Wodonga Cricket Club will have the golden opportunity to add more silverware to its trophy cabinet ahead of a major celebration.
Bulldogs past and present will come together for the club's 150th anniversary next month.
A celebration dinner will be held at the Wodonga Golf Club on Saturday, February 15, following the Bulldogs' clash with North Albury, fittingly 10 years after the club's A grade premiership against the Hoppers.
The club plans to make a weekend out of the occasion with a welcoming barbecue during the under-16s match on the Friday night and a recovery barbecue alongside the over-60s home game on the Sunday, both at Les Cheesley Oval.
Club president Leo McGhee said more than 100 people have already booked tickets for the event.
"We've had a sub-committee working behind the scenes to get it up and running and obviously it's a big occasion," he said.
"You only get to do 150 once, so we may as well do it right.
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"We've already got some really good numbers and people don't have to be ex-Wodonga people, they can just come along on the night.
"We've got some Wodonga legends there on the night. There will be people that haven't stepped on the field to play for Wodonga Cricket Club, but there's loyal supporters and committee members from years gone by who are as much a part of the club as the people playing.
"The people involved in the committee will have the room set up with plenty of memorabilia on display, which will be a bit of a draw card on the night for people to have a look at all the old photos and shields and flags."
McGhee said it would be nice to capture the Provincial T20 crown against North Albury on Sunday ahead of the anniversary weekend.
"We aim to win every game we play in. Albeit, it doesn't count towards your points and the end result at the end of the year, which any cricketer would tell you is the one you want to win, but T20 is becoming a more popular part of the game," he said.
North Albury skipper Brendan Simmons admitted a few players have been out of form in the one-day competition.
"Some guys probably haven't had the best of years, but a T20 final coming up is another chance to turn that around and hopefully we can do that Sunday," he said.
"Wodonga are the form team and have taken all before them this year, so we'll definitely have to be at our best.
"The T20 is another chance for guys to get that bit of form back and a bit of confidence, which is a big one.
"Obviously to bounce back on Saturday (against Belvoir) after such a disappointing performance the previous Saturday would be a good way to work into Sunday.
"We play them in the T20 and we play them again going into finals, so any win over them would be great."
Simmons took over the captaincy from Ash Borella in December and has enjoyed his second stint in charge.
"A few more wins on the board would be good (laughs). The season can turn around pretty quickly on the back of a few wins," he said.
"We were able to do that last year and I don't see any reason why we can't do it again this year."
Tim Hartshorn is likely to be the only change for the Hoppers from Saturday to Sunday, having not played enough games to qualify for the T20 decider.
"Ash Borella is back in this week, so we'll be as strong as we can be on Saturday," Simmons said.
"The way T20 comp is structured up, Tim was unavailable for a couple of weeks."
Sunday's grand final starts at 4pm, with North Albury and East Albury to meet in second grade at 1pm.
Meanwhile, Saturday's one day action sees Wodonga meet East Albury at Les Cheesley Oval, Albury faces St Patrick's at Billson Oval, Tallangatta takes on New City at Rowen Park, Belvoir clashes with North Albury at Kelly Park, while Lavington welcomes Wodonga Raiders to Lavington Sportsground.