Mt Clear and East Ballarat will face-off in the Ballarat Cricket Association twenty20 grand final on Sunday.
This year the twenty20 competition was combined into the BCA regular season, which saw the Hawks go through undefeated (three from three) while the Mounties won two out of three, their only loss coming to East Ballarat.
On that occasion, the Hawks did the damage with the ball, in particular Oliver Hayes (2-20), restricting Mt Clear to 5-116.
East Ballarat reached the total with six wickets and 19 balls to spare, Lewis Hodgins (47 runs) and Harry Ganley (34) leading the way.
Both sides won their semi-finals with relative ease, seven wickets and 50 runs respectively.
But Sunday will be a different ball game.
The Mt Clear outfit will have a bit more finals experience, having won the tournament two years ago, while the Hawks are enjoying a rise across all formats over the last 12 months.
Mt Clear captain Darcy Thomson said his team would enter with the same XI as its two-day team on Saturday.
"I think we've got a well-rounded team that can play all formats," Thomson said.
"We were state champs a couple of years ago, so we take confidence out of that and then we were disappointed with our twenty20 form last year.
"You play cricket to play finals, so when you play in them you want to win them.
"Hopefully we can win this one and play at Cricket Willow next year."
Brown said he was excited play in the big game and eager to taste success.
"Finals are new to me. I'm really excited to play in it and hopefully have a win, that would be nice," Brown said.
"We've had a pretty good twenty20 year, we've played well in all our games, so hopefully we can do the same (on Sunday)."
The winner of Sunday's clash will advance to the state titles which are held at Cricket Willow.
The final will take place at Alfredton Oval on Sunday from 3.30pm.
Mt Clear will face Buninyong on Saturday in day one of the final two-dayer of the season while East Ballarat take on North Ballarat.