KALKEE and Laharum will fight for a slice of Horsham District Football League history in Saturday's grand final at Horsham City Oval.
The Kees have conquered all comers this year but have one more mountain to climb if they are to claim an unprecedented sixth consecutive premiership.
Laharum is on the cusp of its first premiership in 18 years but the Mountain Men will need to play out of their skins to earn it.
Laharum president Cameron Mibus said a premiership would mean everything to the club’s supporters.
“It would mean heaps to the club and the supporters and the members who have stuck with us throughout the years,” he said.
“Everyone is fit, playing really good footy and committed to the team and we have a lot of confidence heading in.”
Kalkee also has reason to be confident after beating the Mountain Men three times this season.
Their most recent clash in the second semi-final saw the Kees win by 79 points.
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Kees coach Matt Beddison said his side would go for the jugular early in Saturday's grand final.
“It doesn’t matter how many grand finals you’ve played in or been a part of, it’s always a daunting task,” he said.
While the football showdown will be the main event, there will be no shortage of spectacular action on the netball courts either.
Edenhope-Apsley will meet Harrow-Balmoral in a mouth-watering A Grade clash and will hope to end a string of four consecutive grand final defeats.
They have been in the box seat for most of the season but the Roos, with league best and fairest Ebonie Salter in tow, have steadily closed the gap.
Other clubs competing on the day include Noradjuha-Quantong and Swifts.
The Baggies have surprised the junior football world by qualifying for the grand final ahead of more favoured opponents.
In junior netball, Edenhope-Apsley has qualified for all three grand finals, showing its strength and depth.