The players in tonigh's Pink Stumps Day will have their sledges heard in the audience, with a plan to mic them up for the big game at Glenlogan Park.
The batsmen, wicketkeeper and umpire will be wired up for the match which will raise funds for the McGrath Foundation.
The match pits a Legends team, with the likes of former Bronco Michael Hancock, against the Jimboomba Cricket Club, skippered by Rodney Teese.
Legends captain Scott Bannan looked forward to some amplified banter.
"The boys will have to watch their Ps and Qs a bit," he said.
"But it will be great to have them on the microphones."
The match has so far raised about $7000 for the foundation. The original goal was $1000.
Bannan hoped for more money yet, and would not rule out cracking $10,000.
Meanwhile, former NRL player Brenton Bowen is out of the match.
Bowen has a back complaint and will not take his place in the legends side.
Bannan was looking for another player this morning, but had an idea on who he would bring in. He was keeping his cards close to his chest.
"We might get someone out of the crowd," he said.
The gates open at 4pm today, with the first ball bowled at 7pm.
There will be kids' rides and other attractions for patrons.
Food will be available and the bar will be open.
Entry is by gold-coin donation.