IT will be no easy feat when Noradjuha-Quantong and Kalkee take the court to determine the B Grade champions.
The Bombers had a strong season, losing just one game against the Kees early on in round eight, 37-33.
When the two teams came head-to-head again in round 18, the Bombers secured a narrow win, 29-24.
Finishing the regular season as minor premiers, the Bombers moved straight to the semi-finals and onto the grand finals after defeating Natimuk United.
The Kees finished in third. They defeated Laharum, Edenhope-Apsley and Natimuk United in their quest through the final series.
Noradjuha-Quantong coach Chloe Gabbe said finishing on top and wining the first finals gave the team time to recuperate.
“Obviously, time off can be a good and bad. But we are fit and ready to go,” she said.
“We have to keep doing what we have done all season – play as a team. There are no individuals out on the court.”
Gabbe said her team’s speed was an advantage, but with poor weather forecast they would have to adapt.
“We have to expect that with a winter sport and we just need to play smart netball,” she said. “Matching up, one-on-one is the most important key for us.”
Kalkee coach Jaymi O’Connor said the team has claimed “great wins” in the finals series and expects a close match at the weekend.
“When we have played in the past the games have been very tight,” she said.
“I have no doubt that it will be tight for all four quarters and it will be a matter of whoever is in front when the final whistle goes.”
O’Connor said the Bombers had a strong team that would be difficult to shut down, but they would be easy to match with depth across the court.
”Lucy King did really well against us last time and we’re going to have to shut her down, but at the same time you can’t leave Sharon Fedke open because we know the damage she can do when she is on song,” she said.
“We have a good mix of experience with girls who played A Grade premierships on our side, which is a good position.”