Griffith will prepare to mount their first defence of the Hedditch Cup for the 2020/21 season when Hay makes the trip to Exies Oval on Sunday.
Griffith has already had success on the representative stage this season after taking the Creet Cup away from Hay in December before seeing off a challenge from Lake Cargelligo just before Christmas.
It will be a strong side that will take the field for Griffith on Sunday with plenty of representative experience lead by Haydn Pascoe.
The pace attack is looking strong, but there is a slight cloud over whether Luke Docherty will be able to bowl after spending the week in Canberra playing with the NSW Country side.
"Hopefully Doc will be able to bowl," he said.
"Since he is away with NSW Country at the moment so his workload might be a bit too much, but we will see how he is feeling when he gets back.
"We have plenty of blokes who can step up there and can help out."
One of the other options is Connor Bock who will have fond memories of the last time Griffith took on Hay as he picked up four wickets in the Creet Cup victory earlier in the season.
A number of players from the successful Creet side have found their way into Hedditch contention this weekend and Pascoe is hoping they will be able to carry their form into this game.
"They started well and fell away in the middle, but they were able to finish it quite well in the back end, and they were able to go out there and bowl really well," he said
"Hopefully we can do the same thing on Sunday."
The meeting between the two sides is a clash between the two form sides in the Murrumbidgee and Pascoe knows they can't be underestimated.
"They always have a couple of good players in their team so you can't take them lightly," he said.
"They have been able to knock us off a couple of times over the years that I have been playing rep cricket."
Mitchell Williams-Hedges, Oliver Bartter, Haydn Pascoe (c), Talwinder Singh, Luke Docherty, Hayden Forner (wk), James Binks, Reece Matheson, Connor Bock, Noah Gaske, Tom Greenaway, Alex Flood.