With the City of Orange Touch Association's mixed grand finals already run and won, the time's come to crown the men's and women's 2018-19 champions, with the deciders set to played on Friday evening at Waratahs Sportsground.
There's no real surprises in either division one match-ups, with the top two sides from each to face-off in juicy decider encounters.
In the men's top division Death By A Quickie and Corn and Co will square-off, the two sides were separated by a single point in the regular season before the former knocked the latter off the major semi-final.
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Corn and Co then hammered The Loose Goose 10-5 in last Thursday's preliminary final to set up a chance for redemption in the grand final, which will start at 7.50pm on Friday.
In the women's top division Handyman All Round Services were dominant all year and won through the decider with ease after claiming the minor trophy, beating David Reid Homes 7-4 in the major.
Like their male counterparts, David Reid Homes bounced back in the preliminary final and will have an opportunity to cause a huge upset in the decider, from 7.10pm.
The undefeated Jim's Touch, led by the likes of Lachie Harris, Tom Green and Harry Cummins, will face-off with the third-finishing Parkview Predators in the men's division two final, while the also-unbeaten Greenhouse HQ will take on Zoom Zoom in the women's equivalent.
TBR will enter the men's division three decider as red-hot favourites, although they'll be facing The Toads, a side they only edged past by a single touchdown two weeks ago in the major semi-final.
Wii Not Fit have produced a huge post-season run in the women's third division, coming from fourth to earn a decider spot after bouncing the minor premiers out last week.
They knocked off Kiss My Boots 4-3 in the minor semi-final before stunning Don't Have A Clue 5-1 in the preliminary final, they'll face Dump And Run in the decider.
True Blue managed to do the same in men's division four, coming from fourth. They'll take on the God Squad in what's expected to be an incredible grand final, considering both sides have picked up a win over the other this season.
M&D and Southinkucan have expectedly won through to the decider in women's division four after dominating all summer, while division five minor premiers Kensington Vixens will face off with third-finishers MBC.
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The Vixens, led by the likes of Hannah Roth and Teagan Massurit, will be favourites. They've not lost to MBC this summer, winning their first encounter of the regular season 2-1 before romping home by nine touchdowns in the second.
Macca's Men and ARATAC will lock horns in the men's fifth division, while in division six the Gladstone Eagles will be gunning to knock off minor premiers Sexual Chocolates again.
After finishing second the Eagles did that in the major semi-final, winning 5-1, before the minor premiers bounced back in the preliminary.
The Gurus and Kiss My Boots will face-off in the women's division six grand final, the two sides have played off three times this summer, with the former winning all of those encounters.
In the men's division seven grand final Hellfish will take on Let It Sing.
The grand finals will kick-off from 5.50pm on Friday night, and continue through until the latest games begin at 8.30pm, all at Waratahs.
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