For the past four years no club has won more BDCA Twenty20 home and away games than Kangaroo Flat.
However, for all the Roos' success their trophy cupboard is bare.
In 2016-17 the Roos lost the grand final to Bendigo United and last summer they fell six runs short of Strathdale-Maristians in the T20 decider.
They're unbeaten this summer in T20 action and go into Wednesday night's final at the QEO against Huntly-North Epsom as favourite.
"Three or four years ago as a coaching group we decided we were going to take the T20 stuff really seriously in a bid to catapult our two-day and one-day cricket,'' Kangaroo Flat's Brent Hamblin said.
"We wanted to do it in a similar way to what Strathdale did before they went on their big run.
"We're keen to get a grand final win under our belt after being close a few times.
"Our main focus is our two-day cricket...but we probably let a T20 flag slip against a quality side in Strathdale last year.
"We think we match up well against Huntly and we're looking forward to Wednesday night."
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Bowling is the strength of the Roos and the Power.
On average the Roos are conceding 96 runs per T20 game this season, while the Power are slightly higher at 105.
"We're expecting a really good batting deck at the QEO, so it's going to come down to who can get that score of around 140 or so,'' Hamblin said.
"That will probably be enough when you look at the bowling attacks both teams have."
The Roos will have the services of Footscray top-order batsman Matthew Underwood as their marquee player.
The Power are expected to utilise the services of Carlton leg-spinner Matthew Culvenor as their marquee man.
The Power won the T20 premiership in 2013-14.
Medium-pacer Brett Elvey is the only member of the current Power team that played in that flag.
The Power's hopes will centre around star all-rounder Adam Ward, pace bowler Lewis Stabler and their in-form Sri Lankan imports.
Ward has an outstanding bowling average of 8.34 and strike rate of 10.25 in T20 cricket this summer.
One of the players to watch for the Roos is English import Ben Birkhead, who will bat with aggression at the top of the order.
Wednesday night's game at the QEO starts at 7pm.
Meanwhile, Huntly-North Epsom will also be represented in Wednesday's under-16 T20 grand final.
The Power will play Strathdale-Maristians from 2.30pm at the QEO.
Strathdale-Maristians went through the preliminary rounds undefeated, while the Power suffered one defeat.
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