GCA - The spotlight will be on Swifts/Great Western and whether they can continue their unbeaten run when the Grampians Cricket Association two day competition resumes tomorrow.
Swifts/Great Western meet St Andrews for the first time this season and will be refreshed and ready to go following a lengthy holiday, thanks to two byes and the Christmas break.
Combine batsmen Travis Nicholson and James Devery had a less than impressive stint in B grade last round against Pomonal and will be looking to make amends, while bowlers Tom Eckel, Jamie Bach and Marc Brilliant may need to dust off the cobwebs tomorrow.
Meanwhile, St Andrews must stand up and try to snatch first innings points if they are to feature in this year's finals series.
Saints are yet to defeat a team above them on the Association ladder and if they are to bat first, will need the likes of Matthew North, Lauchlan Dalgleish, Jacob Bates and Tom Schwab to make early runs.
On the bowling side, it will be up to Eric Wilson, John Hosking and James Laidlaw to lead the way with support to come from Bates and Schwab, in preventing the Combine from making a strong start and putting the game out of Saints reach.
After a slow start to the season, Pomonal needs to bounce back against Buangor in the first day of their two day encounter.
Pomonal have won just the one innings and are looking to lift themselves off the bottom of the ladder while Buangor are currently sitting in the Association top four following a win over Aradale prior to the break.
Buangor have had a rollercoaster season so far and are yet to prove themselves as genuine finals contenders.
However this could change with Tyson Carr, Harry Ganley, Jack Fraser and Shaun Allen leading the way with the bat, but they will need to be wary of Pomonal bowlers Brett Gay, Lee and Rick Oliver and Matthew Grinham.
Pomonal's batting stocks are rather slim, with Nick Maddison and Robert McKinnon the stand outs and they'll need plenty of help from Luke Roberts, Simon Donkers and Lachie Green to post a competitive first innings score.
Although if Ben Hargreaves and both Jack and Jim Fraser are on song, Pomonal's scoring opportunities could be limited.
Youth Club will be looking to continue on their winning way when they clash with Aradale tomorrow.
These teams could be forgiven for having a sense of deja vu, having played each other just three weeks ago before the Christmas holidays.
In that match, it was Jamie Solyom who shone with the bat and he will be hoping to keep up that form again along with teammates Zac Marrow, Steve Le Gassick and Matt Delzotto.
Aradale bowlers Brent Tate, Matthew Stasse, John Butler and Matthew Baldock know they have a tough task ahead if they are to curb the influence of the Clubbers batsmen.
Should Aradale bat first, Clint Rodger, Travis Horavtek and Matthew Stasse must improve on their last round performance but do face a challenge up against an in-form Clubbers bowling attack led by Steve Le Gassick, Cam Kimber and Angus Barham.
Pomonal v Buangor (CP) - P Syrad
St Andrews v Swifts/Great Western (AO) - T McKinnis
Youth Club v Aradale (NP) - G Goldsmith
Bye - Tatyoon
Navarre v Chalambar (NAV) - M Russell
Halls Gap v Youth Club (HG) - A Farish
Swifts/Great Western v Pomonal (GW) - G Miller
Rhymney/Moyston v Willaura (MOY)
Pomonal v Chalambar (POM) - K Agnew
Buangor v St Andrews (BG)
Aradale v Halls Gap (GS)
Wickliffe/Lake Bolac v Navarre (WIC)