The Victorian second XI is battling to avoid outright defeat in its Toyota Cup clash with Western Australia at Ringwood.
The Victorian side, which includes former BDCA players Xavier Crone, Brayden Stepien, James Seymour, Todd Murphy and Sam Elliott, trails by 158 runs with eight second innings wicket in hand heading into day three on Wednesday.
Day two was cut short by late afternoon rain. Earlier, WA finished all out 314 in its first innings - an overall lead of 200.
Crone, who is captain of the side, was the pick of the Victorian bowlers with 4-52 off 16.4 overs. Murphy finished with figures of 2-78 and Seymour took 1-37.
Victoria's second innings started disastrously when Stepien was clean bowled for three in the second over.
Four balls later Andrej Yaksender was given out lbw for a duck to leave the Vics 2-6.
When stumps were drawn, Seymour was unbeaten on 22 in the Victoria's total of 2-42.
The left-hander had hit four boundaries in his 28-ball stay at the crease.