South Wagga are looking to start a weekend of celebrations in the best way.
The Blues are holding their centenary reunion and captain Jeremy Rowe is hoping to deliver a win against Kooringal Colts.
After bowling out Colts for 165 at Robertson Oval on Saturday, South Wagga resumes at 1-28.
Rowe (17 not out) and Terry Willis (0) will be in the middle and Rowe is looking forward to the chance to shine on the big day.
"It's a very special weekend for us," Rowe said.
"We're hoping quite a few supporters and ex-players make it to the ground for the reunion.
"It's a big day for the club, it's an exciting day and one where we get to celebrate 100 years of what in my opinion, and in a lot of people's opinions, is a very special cricket club."
Warren Clunes snared six wickets as Colts were bowled out late on day one of the clash.
South Wagga lost Brayden Ambler (10) in the second last over of play, but Rowe is still pleased with where the team is situated.
"Without a doubt we would have liked to have gone in none down, and Brayden is a representative player and someone who is quite often the back bone of our order, but it is what it is," he said.
"We've got nine wickets to chase 130-odd runs now and you have to acknowledge that small totals can sometimes be tricky, you could probably rattle off five or six incidents without thinking too hard where teams including ourselves have struggled chasing low total.
"We've got clear cut respect for Colts and members of their attack but I don't think there is any degree of cockiness to being able to say we got into it confident."
South Wagga's side is stacked with cricketers who have come through their junior ranks.
Rowe expects plenty will be looking to rise to the big occasion, especially with some of their idols and former coaches watching on.
"I'm sure everyone in the top order turns up on Saturday hoping it is them who can get us over the line, put in that big score or that big partnership," he said.
There will be a barbecue at the game before the reunion dinner at The Rules Club on Saturday night.
As part of the festivities the first inductees of a Hall of Fame will be announced before the reserve draw on Sunday.