The Greater Northern Raiders will play for the Tony Benneworth memorial shield in a UTAS Stadium triple header on Saturday.
Introduced after the prominent Tasmanian player and coach died in a boating accident in 2018, the shield is in the Raiders' possession after defeating North Hobart in the inaugural clash last season.
The second instalment will take place in a 6.30pm T20 under lights as Tim Coyle's men look for their third win of the season.
"It's the game we play in recognition of Tony's contribution to North Hobart cricket but also Northern cricket, so that's a significant thing for us," Coyle said.
"It's something that adds to the culture of our program knowing that we've got that significant game each year, so hopefully a few people can get along."
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The return of South Launceston paceman James Beattie marks the only change for the Raiders, who have a 2-2 record in T20s so far this season.
The Raiders have enjoyed a succession of impressive first-wicket partnerships in recent games after Devonport all-rounder Sam O'Mahony, who began the season batting as low as 10, was promoted to opener.
"Sam O'Mahony has been excellent for us - his development as a cricketer this year has been probably one of the highlights thus far," Coyle said.
"The hundred he scored at Sandy Bay was outstanding but he's backed it up as well with a 50 and a 30 and he's making a real contribution at the top.
"He does it quickly and he's become a really important player with the bat at the top of the order."
The Raiders will also play the opening game of the day at UTAS, coming up against third-placed Lindisfarne.
The Lightning had looked in dire straits at 7-69 when the two sides met in a two-dayer in October before a tail wag and Anthony Marr's astonishing haul of 9-58 sentenced the Raiders to a 55-run defeat.
Former George Town and Mowbray star Jarrod Freeman - who remains in search of a return to the state side - was the other Lindisfarne bowler to take a wicket in that game with 1-6 off eight.
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"He bowled well against us actually," Coyle said.
"He's obviously a player of interest, he's played first-class cricket, a Northern product so it's always good to see how those guys are tracking.
"He's obviously got some challenges to fight his way back into the Tasmanian team and good club performances will do that, so I'm sure he'll be looking forward to the weekend with a couple of big games of T20 cricket.
"He's a player that we'll have to watch carefully because he's a quality off-spin bowler so we'll show him some respect but hopefully we can score off him as well."
- 11am: Raiders v Lindisfarne
- 2.15pm: Lindisfarne v North Hobart
- 6.30pm: Raiders v North Hobart