THE grand final rematch between Heathcote and Dingee highlights round two of the Northern United Cricket Association on Saturday.
The two sides will clash at Heathcote's Barrack Reserve.
When they last met Heathcote won by six runs in the 2012-13 grand final to capture the flag in its first season back from recess.
Both sides got their seasons off to winning starts last week.
Having held top spot for 17 of the 18 rounds last season, Heathcote raced straight back to the top with its 106-run win over Elmore.
Brenton Conforti (51) made a good start with the bat for Heathcote last week, while Mitchell McLean and Jake Condon picked up three wickets each.
Dingee recovered from 5-17 to defeat Calivil by 29 runs in its first game, with the highlight performances Scott Lawry's 4-12 and match-winning knocks from Geoff Harker (43) and Matthew Hind (31).
In other round two games on Saturday, Calivil hosts Raywood in a battle of two sides that were defeated in round one.
Elmore is at home to Colbinabbin.
Elmore had a tough start to the season last week against Heathcote, while Colbinabbin is 1-0 after a 16-run win over Goornong, led by 73 from Steven Morgan, which was the highest score in round one.
And at Bagshot, the home side coming off a win over Raywood tackles Goornong.
Ladder: Heathcote (16.0 points), Bagshot (16.5), Colbinabbin (16.2), Dingee (15.6), Goornong (4.0), Raywood (3.5), Elmore (3.0), Calivil (2.8).