Ground: Minyip Recreation Reserve, tomorrow, 2.20pm.
Umpires: I. Bedford, A. Jackman and S. Klitscher.
Last time they met: Round nine, 2013. Minyip-Murtoa 9.15 (69) d Nhill 7.8 (50).
NHILL'S rollercoaster season comes to an end against Minyip-Murtoa at Minyip Recreation Reserve tomorrow.
The Tigers have seen it all in 2013, highlighted by a long-term suspension to coach Darren Weavell for his involvement in the 'Stawell brawl' in round four.
President Jim White said while he was disappointed the Tigers were not playing finals this season, he hoped the club could finish the season on a high with a win against the Burras.
"I think we can give it a fair-dinkum crack," he said.
"It makes this easier with recruiting if we can finish competitively.
"I've been happy with how our young squad has improved throughout the season."
Minyip-Murtoa coach Scott Arnold said a victory was highly-important despite the ladder position not being affected.
"We want to develop a winning culture so we really want to win," he said. "We just want to play some good footy and get some confidence heading into next week's elimination final."
Arnold said influential pair Kirsten Hunter and Adam Gerdtz were a good chance to play, while North Ballarat Rebel Matt Coleman could also be available.
Darcy Cameron's season is over after suffering a fractured arm against Horsham.
For the Tigers, forward Brent Marra looks set to return from a thumb injury after playing in the reserves against Ararat, but midfielder Will Kelly will not play.