It will take a big batting effort from Napolean-Sebastopol to chase down Golden Point in the second innings of Saturday's two-day clash.
The Pointies' score of 290 is large, but not unattainable for Naps-Sebas who have 80 overs in hand.
If they fail, it will be largely due to the efforts Golden Point teenager Josh Pegg, who's 116-run effort last week put his club firmly in the driver's seat heading into day two.
"It was a pretty long day, they had some weird field sets so I had to work through that," recalled Pegg of his stellar innings.
"But once I'd batted for a long period of time I felt it was always going to happen."
It was the second century of the season for the 16-year-old who is enjoying a break-out year with the club.
His early form places him near the top of the leaderboard in runs scored, in what might be the biggest success story of the season.
"I've been training in Melbourne a lot and playing with much better players and coming back to club level and trying to dominate as much as I can," he said.
"My confidence just keeps growing and playing with a group of teammates, and being able to learn off them has helped me as well."
The success might surprise some, but the timing couldn't be more fitting for Pegg who is in the midst of a stellar 12 months of cricket.
After finishing as a leading run-scorer in second grade last season, Pegg's busy off-season included hard work and a selection into the under-17 Vic Country team.
With his confidence sky-high, Pegg knocked his first century in his first game of the season in round two against Buninyong.
"I'd just come back from the under-17 championships the night before and there was a pretty big build up to that game and it was good to get it over the line," he said.
"I felt pretty confident coming back from the championships and playing against some pretty good players."
Describing himself as more of an attacking batsman who prefers the white ball as opposed to the red, Pegg said he still needed to display more patience to his game.
"I want to keep improving and play well as a team," he said.
"I'm more of a team player, so as long as the team is going well and winning I'm pretty happy.
"I'll just try my hardest and see where it takes me."