It is a case of unfinished business for Laharum and star goal attack Maddie Iredell ahead of Saturday's Horsham District league grand final.
Iredell has played in two losing A Grade grand finals in 2015 and 2018, both against Saturday's opposition Natimuk United.
On the back of a sensational season, Iredell said the feeling ahead of this grand final was all positive.
"It just feels a bit better this time. We're just focused on enjoying the moment and enjoying being in a grand final," she said.
"Everything feels a bit more positive this time."
Iredell said Natimuk United's experience had previously been vital in grand finals, as they stayed calm in front of big crowds at Horsham's City Oval.
"Natimuk United have always had that experience, and they've been able to settle it down under pressure, whereas we have sometimes been a bit young and wild," Iredell said.
"But now we're starting to get up there with experience. We've been able to be a bit more calm this year.
"We played really well in the semi-final, and I think we can contain our nerves a bit more."
Adding to what could be a special victory for Iredell is the chance to win a premiership alongside her twin sister Ema. Playing at either end of the court, the two share a special bond.
"Everybody asks if we can read each others minds," Maddie laughed.
"We give each other the old cheeky look sometimes. She always passes me the ball, and sometimes without even communicating you know what each other are going to do. We can call it a bit of a sixth sense."
Maddie has been vital to Laharum the last two seasons after returning from a two-year stint in Geelong.
"I left in 2015 after we made a granny and lost, so I left with a bit of unfinished business," she said.
"(Caitlin Story) then asked me to come back - I didn't take much convincing.
"I've travelled back from Geelong to play every Saturday for the last two years, so I've put a lot of time in. It would would be absolutely amazing to win it, to have all that hard work pay off - but we'll just have to wait and see."
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