Beaufort has recalled key defender Brendan Howard for Saturday's grand final against Buninyong.
Howard missed last weekend’s win over Waubra with a lower leg injury, but has been declared a "100 per cent" starter for the clash with the Bombers by coach Rohan Brown.
The strong rebounding backman was named as the only inclusion for the Crows at selection on Thursday night.
His return means Luke Ward has been dropped back to the reserves, which also meet Buninyong in a grand final on Saturday.
Senior captain Michael Foster was also named to play this weekend.
Foster required dental work following a heavy collision against the Roos, but was quickly deemed fit to play by the club.
There had been some speculation that onballer Joe Mason could be in line for a call-up, but he was named in the reserves.
Mason had been ruled out for the campaign after mid-season finger surgery, but returned to the field in the reserves last weekend.
Over at Buninyong, selectors revealed an unchanged line-up to the one that beat Gordon in the preliminary final on Sunday.
The Bombers named both Lachlan Baker and Beau Guest, despite both sustaining knee injuries in the victory against the Eagles.
Buninyong is looking to claim its first Central Highlands Football League senior premiership since 2002, while Beaufort is out to end a drought spanning back to 1996.
The Bombers last played in a grand final in 2016, while the Crows were beaten by Hepburn in last year’s decider.