A special cause will be in mind this weekend when Yackandandah and Corowa take to the field.
The Yackandandah Cricket Club will host a Pink Stumps Day in conjunction with the clash, with all money raised going towards the McGrath Foundation in aid of breast cancer support.
The club will put on an afternoon tea and barbecue, with raffle items also up for grabs.
Roos' president Mitchell Maginness said he's hoping for a good turnout at the Yackandandah Sports Park on the weekend.
"It's just a good thing to get behind and support," Maginness said.
"The small community of Yackandandah likes getting behind these sorts of things.
"We always seem to have fairly good support and I think the game between us and Corowa should also be a good one.
"We'll have one of the local Breast Care Nurses from the McGrath Foundation coming out and will be around for a little while as well."
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While it's not the first time the club has hosted a Pink Stumps Day, Maginness said it felt right to throw their support behind the cause again this year.
The ladder leading Roos are hoping to hold on to top spot, with just two rounds remaining before District cricket finals start to get underway.
However, the reigning premiers are still focused on their next two big challenges as they prepare to meet with two of the top six sides.
"You're always happy to be in that position, but there's always more you can improve on," Maginness said.
"We still have two big games against Corowa and Kiewa.
"At the moment that's probably our main focus, trying to keep our position on the ladder and just get through those next few games.
"Even though they (Corowa) have only been in the competition for four years or so we seem to have a pretty good rivalry, but also seem to get along off the field well as well.
"It should be good."
Yackandandah and Corowa's game will get underway at 1pm with $10 donations being taken for the high tea.
In other round 17 games this weekend, Eskdale will look to test second placed Mt Beauty away from home, while Dederang will face Barnawartha/Chiltern at the Dederang Football Ground.
Howlong and Baranduda will battle it out in Howlong, with Bethanga and Kiewa scheduled to meet at the Bethanga Recreation Reserve.
Following this weekend just one round remains before semi-finals commence on February 29.
While the Roos lead the charge in the rankings, they are followed by Mt Beauty, Corowa, Dederang, Eskdale, Kiewa, Howlong, Baranduda, Bethanga and Barnawartha/Chiltern.