Round two of the BDCA Twenty20 competition begins on Wednesday night.
Two matches will be played on Wednesday night, with Eaglehawk hosting Strathfieldsaye at Canterbury Park and Sandhurst playing Strathdale-Maristians at the QEO.
After having the bye in round one, Eaglehawk is playing its first T20 game of the season.
The Hawks have an advantage on the rest of pool one because they get to play all their T20 matches on home soil.
Strathfieldsaye's opening round T20 match against Golden Square was washed out.
Strathdale-Maristians also makes its T20 debut for the summer.
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The Suns, who will be captained by Jack Neylon through the T20 tournament, have former star batter Andrew Chalkley returning to the club as its marquee player.
Sandhurst suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Bendigo United in round one and must beat the Suns to stay in contention for a finals berth.
Both matches start at 6pm.
On Thursday night, Bendigo United and Bendigo clash at the QEO.
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