The silverware goes on the line this week with the grand finals of the Riverina Futsal Men's Premier League, Division One and Division Two being played.
The games will culminate what has been a hotly contested season out on the courts.
In the Men's Premier League, DQ Electrical/ElectraQ will take on The Wild Turkey's in what is sure to be a tight contest.
The game plan for DQ Electrical/ElectraQ could be up in the air right until kick off with a key player still in doubt heading into the decider according to Andrew Quarisa.
"Our goalkeeper has a bit of an accident, so he is 50-50 at this stage," Quarisa said.
"We don't know if he will be in goals or not, which could be a bit of a burden.
"They are a tough team, and on their day they can beat anyone so it should be a great match."
On the other side of the field, you have the underdogs in The Wild Turkeys led by Michael Perre who took the long road to the finals after finishing in fourth.
"We probably weren't looking like we would be playing in the finals," Perre said.
"I reckon we are definitely the underdogs, but after finishing in fourth, we have our chance after battling our way up. The games have always been close with only one or two goals in it."
In Division One, minor premiers Wizards FC will take on Filessi FC who finished in fourth while in Division Two Quanto Scorpi will take on top of the table Old by New FC.
The Matildas took out the Mixed competition defeating The Nuggets 6-5 in a golden goal thriller.