Holbrook can go a long way towards securing the CAW Hume minor premiership with victory at Osborne on Saturday.
The Brookers won all nine games prior to the Christmas break and sit nine points clear of Osborne.
Captain Hamish Mackinlay expects his side to hit the ground running.
“We had a great turnout to training on Thursday night and the boys were batting and bowling really well, so being rusty certainly isn’t an excuse,” he said.
“This week’s side is probably going to be the strongest we’ve had, we’re only really missing Corey McCarthy.”
Mackinlay said the biggest focus is getting the top order to control its aggression.
“Besides Hayden Wishart, who has been batting beautifully, everyone needs to knuckle down a bit,” he said.
“With the team we’ve got, I know if we bat 40 overs we’re capable of making very big scores.”
In other games, Walbundrie hosts Burrumbuttock, Henty faces TRYC, Culcairn takes on Lockhart, while Rand meets Walla.
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