The Dickson sisters are facing the prospect of playing against each other in a Renegades girls under 17 grand final.
Twins Anna and Leah, 13, are hoping their new South West Cricket Association (SWC) team can beat Nestles so they can have a crack at playing their older sister Jacque, 17, who plays for Nirranda.
"Well last year we played together (at Nirranda) in a grand final and won," Anna said.
"So it's going to be different that Jacque's on the other team but there'll also be a little bit of family rivalry.
"It'll be fun if we do get in there (the grand final).
"It would be funny if they lose after two years in a row of winning."
Nirranda, which must beat Allansford to make the decider, has won the past two titles.
Jacque is her hoping to keep that winning record in check.
But she can see the value in the first-year SWC team having success.
"It'll be definitely be good for South West, in its first year in the competition, to have that on its belt," she said.
"It will give them a lot more confidence and could bring in some more girls to the club.
"And really support the area because I know it's a bit hard for girls cricket around there, since it's South West it's that whole district (Cobden, Camperdown, Terang)."
Leah is wary of Jacque's reaction if the sisters were to meet in the decider.
"Yeah (would like to make it) but then it'll be a bit scary because I don't want to upset Jacque because she likes her cricket and I don't want to take it away from her," she said.
Regardless Leah is pleased to be part of the new SWC team.
"It's been something different with new experiences, different groups of girls and it's been fun," she said.
"Terang is closer to home than Nirranda, Terang is where we train."
While Terang is more convenient for the family, Jacque ended up playing for Nirranda again.
She missed the first half of the season with a back injury and decided to return to the Knights where she has long-time friendships.
She has been playing for the club for the past four seasons.
The 17-year-old will be looking for redemption if the sisters play-off in the grand final on February 23 at Mack Oval.
Leah got Jacque out when their teams met on Australia Day. SWC got the chocolates that day.
SWC and Nestles will play at Wenborn Oval while Nirranda and Allansford clash at Nirranda on Wednesday evening.
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