TCL LADDER-LEADER Trevallyn will warm up for finals against Longford tomorrow in the final roster round of A-grade matches.
Trevallyn captain-coach Damian Whybrow said he was happy with his team's form following a good win over second- placed Beauty Point last week.
"I thought the batting and bowling was really good but the fielding could do with a bit more work but we'll get there," he said.
Key bowlers Adam Bourke and Josh Walker return to the side from injury.
LONGFORD coach Aiden Hume said his side would love to finish its season by upsetting Trevallyn and dent its confidence heading into finals.
"They haven't been beaten all season and it won't change anything with our respective positions, but with the rivalry we've got with them after they knocked us out of the preliminary final last year with that draw, it would be nice to get a win," he said.
LEGANA will look to continue its winning form when it takes on ACL at Brooks High in its last roster hit-out before finals.
Durhams coach Andy Gower said his side had been playing well with two good consecutive wins. "We've started to find some good form and we're looking to build some momentum for the finals," he said.
In-form batsman Dylan Sharman will miss with a finger injury and former club captain Jamie McClenaghan has moved to Queensland in a big loss to the club.
ACL coach Scott Bennett was hoping for a competitive performance from his side for its final game of the season for a big fund-raiser and reunion day for the club.
DIGGERS will be without captain-coach Brent Kettle when it hosts Hadspen in its final game of the season.
Adam Henderson will captain the side in his absence and Andy Bassett returns to strengthen the bowling.
HADSPEN captain Anton Balym said his side needed to win to hold on to third spot and wanted to improve its cricket ahead of finals, especially its bowling.
Ivo Agostini should return from injury.
BEAUTY POINT will want to get back on the winners' list against Uni-Mowbray after last week's loss to Trevallyn.