The losing team will be the only winless outfit when Belvoir hosts New City on Saturday.
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New City has conceded totals around 300 in losses to grand finalists North Albury and Lavington, while Belvoir fell to East Albury in a three-run thriller in the first round before St Patrick's hammered the Eagles by 118 runs.
"We've been in most of the games (at both T20 and 50-over level)," first change bowler Brad Freake said.
"We have a very, very young group that's playing and the positive is that we've been pretty close, although the back end of our batting last week was a bit disappointing."
The positive is that we've been pretty close, although the back end of our batting last week was a bit disappointing.Belvoir's Brad Freake
The Eagles were 3-75 but collapsed, losing 7-48.
Lachie McMillan was the only player to pass 15 with nine boundaries in his 63.
"He's awesome, it's probably a product of how much hard work he puts in, he trains harder than anybody else," Freake said.
The Eagles boast a host of youngsters with another in Daniel Vaccaro debuting against the Phoenix.
"You get a few games into them and you never know what they're going to be like until you give them a crack," Freake said.