THE Henty cricket ground and the small town's motley team could feature in a popular video game.
The club has entered a competition putting them in the running to become part of the Ashes Cricket 2013 video game for PS3/Xbox 360.
Henty is currently sitting at third place behind Macquarie University and the Mandurah Cricket Club club with less than 24-hours to go in the competition.
If they win, the games programmers will use the photographs and statistics of Henty players to create their own characters in the game in a likeness to the local cricketers.
That means players like 50-year-old Tom White would get the chance to line up against Australia and England, in the virtual world at least.
The council worker, who boasts a long grey beard, plays for the B-grade team.
B-grade captain Josh Kleine said a win for the Henty and District Cricket Club would mean Henty’s gum-lined ground would also be showcased on the world stage.
“It would be really good to have a country-based club represent Australia,” he said.
Mr Kleine said the team had recently shot up the ranks to third place out of 105 in the competition, where they had remained for a number of days.
But because Henty boasts a population of just 900, he feared they may have exhausted all their community support.
He called on the rest of the Border region to get behind them.