Two clubs seeking two very different shades of football history will compete for the Horsham District league's grand prize on Saturday afternoon.
Heavy underdogs Noradjuha-Quantong will be searching for the first senior football premiership in the merged club's history.
Meanwhile, the perennially strong Harrow-Balmoral are after back-to-back premierships - an honour that has somehow eluded the club across 12 grand final appearances in the last 20 years.
After making six grand finals in the last decade and winning just one premiership, there is a feeling around Harrow-Balmoral that it is time to start correcting their grand final record - and this is certainly one they are expected to win.
Remarkably, nobody has got within 75 points of the Southern Roos since round seven.
But Harrow-Balmoral coach Nick Pekin said he is expecting a tough and tight contest right throughout the afternoon.
"It's going to be a very physical game through the middle, and on a grand final you'd expect nothing less," he said.
"We want to get out to a fast start like we have been all year. But I told the boys at training, it's a grand final, so you can't expect to be winning all day.
"We could be losing at half time, or with five minutes to go - we just have to keep a good attitude and know that it's not over until the fat lady sings."
The match's opening stanza will be crucial, particularly for Noradjuha-Quantong.
Last time the two sides played in round nine, Harrow-Balmoral booted the first six goals of the game, and the match was essentially over by quarter time.
The Bombers need early goals on Saturday to put some kind pressure on Harrow-Balmoral, and build a belief that they can pull off one of the biggest upsets the Wimmera has ever seen.
"We just have to be switched on from the very start," Bombers coach Gareth Hose said.
"If we're not switched on, they are a side that have shown they can kick five goals in five minutes.
"Our attack on the footy has to be on in the early moments."
Expect the Bombers' veterans, Tom Cooper, Jason Kerr, Cameron Bruce, Nathan Byrne - players who have all experienced grand finals before - to lead the way early.
Fellow veteran Shane Oakley is another almost certain to hold nothing back, hitting the contest with the type of ferocity shown only by someone playing their first grand final after more than 300 senior games.
"Nobody has come within 11 goals of them, so we're not blind to the fact that we're up against it," Hose said.
"But once you're there, you're not playing to just make up the numbers. You want to have a crack at winning it."
For Harrow-Balmoral, a star studded cast of Pekin, Eric Guthrie, Hamish Ellis and Will Plush will crack in hard through the middle, while players that missed out on last season's flag - Guthrie, Michael Close, Scott Addinsall - will carry an extra enthusiasm for the contest.
"The type of fellas they are, they are just itching at the bit to get into it," Pekin said.
"They're just keen as anything to get one, and help the others get the same result."
Pekin said he expected Noradjuha-Quantong to tag Eric Guthrie.
"He's just got to absorb that, and we've got to help him out, try to protect him and give him that space," he said.
"The game will be won through the midfield. So we have to nullify their mids."
Hose said it would take far more than one head-to-head to shift the contest in the Bombers favour.
"We need to just quell some of their best players - it's going to be tough because they've got them right across the ground," he said.
"They've got so many good players it's hard to focus just on one or two.
"We have to be concerned about a couple of them ... but we're also mindful that we don't want to take away from our strengths.
"We just have to make sure our pressure is up right across the ground."
Michael Phelan (C), Nick Pekin, James Staude, Simon Close, Eric Guthrie, Hamish Ellis, Michael Close, Peter Staude, Ben Deutscher, Will Plush, Anthony Close, Cody Deutscher, Angus Halliday, Todd Lawrence, Clinton Robinson, Scott Addinsall, Aaron McDonald, Edward Ferguson, Scott Heath, Will Staude, Dalton Burns.
Dustin Cross (C), Nathan Byrne, Jye Walter, Josh Freeman, Cameron Bruce, Wade Francis, Jack Vague, Ryan Stacey, Nigel Kelly, Darcy Hogan, Zane Batson, Riley Dunlop, Tyler Bye, Tyler Snowden, Jordan Huff, Jason Kerr, Shane Oakley, Tom Cooper, Sebastian Relouw, Josiah Mock, Matt Walsh.
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