The Border Bullets have inadvertently adopted a mantra from one of the world's most famous people of his time for the T20 Regional Bash.
Cricket Albury-Wodonga's representative side won the inaugural statewide competition at the Sydney Cricket Ground on December 6, 2015.
Almost six years to the day, the Bullets will start yet another campaign on Sunday to regain their standing as a country powerhouse.
Founder of Ford Motor company Henry Ford (1863-1947) once said, "If you always do what you've always done, you always get what you've always got."
The Bullets are working on the same theory.
"We're going with a new approach because the last few years we haven't got the job done, so we've brought in five, six, seven new players," co-coach Trent Ball reasoned.
It's an extremely bold move when you consider four of the top 10 bats this season in the same format - Ash Borella, David Farrell, Alex Popko and Matt Armstrong - played in that history-making win over Northern Inland Bolters.
After his dumping, the dashing Borella joined Wagga Sloggers and will meet the Bullets on December 12.
North president Dale Paddle was seething with the treatment of the undefeated Hoppers, with only veteran all-rounder Tim Hartshorn named.
"There were two or three guys at North who were really close and (undefeated) Albury was the other one," Ball admitted.
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