Westbury has named a team full of premiership-winning talent for Sunday's Greater Northern Cup final against Ulverstone.
Only Richard Howe, Will Donald and Sean Stevenson are missing from the side that rolled the Black Caps in last year's one-day decider, with Matthew Battle, Joel Lloyd and Liam Ryan taking their places.
After missing last week's semi-final victory, Dan Murfet is eager to return and secure the home side's first title under his reign.
"It'd be very special if we could go back-to-back," the wicketkeeper-batsman said.
"We do put a high prize on the Greater Northern Cup, it's something we've always put a precedent on as our first goal to try and reach for the season.
"I think if we'd set a target at the start of the year it would have been to try and do exactly what we did last year in winning the first-grade premiership and the Greater Northern Cup, so this will be the first test for us in trying to replicate what we did last year.
"It was our first Greater Northern Cup last year, I don't think we'd had anything like that for 30 years so to come back again and be in a final two years in a row is pretty pleasing."
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Ulverstone booked its return to the one-day decider with a thumping 147-run victory over minor premier Latrobe.
The Black Caps will make no more than one change following a win led by Josh Walmsley (68) and Liam Quaile (3-13), with Rohan Speglic replacing Sam Purton in the 12-man squad.
"They've been thereabouts for the last 10 years or however long now and they're always a dangerous team," Murfet said.
"They showed last week ... they finished fourth and absolutely demolished Latrobe so that just shows the sort of team they are, if they're on they can beat any team.
"They've just got a couple of experienced guys that know what they're doing as well as plenty of youth that's coming through.
"They're an experienced finals team so they know how to win in the crunch games."
Sunday's Greater Northern Cup final will be played at Ingamells Oval and starts at 10.30am.