GCA - Pomonal will be out to lift themselves off the bottom of the ladder when day two of A grade Grampians Cricket Association matches resume tomorrow.
The Tigers return to the crease sitting at 1/99 after dismissing St Andrews for 211.
Pomonal's batting, particularly on turf, has been a constant worry, but it seems their fortunes have turned around.
Nick Maddison and David Robinson are sitting on 35 and 30 respectively and are looking to continue their partnership, while Alex Malligan and Robert McKinnon are still to come.
Both Malligan and McKinnon haven't had much luck lately so will be out to make some much needed runs.
In the meantime, Saints bowlers James Hosking, Matthew North and Scott Dadswell will be under immense pressure to snare early wickets to prevent their side from bottom place relegation.
Tatyoon are looking to snatch the points off Youth Club when day two of their A grade clash takes place tomorrow.
Should Tatyoon achieve this, they will replace the Clubbers in second spot on the ladder.
However, there is still a long way to go for the home side who are currently sitting at 5/85 in reply to the Clubbers first innings score of 112.
With opening batsmen Andrew McDougall and Darren Beer, as well as the dangerous Jarred Blandford back in the sheds, it will be up to Ash Maconachie and Tim McDougall to form a partnership and put Tatyoon in the box seat.
Although discount the Clubbers at your own risk - they have a formidable bowling attack that will be trying desperately to take early wickets and prevent Tatty from gaining that upper hand.
Steve Le Gassick already has two wickets and is aiming to add to his total although he will need help from Jamie Solyom and Cam Kimber as well as Jack Kelly, who makes a welcome return to the side.
The focus would then switch on to Youth Club batsmen to see how they respond.
Steve Le Gassick, Matt Delzotto, Tim Seymour and Zac Marrow must make quick runs and try to tame Tatty's premier bowlers Tim McDougall and Jarred Blandford, if they are to save the match for the Clubbers.
Buangor has a run chase on their hands against Swifts/Great Western when they return to Alexandra Oval tomorrow.
The Combine dominated day one of play and have set the home side 256 runs to victory.
It is set to be a struggle for Buangor and although opening batsman Tyson Carr has been in good form of late, support must come from not just his partner Jack Fraser but from the middle order.
The likes of Chris Jerram, Jim Fraser and Jarred McGuiness need to step up and produce runs with their side setting out to prove they are a true finals contender.
However, Buangor will need to overcome some of the best bowlers in Grampians Cricket, with the Combine relying on Marc Brilliant, Gary Ranton and Tom McCord to get the job done.
Highlight of the round so far has been Pomonal's Dylan O'Neill, who dominated with both bat and ball on day one of his side's B grade clash with Chalambar.
O'Neill made 74 runs before claiming 6/7 as Chally slumped to 8/36.
Progressive scores and C grade one day matches:
Pomonal 1/99 v St Andrews 211
Tatyoon 5/85 v Youth Club 112
Buangor v Swifts/Great Western 9/255
Youth Club 129 v Swifts/Great Western 1/40
Chalambar 8/36 v Pomonal 170
Navarre 234 v Halls Gap 4/129
Willaura v Chalambar (WIL)
Buangor v Rhymney/Moyston (BG)
Aradale v Navarre (ARA)
St Andrews v Halls Gap (GS)
Pomonal - bye