KALKEE and Natimuk United will go head to head on Saturday in a 2018 grand final replay.
Kalkee will be looking to make it two in a row, after they beat the Rams by 25 goals last year.
Both teams have had an outstanding season, with the Ewes finishing first on the ladder and the Kees finishing second.
The sides met in the semi final, with Kalkee taking home the win - beating Natimuk 34 goals to 25.
Kees coach Bec Hudson said she was super excited for the Saturday's clash.
She said she hoped her side could get over the line again this year.
"We've got a different side to what we had last year - we have a couple of new inclusions and some old faces," she said.
"We are feeling really good about our chances."
Hudson said her side needed to focus on good defensive pressure if they wanted to finish on top on Saturday.
"We played Natimuk about two weeks ago in the semi final and our pressure and turnovers created a lot of opportunities for us last time," she said.
"We need to focus and do that again."
Hudson predicts Saturday's game will be another close contest.
"It will be a tough game," she said.
"Natimuk is very talented and we have had good hit outs with them in the past."