side were the form team with 19 successive wins but Accrington pro Roy Silva destroyed them with 6-27 to move Accrington back into second spot.
Champions RISHTON were cursing their luck as even 152 from pro Saeed Anwar Junior could not steer them to victory in a high scoring clash with Haslingden.
Haslingden made 277 and Rishton came within four runs of the huge target. They needed 20 off the last over and six off the final ball but it was just too much.
Tomorrow, Church travel to Colne, Rishton are at home to Bacup while Accrington travel to in-form Todmorden.
Then, for the cup, Church make the trip to Bacup while Rishton are at Ramsbottom.