Pomborneit captain Grant Place says his side is looking to redeem itself after making the Sungold Twenty20 Cup quarter-finals to be played Sunday.
The Bulls crashed out against Stoneyford two years ago in the opening round of the tournament.
Grant is confident his group can give the competition a good shake.
"We haven't put in as good as performances as we would like with the bat but our bowling is winning us games," he said.
"If we can just tick that box with putting a few more runs on the board I think we can be extremely competitive.
"We were disappointed with the performance we put in first up there two years ago so we're looking to redeem ourselves there."
The Bulls secured a nail-biting victory against Mortlake on Sunday at Cobden Recreation Reserve.
Their 9/95 proved too strong for Mortlake which registered 86 in reply.
Tim Place was awarded player of the match after he held the Bulls' innings together with 31.
Mortlake's Todd Lamont top-scored for his side with 30. Tom Place was among the best bowlers with 3/8 from three overs.
Grant felt his team executed its bowling plan well.
"Once we took a few wickets early, we knew if we could just bowl two or three dot balls an over and restrict boundaries that the run-rate was going to eventually just keep going up and up," he said.
"Then that brings false shots and wickets.