The South West Rocks Marlins are on the verge of double glory as their men's and women's sides contest the Hastings League grand finals this Saturday.
Both teams earned victories in the preliminary final last Saturday, as the men dispatched the Beechwood Shamrocks 28-24 while the women smashed rivals the Lower Macleay Magpies 26-4.
It's the first season South West Rocks has had a women's side and coach Amelia Blair is over the moon with how the year has panned out.
"I am really proud of the team and the club. It's the first season we have competed and to make the grand final is quite an achievement," Blair said.
"To have the men there is also amazing, hopefully the South West Rocks community can get to Wauchope to support us both."
The men take on the Laurieton Stingrays, who they suffered a 22-8 loss against in the major semi-final a fortnight ago, this Saturday.
Marlins co-coach Sam Drew admits his players went away from the game plan in their last meeting and wants them to earn the right to attack by putting in the hard yards.
"We didn't stick to the plan and went wide too early, before we had earned the right," Drew said.
"We allowed them to control the middle of the field and we can't allow that again."
Drew said the Marlins' preparation has been positive this week.
"Everyone has been switched on and preparing well," Drew said.
"We are just trying to focus on our jobs and not get over excited."
Meanwhile the women will be in action first, as they take on the Shamrocks with kick off at 1pm.
Blair claims the Marlins will stick to what has led to their resurgence over the past fortnight.
"We have everyone back on deck and have started to reach our peak at the right time of the season," Blair said.
"We are very confident heading into the match."
The Marlins boast a strong forward pack and Blair is hopeful they will lay the platform for the outside backs.
"I would say we have the best forward pack out of the four teams in the competition," Blair said.
"Hopefully we can use that to our advantage, march down the field and create opportunities and room for our outside backs."
The Marlins earned victory in their first meeting with the Shamrocks this season but were on the wrong end of the scoreboard in their latest two match ups.
Both Marlins sides are expected to be at full strength for the deciders.