Reserve grade will fly the flag for the Macleay Valley Rangers when they take on Wallis Lake in a grand final in Port Macquarie this Saturday.
The Rangers head into the game with confidence despite facing the minor premiers, after they proved they can topple the giants after securing a 1-0 victory to book their place in the decider a fortnight ago.
"We are pretty confident we can get the job done," Rangers reserve grade coach Steve Morn told the Argus.
"We have a good mixture of old and young players this year and I think that will help in a grand final atmosphere."
Morn has been impressed with the progression of the side this season, in particular the two young centre midfielders Jonte Coleman and Jack Savaell.
"They are totally different players but they compliment each other well," Morn said.
"Jonte is more defensive while Jack is more of an attacking player.
"They have both controlled the side well from the middle and have improved throughout the season."
Morn claims the Rangers will need to defend with intent, as Wallis will attempt to run them off the park.
"They are renowned for having the most movement off the ball and they run into space well," Morn said.
"We will need to track our players well."
The match kicks off at Port Macquarie Regional Stadium at 12.45pm.