Ballarat players Sam Miller and Cole Roscholler have helped Victoria to top of the ladder after five rounds at the Australian Country Cricket Championships in Toowoomba.
The Wendouree duo is part of the side that lost the opening round clash against Western Australia, but then secured victory in battles with hosts Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory, South Australia and New South Wales.
All matches so far have been played under the Twenty20 format.
Miller has made a total of 72 runs at an average of 18 from his four hits, while also taking one wicket.
His best knock came on day one when he made 27. This included four fours and a six.
Roscholler has only batted three times for scores of one not out, four not out and seven.
On Monday, Victoria has a clash against Western Australia at Captain Cook Reserve.
Play will continue right through until the final on Saturday.
Meanwhile, a half century from former East Ballarat junior Emma Lynch wasn't enough to lift Victoria to victory in round one of the women's Australian Country Cricket Championships carnival.
Lynch retired on 57 as Victoria failed to chase down Queensland's 2-152.
In the end, the Vics were 7-123 at the end of their 20 overs.
On Monday, the team will take on New South Wales in the morning and then Western Australia in the evening. Both games are at Cahill Park Sports Complex.