St Patrick's will get an early crack at premiers Lavington in the only finals re-match of the opening weekend.
The Patties saved their worst for last when humbled for just 60 in the preliminary final from 26.2 overs.
The Panthers posted 5-61 from 17 overs to book a berth against North Albury in the grand final.
St Pat's co-coach Liam Scammell will debut for the club.
Ironically, his last game at CAW level was as a member of Lavington's 2012-13 outfit against the Patties.
The Border product has returned home after eight years in Melbourne's Premier cricket.
Meanwhile, Tallangatta recruit Shoaib Shaikh will also face his former club in Saturday's first game.
Shaikh will tackle New City, where he led the association's run-scoring last season.
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