Ruby Redford is out to atone for last season's grand final heartbreak.
The junior star featured prominently in Dimboola's 17-and-under campaign before the Roos fell agonisingly short at the final hurdle.
Horsham was three-goal winners on that fateful day, but Redford said she's determined to correct the record this season.
"We've got a second chance luckily," she said.
"I've got pretty high expectations for my team. We know we can do it, but we've just got to keep composed throughout the finals series and hopefully do it again, but top it off with a win this time."
Dimboola's 17-and-under side sit undefeated at the top of the table, with only two games remaining.
Redford said having the experience from last season would help in this upcoming finals campaign.
"It (last season) was just a learning trial because me and my teammates hadn't really played many finals before," she said.
"Just the whole atmosphere was so different from a Saturday game. The noise is just a lot crazier than usual."
In addition to her role in the junior side, Redford has been lining up for the Roos' A Grade team.
"I've been playing 17s and A Grade every week. A Grade is a really good chance for me to learn more skills and bring them back down into junior netball as well," she said.
"It's a lot more fast-paced, and there's a lot more quick thinking. When I go into seniors next year, it will be a lot easier to convert."
Redford will make the move to only senior netball next season.
"It will be really different to just play seniors. It will be a big step up," she said.
"It is a bit nerve-racking because you've got to make the best team every week; there's no set position."
Redford said her defensive partner Olivia Jorgensen had helped her transition into senior netball.
"Liv has been such a good role model, just directing me and everything. She's really a good leader," she said.
Dimboola's A Grade side will just miss out on finals this season, shifting Redford's attention to her junior team.
"I'm just taking it one week at a time through the finals series," she said.
"Hopefully we can top it off with a win this season."
The Roos will be confident of returning from Stawell with a win this weekend.
Elsewhere, Horsham needs to beat Ararat to keep their late minor premiership tilt alive.
The Demons are four-points behind Minyip-Murtoa, with only two games remaining.
The Burras welcome Nhill this weekend.
The Giants host the Horsham Saints at Hopetoun, to complete the round.
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