TREVALLYN captain-coach Damian Whybrow is wary of a wounded Beauty Point in tomorrow's round of games in the Tasmanian Cricket League.
"Beauty Point is a good team and they will be on the rebound after losing to Hadspen last week," Whybrow said.
He said the two teams had met only once this season with Trevallyn scoring an easy 59-run win in the encounter at Beauty Point on December 1.
"Our second-round game was washed out and with the roster season coming to an end we want to continue playing good all-round cricket for the finals," he said.
He was looking to Shannon Rumbel to continue his hot form with the bat and another contribution of wickets from his bowling line-up.
Trevallyn, unbeaten so far, is assured of finishing on top of the ladder for the second year in a row but Whybrow is not ready to start talking about finals just yet.
HADSPEN will go into the game without top-order batsman Ivo Agostini who suffered a groin injury in last week's upset win over Beauty Point.
Captain Anton Balym said tomorrow's game was an opportunity for Hadspen to continue playing good cricket at the right end of the season and there was also the chance of retribution against Uni-Mowbray.
"They beat us the last time we played and we have plenty of incentive to do well this week," he said.
Balym said Hadspen was involved in a close battle with Legana for third place on the ladder.
"We're two points ahead and there is the danger of dropping to fourth and losing a home final," he said.
With a spot in the finals already guaranteed, LEGANA captain- coach Andrew Gower has not given up hope of his team moving up to third on the ladder.
"We're only two points behind Hadspen and it is important for us to keep winning," he said.
Legana will regain top-order batsman Sam Howe for tomorrow and he will replace wicketkeeper Andrew Keegan who is unavailable because of work.
While neither team will see any finals action LONGFORD will go into tomorrow's game with batsman Ben Dodd and all-rounder Dean Stevens returning after missing last week because of work.
Unfortunately work commitments have cost Dean Cousens his place in the team.
Captain-coach Aiden Hume said a win over ACL was important tomorrow as it would keep Longford in the fight for fifth place on ladder.
"We finish the season with a tough game against unbeaten Trevallyn."