The fifth edition of the Chris Mudd Twenty20 Challenge is set to return to the home of Maitland cricket at Robins Oval.
The challenge will be a lead-up fixture to the Western Suburbs versus City United "Legends" match on Saturday, October 1.
The charity Twenty20 fixture, which is the unofficial season kick-off for Western Suburbs, will once again see Mudd's sons Lincoln and Nathan take charge of the two squads.
Mudd, a life member of Maitland’s senior and junior district cricket associations lost a battle with bowel cancer in 2012.
Both teams are loaded with talented cricketers - almost all of whom had a direct influence from Mudd himself.
The match promises to deliver another fantastic contest, to kick off a very special day of cricket as City United (100th season) and Western Suburbs (70th season) join together to celebrate their milestone seasons.
Lincoln Mudd (captain), Leisa Mudd (manager), Andrew Trappel, Damien Trappel, Brett Taylor, Aaron Mahony, Justin Lantry, Steve Cavanagh, Luke Kealy, Joshua Threadgate, BJ Hammonds, Dean Moore, George Hyde, Gary Fisher, Matthew Shone
Nathan Mudd (captain), Ainslie Mudd (manager), Tom Irwin, Tim Clarke, Mathew Sanders, Christopher Goward, Matthew Neilson, Mitchell Fisher, Jason Cutts, Thomas Rumbel, Mitchell Smith, Scott Holz, Alex Threadgate, Justin Partridge, Noel Lawler.