The one-day title goes on the line on Sunday when Exies and Leagues go head-to-head at Exies Oval.
While Exies have been the dominant side for much of the season, it has been a different story for defending champions Leagues who scraped into the final after a run off the last ball in their final one-day match against Coro.
Exies have hit a slump in recent weeks, but Leagues captain Paul Plummer is expecting them to come out firing.
“Exies have shown their strength all year,” he said.
“They got to 30 points clear of everyone else at some point in the season, but they have lost three on the trot so they will be raring to go.”
The Panthers took out last years title thanks to a match-winning 44 not out from Reece Matheson, but Plummer doesn’t want too put too much pressure on the young batsmen.
Don't want to put too much on his shoulders but he bats well, and he loves the pressure,” he said.
“He is a smart little kid, and he plays to what the game needs but there are plenty of blokes around who haven't got a lot of runs.
“I tend to think in finals it's the bloke you are not expecting puts their hand up and gets the job done for us.”
Leagues will also be boosted by the return of Liam Greenaway who has missed the last couple of weeks after heading back to university.
Exies will also be heading into the game at full strength, and senior player Andrew Arnold hopes that will put them in a good position after three straight losses.
“I don't read too much into it probably had a few guys out every week where we have lost, but we will be back full strength this weekend,” he said.
The games between the two sides are evenly split at two wins apiece, and Arnold is expecting another close battle with the Panthers come Sunday.
“Leagues have given us a run every game this year,” he said.
“I think we have two of them and they got us in the last one pretty dominantly, so I'm expecting a pretty good hit out.
“It usually is a pretty tight game with Leagues, but if we can get on top of their top order, I think we are a real good chance.
“They have some guys that can go hard, but they can also stick around for a while if they need to. I'm backing Connor Bock for a big one on Sunday.”
Leagues aren’t strangers to a close finish having been on the wrong side of a couple of close games so far this season.
Plummer is hoping if the game is coming down to the wire the experience of playing so many close games will get them across the line.
The final will start at 1pm on Sunday at Exies Oval.