Border Bullets skipper Cath Wood firmly believes the winner of her team's showdown with ACT Aces in Wagga on Sunday could go on to lift the NSW Women’s Regional Bash trophy at the SCG next year.

The Aces beat the Bullets in the corresponding game last season and went on to reach the final, going down to Coffs Coast Chargers in the decider.

"To win the whole thing is do-able. The Aces showed last year what is possible," Wood said.

"The winner of this game will be in strong position to go all the way."

ACT Aces will again field a strong side, consisting heavily of players from ACT and/or Sydney Premier cricket backgrounds.

Experienced duo Kelly Rowlings and Amy Jason-Jones will lead the way in a side determined to go one better than last year.

The Bullets will lean heavily on young quick Emily Hosking and experienced all-rounder Claire Murray.

Wood said: "We’ve got a fantastic young side…they are very, very talented.

"The Aces are very strong but if we get it right on the day we are in with a good chance."

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