Mitch Black, Cam Laird, Hugh Middleton and Matt Corben.
To the untrained eye, one of these things is not like the other, but Corben - reappointed as Cavaliers skipper for the Bathurst Orange Interdistrict Cricket competition - said those four names will be a vital part of his sides' plan to have the opposition in a spin this season.
"I took a wicket with spin last year," the wicketkeeper said, spruiking his bowling prowess with tongue firmly in cheek.
"We've got a good bunch of spinners and we joke about being an all-spin attack but it's not too far off."
While Cavaliers were spin friendly last season, the level number of slower bowlers being thrown the ball will increase as the the loss of Josh Doherty and Ryan Kurtz in the off-season will largely be covered by tweakers this coming season.
Mitch Black would have one hand on the title of Orange's best spinner, while Middleton and Laird are both a handful at times.
While Doherty's move to Wollongong during the season meant Cavs knew the gun all-rounder wouldn't be back for 2019-20, so Corben said his side had prepared for the loss.
Kurtz has also moved to the coast and will be a loss with both bat and ball, but Corben said the side would be boosted by Angus Cumming, who is switching across from Kinross.
His addition will lower the average age of the side even more, with Bailey Ferguson and Kaleb Cook another two young guns Corben will be looking to to fill the void left by Doherty and Kurtz.
"Kaleb and Bailey stepping up [last season] was massive, we'll be very much the same as last year with a lot of young guys" Corben said.
Corben said he and the side were excited by the prospect of returning to the BOIDC, and a season full of two-day games was appealing to the skipper.
"I personally prefer two-day cricket, it adds an extra dimension to it and you can be more tactical with what you're doing," he said.
"Every team will find it a challenge to play two-day cricket every week ... but I think we're well suited to longer form."
He's in a similar boat to most other skippers in the competition, not knowing a huge amount about the sides from other towns, but Corben knows finals spots will be extremely difficult to latch onto.
"We haven't had a chat about our aims yet, but it looks like it'll take a massive effort to make finals, and it's something we'll have to have a look at," he said.
And Cavaliers are set to take on defending Bathurst District Cricket Association first grade champions St Pat's Old Boys in the opening round of competition later this month, so Bathurst fans will get the chance to see if Corben's faith is proven genuine.