There will be no special treatment for Corey McCarthy this weekend when he faces his three older brothers on the cricket field.
The 20-year-old Holbrook captain will go head-to-head with siblings and Walla opponents Jamie, Daniel and Kieren in Saturday's CAW Hume qualifying final.
But the skipper, who is leading the competition's first grade bowling standings, isn't expecting his brothers to take it easy on him.
"They never do," Corey said.
"The first game was washed out and they beat us last time.
"It'd be good to get one back on them."
However, Corey did have a minor win against Walla back in round 10, bowling out older brother Kieren.
"I top scored though with 57 for the day," Kieren said.
"Last time we gave him a bit of banter, which he didn't like, but we got the win which was good."
"Hopefully we'll knock him off," Daniel added.
Despite having his brothers all at another club, Corey admitted his connection to Holbrook was too strong to see him follow in their footsteps.
Even despite their attempts to lure him to Walla.
"Tom Simmons got them when they won a premiership at Jingellic," Corey said.
"They got Daniel and Jamie last year for half of the season and then Kieren went as well.
"They've been at Walla ever since and I've loved it here.
"Then I was given captaincy at Holbrook at the start of the year."
Corey admitted he's had a bit if practice when it comes to facing his brothers.
"We've played a bit of backyard cricket against each other," he said.
The Brookers finished the season in fifth spot and will need a win this weekend to see them progress.
Their captain said he's happy with their strong finish to the season, having won three consecutive matches to storm into finals.
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"At one stage we were fighting for finals, but a couple of wins later in the year has really helped us," Corey said.
Walla head into finals having secured second place to Osborne.
Despite a loss to the ladders leaders last round, Daniel believes there's not much separating the top two sides.
"We missed a game earlier in the year that was washed out that Osborne got in," he said.
"It was pretty disappointing not to get the win on the weekend, but in saying that I think a couple of the younger blokes down the bottom of the order showed a bit of character.
"Hopefully it puts us in good stead for the weekend."
Osborne will take on Rand in Osborne this weekend, with the reigning premiers sneaking into the finals.
The other qualifying final will see Henty clash with Brock-Burrum at Yerong Creek.
Despite battling each other in one game, Corey and Kieren will unite for another in the O'Farrell Cup.
"We will get to play one game together at least," Corey said.
"If we lose on Saturday we have another game to go on Sunday."
But it's not just cricket where Corey is the odd one out, with the brothers also playing for different football clubs.
While Daniel and Kieren have most recently played for Farrer league club East Wagga-Kooringal, Corey has once again stayed faithful to Holbrook.
"I could have followed them, but I didn't," he said.
Walla and Holbrook will go head-to-head at the Walla Football Ground.
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