HENRY Foster, the son of former England opening bowler Neil Foster, will play for White Hills in Tuesday night's fourth round of the BDCA Twenty20 competition.
Foster plays in the Essex Premier League in England alongside White Hills imports Jake Foley and Jack Hebron.
The all-rounder is playing with Mildura East in the Sunraysia Cricket Association this summer and accepted an invitation from White Hills to play in Tuesday night's game against Strathfieldsaye at KWD Oval.
Foster has a highest score of 84 with Mildura East and has taken 10 wickets at an average of 20.
While White Hills has soared into the top four of the two-day league, it is winless in three T20 games. Strathfieldsaye has a 1-2 record and needs a percentage-boosting win to keep its finals hopes alive.
The other game in pool A, Strathdale-Maristians can secure a semi-final berth if it defeats Bendigo at Bell Oval.
Huntly-North Epsom, which is unbeaten in three games, has the bye.
The race for the two semi-final berths in pool B is more open.
Unbeaten in two games, Bendigo United can sew up a semi-final berth by defeating Golden Square on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs are coming off a loss to Sandhurst and must win to have any chance of making the semi-finals.
Eaglehawk and Kangaroo Flat clash at Canterbury Park, with the loser to be eliminated from semi-final contention.
Tuesday night's draw (all games start at 5.15pm) - Strathdale v Bendigo at Bell Oval, BUCC v Golden Sq. at Harry Trott Oval, Eaglehawk v Kang. Flat at Canterbury Park, White Hills v Strathfieldsaye at KWD Oval.