It isn't just the Hanwood FC men's first-grade side who are on the brink of making a grand final appearance, the first-grade women's side has also had a strong season.
The Hanwood side finished on top of the table with a four-point gap back to Tolland who they will face off with this weekend at Rawlings Park 1 to see who will take the first spot in the grand final.
Coach Anthony Zuccato has been pleased with how the season has progressed so far.
"They have had a brilliant season so far," he said.
"They took out the minor premiership after only really dropping on game with a draw and a loss is the only points dropped. They have made a real impression on the Wagga competition."
While being able to see the potential that the team had Zuccato has still been a bit surprised by how well the side has done.
"It has come as a bit of a surprise," he said.
"The girls haven't played together much before, but they have settled in as a team.
"We went to Wagga for the extra competition, and it has definitely been there."
The Hanwood coach believes the key to their success has been their ability to gel into a cohesive unit after only a season of playing together.
"I think it also has to do with the blend of ages that we have in the squad," he said.
"We have girls as young as 15 and 16 to girls that are in their mid to late 20s.
"The experience that the younger girls have gained from the more senior ones has really helped their development."
Tara Ceccato has been the star in the forward line with an average of over a goal a game and but Zuccato says her impact is more far-reaching than that.
"She is the top scorer in the competition and has had a really great year," he said.
"Her success is a testament to the rest of the girls work because she is finishing the play that was started further down the field. Tara has also been great with the younger girls, and the influence she has had over them has really improved their game."
Taking on Tolland this weekend, the Hanwood coach is quietly confident his side can achieve the result they are looking for.
"Their only two losses came against us, and our only loss came against them in the last match we played against them," he said. "There will be nothing in it so it should be a great game."
The game will kick off at 11am on Sunday.
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