Australian cricket icon Ellyse Perry says this is the year that Australian women will stamp their mark on the sport.
Perry is also keen for the women's team to lay claim to North Sydney Oval as their home base and fortress in the same way the men have both the MCG and SCG.
"I think it is a very special ground for us all to come back to," she said. "I'd love to think that North Sydney Oval was The Australian Women's Cricket Ground.
"If we play here every year, it's going to be a special event and it's going to be something love to come down. It's a great place to watch cricket.
"It's beautiful and historic and we really want to own this ground. It's a special place for us."
It's also backed by an impressive new campaign #WatchMe, led by a video which doubles as both a promotion of the teams and a call to arms for participation.
Perry added: "I think the campaign has been absolutely brilliant.
"The #WatchMe Tag seems true to our values in terms of wanting to play a great brand of cricket. We want to entice people to come down and enjoy themselves.
"There's a great setup here on Saturday with lots of things happening on the field but also around the ground in terms of champagne still for adults and then obviously ice cream and cake as well!
"I think there's just a really cool chance for people to come down and have a really fun night and we want to play some great cricket which people enjoy more than anything."