ONE wants to build innings with the bat, the other is chasing wickets.
Both are eager to help Nestles return to Warrnambool and District Cricket Association division one finals in 2020-21.
Wil Hinkley, 17, and Will White, 16, are part of the Factory's emerging list.
They both earned top-grade opportunities last season and are determined to impress coach Alex Strauch and captain Geoff Williams and become first XI regulars this summer.
The pair was at Nestles' training at Jones Oval - the club's temporary base while spiritual home Reid Oval undergoes a makeover - on Sunday in preparation for round one on October 31.
They're the next generation with an understanding of the hard work put in by club stalwarts.
"I reckon success in finals (is what we want), we've been trying to do it for a while," White said.
"Geoff Williams I think he deserves it. He's put his heart and soul into the club.
"(Coach) Alex (Strauch) is always there. He brings the club together. Ever since he's come it's changed the way we train and play.
"(President) Gary (Maclean) has always been there and we're pretty lucky to have Ray Main and Gary Hetherington here everyday doing the wicket."
Hinkley, a first-year cabinet-making apprentice at Trendset Kitchens, said the club was grateful East Warrnambool-YCW had allowed Nestles to use its home ground this summer.
He believes the Factory will adapt to their new surrounds.
"It is pretty similar to the Reid, it's a big ground," Hinkley said.
Hinkley hopes to provide a steady head in Nestles' middle order and White wants to consistently bowl dot balls and be reliable in the field.
Hinkley said White, who is a year 10 student, had the attributes to contribute at division one level.
"Will is a good fielder and a good bowler in the middle so he should be able to take a fair few wickets," he said.
White has high hopes for Hinkley, who plays football for Merrivale in winter, too.
"Wil is really good and patient in the middle overs when he comes into bat," he said.
"He took a good catch last year that won us the game last year against Port Fairy but I feel like batting is going to be his main strength.
"If we're in a bit of trouble, he's always there. Even if it's not making many runs, he just faces as many balls as he can in the middle."
Nestles has added a new recruit.
trauch said Will Ringin, who is from Ballarat and has spent time at sub-district club Coburg, was a wicket-keeper who would provide competition for the gloves.
He was at the police academy in Melbourne before being stationed in Warrnambool.