Brayden Stepien and Xavier Crone will play in their maiden Premier Cricket first XI grand final when Carlton tackles Geelong at the Junction Oval.
The three-day game starts on Friday, with the minor premier Blues favourite to win the title.
Stepien will open the batting for the Blues where he'll go head-to-head with Geelong's fiery speedster Jake Reed.
Crone will take the new ball and attempt to make more early inroads than Fitzroy-Doncaster achieved in the semi-final.
Geelong openers MItch Reid and Eamonn Vines put on 267 for the first wicket last week.
It's already been a big week for Stepien after the former White Hills keeper-bastman finished fourth in the Ryder Medal and was named in the Premier Cricket Team of the Season.
Stepien was joined in the Team of the Season by former Bendigo all-rounder James Seymour, who had a career-best year with Essendon.
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