IT IS Smeaton that has the biggest opportunity when the midweek bowls season draws to an exciting conclusion today.
The club has two teams - the most of any - in grand finals, which will be played during a bumper day of action at Sebastopol Bowling Club.
Smeaton fields sides in division one and division three deciders as it looks to bring home a premiership double this afternoon.
In division one, Smeaton will lock horns with Central Wendouree in a rematch of last year's grand final.
While it was the Bears that emerged victorious on that occasion, Smeaton goes in as favourites after securing top spot on the ladder at the end of the home and away rounds and then progressing through a direct passage to the big day.
Central Wendouree, meanwhile, finished third and had to win its way through semi and preliminary finals before securing a berth in the overall playoff match.
Smeaton will meet Avenue in division three, Beaufort will take on City Oval in division two and Buninyong clash with Daylesford in division four.
All matches will be played at Sebastopol.