IT WILL be a tight tussle in the A Grade grand final on Saturday, with both sides putting everything on the line.
In a replay of the 2018 grand final, Laharum will be looking to go one better, after losing to Natimuk in the big game last year.
The Ewes have gone through the home and away season undefeated and will be looking to continue its winning streak.
Laharum co-coach Erin Mellington said her side was trying to stay relaxed and calm.
"We're keeping everything the same," she said.
"We're really excited to be here again.
"Only two teams get to play off in the grand final each year, so we're honoured to be in it again."
Laharum previously beat Natimuk by six goals in the semi-final.
Mellington said the win gave her side confidence.
"It reassures us that we are where we want to be, and we know we can do it," she said.
"We'll take a pretty similar strategy.
"We're just trying to think the same as we always do - get a good start and take each quarter as it comes.
"There will be a lot of people there - we just have to not let that outside noise get to us.
"It will be loud, which can make it hard to concentrate on the game and communicate with each other.
"But everyone has played in a grand final before, apart from maybe Rylee Hateley, who is a junior ... we've all been there and we just want to finish the season off well."
Mellington said her team was ready to go.
"It's definitely a different atmosphere (compared with last year)," she said.
"We're not planning too far ahead and not thinking about what we've done in past seasons.
"We're not overthinking this year, we're just absorbing being in the moment and enjoying being in the grand final.
"It's been a great vibe all year."
Ewes coach Cheryl Sudholz said her side was "pinching themselves" that they made it to the grand final again.
She said she was confident her side could get over Laharum after its semi-final loss.
"We're feeling much better this time," she said.
"Last time we were all a bit flat and we just didn't play well.
"Last week against Harrow it was a such an intense game.
"This time you could see the hunger and intensity compared to what we were lacking the week before.
"We'll just bring everything this week - we hope to have nothing left in the tank by the end of the game."
Sudholz injured her leg during her past two games and was unsure if she would play on Saturday.
"I would love to be out there but if I can't I'll just have to be the coach on the sidelines - hopefully I don't lose my voice from screaming," she said.
"I know I've got nine other girls that can definitely go out there and play just as well, and be just as competitive.
"They all want it just as bad, so I have faith in any of the girls that are put on the court."
Sudholz expected a big crowd for the game.
"I think with the reserves football being in, which we haven't had in a long time, I dare say the whole of Natimuk will be there in full force," she said.
"Whether they are watching us, the C Grade or the reserves, we'll definitely have a big cheer squad."