EAGLEHAWK wicket-keeper Matt Fitt and Strathfieldsaye all-rounder Ben Devanny will take to the court at Saturday's start to the Australian Open indoor cricket titles.
Five Victorian teams will compete at Werribee.
Fitt and Devanny will play key roles in the open division.
Victoria’s first-round matches are against Queensland.
Victoria was fourth in the men’s open at last year’s national titles and faces hot competition from Queensland and WA.
The host state will be vying for glory in the women’s open, under-20 men, under-20 women, and Lord’s Taverners competitions.
The Lord’s Taverners Shield is for athletes with an intellectual disability.