1999 - Orange Hawks 30 def Blayney Bears 16. Arguably one of the Group's greatest ever sides, minor premiers Hawks defeat a Blayney Bears team featuring international Paul Sironen by 12 points to end a 45-year premiership drought for the club.
2000- Mudgee Dragons 34 def Bathurst Panthers 12. Mudgee creates Group 10 history by becoming the first side to finish fifth after the regular season and go on to win the premiership, ending Panthers' hopes of victories in all three grades with a premier league mauling.
2001 - Bathurst St Pat's 28 def Mudgee Dragons 6. Celebrating their first title since 1989, St Pat's run in six tries to one to completely out-play the defending premiers at Carrington Park.
2002 - Mudgee Dragons 28 def Orange CYMS 24. Down 22-6, Orange CYMS fight back to lead Mudgee 24-22 before a Greg Ward try six minutes from full-time secures Mudgee another Group 10 premier league title.
2003 - Orange Hawks 34 def Mudgee Dragons 30. On the brink of extinction, Hawks fullback Brett Thoebald races 90 metres to score in the final three minutes of the Jubilee Oval contest to complete one of Group 10's greatest transformations.
2004 - Mudgee Dragons 17 def Bathurst Panthers 10. Producing daring football for the big dance, Dragons' halfback Warick Colley sets up the match winning try for Greg Ward then boots a 38-metre field goal to secure the title.
2005 - Lithgow Workies 19 def Bathurst Panthers 4. A drama charged grand final, Lithgow win a shortened decider at Tony Luchetti Sportsground after touch judge Terry Farrell was attacked by a spectator late in the contest.
2006 - Bathurst Panthers 10 def Lithgow Workies 4 (extra-time). Locked at 4-all following 80 minutes of football played in rain, hail and shine, Panthers come out on top in a controversial decider thanks to an extra-time try to lock Clint Giddings.
2007 - Bathurst Panthers 24 def Lithgow Workies 4. Dominant throughout the regular season, Panthers stormed to back-to-back Group 10 titles thanks to a two-try effort from man of the match Clint Giddings.
2008 - Bathurst St Pat's 19 def Mudgee Dragons 12. Riding an emotional wave for the entire season after losing coach Dave Scott prior to round one, St Pat's dig deep to defeat a star studded Dragons outfit at Carrington Park on the back of a five-star outing from man of the match Wade Judd.
2009 - Mudgee Dragons 32 def Lithgow Workies 29. Down by 13 points with 14 minutes to go, Mudgee make Workies pay for a botched Terry Crane chip-and-chase with a late try to Dragons winger Corin Smith in one of the all-time great grand final endings.
2010 - Orange CYMS 23 def Mudgee Dragons 16. Ending a 22-year drought, CYMS defeat a dogged Mudgee by seven points following a Mick Sullivan field goal and a late try to Josh Nixon at Wade Park.
2011- Orange CYMS 30 def Lithgow Workies 12. It'll go down as one of Group 10's best individual performances on grand final day, with Dave Scott medal winner Pat Gibson tackling himself to a stand still in CYMS' 18-point win over a massive Lithgow side.
2012 - Lithgow Workies 40 def Orange CYMS 14. On the back of a 22-0 lead at half-time, Lithgow storm to their first premiership in seven years thanks largely to a big effort from the Workies pack and five-eighth Taf Nicolas.
TRADITIONALLY, for any sporting team, there's no bigger week than grand final week.
But surely this week will dwarf all others, particularly in Orange.
CYMS and Hawks will go head-to-head on Sunday for the right to be known as the 2013 Group 10 premier league champions.
For CYMS, this season is another feather in the cap.
It'll be the club's fourth straight grand final appearance and should they come out on top - it'd be the first win over Hawks this season if they can - it'll make it three premierships in four seasons under Mick Sullivan.
But for Hawks, 2013 has been extra special.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of their 2003 title win over Mudgee, the two blues have dropped just two games on their way to a minor premiership and the memorable 12-11 major semi-final victory over CYMS a fortnight ago.
And it's not over yet.
Already the first time an all-Orange grand final is to decider this year's champion, Sunday's match looks ominously poised to go down in Group 10 history as one of the greats.
To whet the appetite, the Central Western Daily has taken a walk down memory lane and dug-up the last 14 grand finals, all of which tell a remarkable story.
We want to know what your favourite decider has been.
Vote on our poll and see which game is the grand final of grand finals in Saturday's paper.