A WELSHMAN and two Englishmen are playing their part in the unbeaten run by White Hills Cricket Club's first XI team.
Top-order batsman Gareth Davies hails from Brecon Beacons in Wales and new team-mates Jack Hebron, an opening batsman, and Jake Foley, a spin bowler, are from Essex.
The White Hills first XI is eyeing a hat-trick of wins when the round three clash with Strathfieldsaye hits off this Saturday afternoon at Tannery Lane.
Davies is playing cricket in Australia for the first time and scored an unbeaten 62 in his first hit-out for the Demons.
E-mail played a big part in him landing at KWD Oval.
"I was looking for a club to play for, and White Hills was on the list my agent Steve Hurst had," the 21-year-old batsman said.
Hebron, 17, is one of the youngest in the Daniel Larke-captained first XI and scored 19 runs in the Demons opening round win.
Foley captured three wickets in the first-up victory.
Hebron and Foley played for Colchester in the Essex Premier League.
"It's been a great challenge," Hebron said of adapting to the Bendigo wickets and the goal of playing first XI finals this season.
It's not just a new on-field look.
Tim Knapman from Knapman Web Development has taken up the club's offer for naming rights of the Scott Street Oval.
The Bridge Hotel, where Nic Cail plays a key role, is still the club's pub of choice.
Jock Schofield has stayed on as president at White Hills CC and Brendan Slattery is coach.