Osborne look to strengthen their stocks with the return of Joe Perryman and James Kennedy this weekend for the first round of Hume cricket finals.
The second placed side take on The Rock-Yerong Creek in Osborne for the semi-final clash.
Perryman and Kennedy are set to add extra bowling depth, while young Perryman has proven to be more than efficient with the bat this season as an opener for the side.
Coach Darren Howard said the team's leading runs scorer would be a huge inclusion for them as they head into Saturday's final.
"He makes a big difference for our team," Howard said.
Osborne enter the match having won their last three games, most recently downing fellow finals contender Walbundrie away from home last weekend.
"We've had a pretty good month of cricket and have had some good wins," Howard said.
"Now into finals, it's going to be a challenge against The Rock."
Osborne defeated The Rock-Yerong Creek back in round nine in their only encounter this season and will be keeping a close eye on in form batsmen Todd Hannam.
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"They've got a good side," Howard said.
"Todd Hannom is one of the best batsmen in the competition, so he's the key wicket for The Rock for us."
The young side is hoping to travel further this season after their run was cut short in the first week of finals last year.
"Hopefully we go a little deeper this year," Howard said.
"The young guys are the reason we're going so well.
"They're really enjoying their cricket and playing really well at the moment."
TRYC finished off the regular season in fifth spot and are coming off the back of a last round loss to Lockhart.
The other two semi-finals this weekend will see reigning premiers Rand take on Walbundrie in Rand and Walla to meet with Lockhart in Walla.
The two lowest ranked sides to lose on the weekend will be knocked out, with four advancing to the preliminary finals.
Rand have held on to top spot in the finals order after finishing ladder leaders, followed by Osborne, Walla, Lockhart, The Rock-Yerong Creek and Walbundrie.
With the competition extremely tight between the top six sides this season, Howard admits the top prize is anyone's for the taking.
"It's just a very even competition," he said.
"There's no real standout favourites this year, so I think it's just whoever plays the better cricket on the day."
All three of the Hume cricket semi-final clashes will get underway at 1pm on Saturday.