The Greater Northern Raiders are venturing south for seconds this weekend, after winning their first game of the season against Kingborough in last weekend's double-header.
They will face Clarence and New Town at Kangaroo Bay Oval on Saturday.
It was an impressive bowling effort from Raiders James Beattie (3-16) and Hurricanes addition Tim David (2-25) that would send Kingborough packing.
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Raiders captain Oliver Wood said while winning wasn't a priority for the young team, having everything come together in a win was satisfying.
"It was really good feeling among the group ... a good reward from a really good effort and improvements we've been making these last few weeks," he said.
"I think we've been in all the games we've played pretty much so to be able to get a really good result at the end was good for the young group.
"As a team, we try not to define results on if we win ... we're definitely more focussed on our processes and things like that but to get a win like that was good.
"It was just about executing our processes and playing the top cricket we want to play."
While the team will be without Beattie this weekend, David will once again suit up in orange.
The latter's impact on the team proved invaluable, with the Singaporean all-rounder hitting 80 off 74 balls across the two matches last weekend. Mowbray's Jono Jones will come in for Beattie.
It was just about executing our processes and playing the top cricket we want to play.Oliver Wood on the Raiders' first win
While the Raiders' bowling continues to be a strong point, the uneven batting prevented an upset against a talent-heavy UTAS in round eight.
Wood said the nature of T20 meant that wickets fell quickly, making a dominant bowling attack all the more crucial. He said the team learnt a lot from the quick turnaround in their first T20 double-header which they'd bring into this weekend.
"I think we're learning and getting better every week," Wood said.
"Having that ability to win is incredibly important ... if anything it teaches us that if we continue to stick with what we're doing, we'll get good results.
"We believe that at the end of the day we've got a good enough bowling and fielding unit that it doesn't matter how many we make - we can defend it."