The Wimmera Hockey Association grand finals return to Warracknabeal's Anzac Park and three top games are promised.
Open: Warrack Hoops v Yanac Tigers
The Warrack Hoops and Yanac Tigers go into the grand final very evenly matched, having recorded one win each and have played one draw in their three games together, and they have both scored four goals against each other.
Both bring a wealth of final's experience into the game which is balanced by a good mix of young players, making it difficult to predict a winner.
Key for the Hoops will be Cameron Bardell who provides a solid presence in defence and Royce Bennett and Jordan Williamson who offer potent scoring options.
These teams always put on an intense game of hockey with rarely more than one goal between them at the end, this game should be no different.
Women: Dimboola Roos v Yanac
In a repeat of the last three Women's grand finals, the Dimboola Roos and Yanac will play off for the 2019 premiership in what should be another very close game.
When they met two weeks ago it took full time, extra time and six penalty strokes each to separate them. With Dimboola playing in their ninth grand final in ten seasons, and Yanac featuring in their seventh in a row, both are fully aware of what they are in for.
The focus will be on the midfield battle between Dimboola's Elizabeth Klinge and Erin Alexander of Yanac, but these two are not the only players capable of turning the game off their own stick.
Under 16: Yanac Warriors v Kaniva Raiders
With the Yanac Warriors going into the Under 16 grand final undefeated since before their premiership win this time last year, it is difficult to see them dropping this game, but with the pressure of a final the Raiders must be in with a chance if they can settle the nerves first.
Grand Final Fixture
Saturday, September 14
Anzac Park, Warracknabeal
11am - Under 16 - Yanac Warriors v Kaniva Raiders; 1pm - Women's - Dimboola Roos v Yanac; 3pm - Open - Warrack Hoops v Yanac Tigers