Greater Northern Raiders skipper Sasha Moloney sees the prospect of gaining the club's first piece of senior silverware as a strong reward.
Facing North Hobart in the T20 final at Bellerive Oval on Sunday, Moloney's side gets the chance to join the under-18 men's side from earlier this season as premiers.
"The girls are really excited, we've made it a big thing this year to improve so we've certainly done that and to get some reward in playing the final is really exciting," she said.
"Obviously the girls are all up in the North training really hard up there and it would be a great reward for them too for all the hard work they are doing up there competing against some of the best in the state."
After her side defeated their opponents twice last weekend, Moloney is the Raiders' sole inclusion this week, with Kate Chaplin named as the 12th.
Describing coming in at the last minute as "hard", Moloney re-joins the group after the WBBL season.
"You do feel a little bit guilty, I've only played four games out of about 10, so it is definitely hard because we've got a large squad and a lot of them deserve to be playing in this.
"But we want to put our best foot forward and it's tough but they are all part of it, if we get the win they've all contributed as well."
North Hobart also welcome their big guns to the party, as Naomi Stalenberg and Demons debutant Molly Strano take to the field.
Coach Linsey Da Costa, who was a member of the Tasmanian Roar set-up during the early seasons, welcomed the pair into the side but was coy on whether their inclusions would be enough to claim victory.
"It's a great opportunity for our youngsters to learn from them and for the club as well, so it's really exciting to have those girls back," she said.
"Cricket's a funny game, I think whoever rocks up and does their best on the day [will win].
"Anything can happen especially with quality players like Sasha and EMG [Emma Manix-Geeves].
"EMG is scoring runs for fun at the moment, so we will be looking to target her."
Since returning from injury two weeks ago, Tasmanian-contracted Manix-Geeves has recorded scores of 87*, 81*, 55 and 67*, rocketing her to the top of the Cricket Tasmania Premier League run-scoring charts.
The match starts at 10am and will be streamed on YouTube.
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