THE two powerhouses of B Grade netball are getting ready for a tight game in Saturday's grand final.
Ladder leader Kalkee has been undefeated throughout the home and away season, but suffered a loss in the semi finals.
Noradjuha-Quantong finished second on the ladder, with only two losses for the year under their belt.
Both teams also clashed in last year's B Grade grand final.
Kalkee coach Jaymi O'Connor said this year's match up would be very different from last year's grand final.
"The teams are very different this season, both for us and Noradjuha-Quantong," she said.
"I don't think last year's grand final will have anything to do with this year's."
The team previously met in the semi final two weeks ago.
In the clash, Noradjuha-Quantong defeated Kalkee, 33 goals to 29.
O'Connor said the grand final would also be a tight contest.
"Both teams have what it takes to win and it will come down to who plays better on the day," she said.
O'Connor said the key for Kalkee would be shutting down Bombers shooter Sharon Fedke.
"If she plays well, her team will play well so we really need to shut her down," she said.
"If we do that, we'll have a good chance."
Bombers co-coach Chloe Gabbe said it was always a tough game against Kalkee and Saturday would be no different.
"The past two times we've played them this year, the margins have been less than five goals," she said.
Gabbe said her side's win against the Kees in the semi-final did not give them confidence they could get up in the grand final.
"It will really depend on the day what happens," she said.
"It was nice to win in the semi final and go straight into the grand final, but sometimes having a week off is not always the best thing.
"But we've done all we can now - we just have one more job to do."
Gabbe said her side needed to start the game strong in order to get over the line.
"Just like in the semi-final, we need to come out firing in the first quarter and set ourselves up for the game," she said.
"There are four quarters to the game and if we get a good strong start, that will really help us go the whole way.
"It's going to be quite a warm day, so fitness will come into play as well."