His side has been arguably one of the best throughout the entire Western Women's Rugby League premiership, in all three grades, but Vipers under 18s coach Martin Power is expecting his undefeated outfit to face some much stiffer competition in the finals.
The Vipers take on Mudgee in the first semi-final at Wellington's Kennard Park on Saturday and Power says the Dragons will test the young Vipers outfit.
That's despite the Vipers averaging 52 points per game - the side's 264 points for was the most of any team across all grades.
"I think that'll be the case, for sure," Power said when asked if the other three sides in the under 18s premiership race - Goannas, Mudgee and Woodbridge Cup - will step it up in the post season.
The closest any side has come to the Vipers is the 42-24 result the Goannas produced at Kennard Park in round five.
She's pretty good, Kiara (Sullivan) ... but they've all improved. They just love it.Vipers coach Martin Power on his side's chances in the WWRL under 18s semi-finals.
"We played Dubbo a couple of weeks ago and they were good. They'd be favourites against Woodbridge but I expect it to be tough in that game.
"I know a lot of sides have been missing players at different points of the season but I think we'll see some tough games in the finals."
The Vipers knocked off Mudgee in their only meeting so far in 2018, the 48-18 victory at Pride Park in Orange a relative walk in the park compared to what Power is expecting from the Dragons in the finals.
"They didn't have a lot of their players last game we played so I'm expecting them to have a full compliment this time around," he added.
"But we're looking good. They're having a ball."
Power pointed to the skill and speed of Kiara Sullivan as the key to his side's fortunes over the next couple of weeks, should the Vipers progress past the semi-final stage and qualify for the grand final, which will be held at Carrington Park as one of the curtain-raiser games to the Penrith-Melbourne NRL game in Bathurst.
"She's pretty good, Kiara ... but they've all improved. They just love it," he said.
The Vipers take on Mudgee from 11am on Saturday.
In the other semi-final, Goannas and Woodbridge Cup face-off with their last meeting netting a 42-14 victory to the former.
WWRL FINALS DRAW
11am: (Under 18s semi-final) Vipers versus Mudgee
12pm: (Under 18s semi-final) Goannas versus Woodbridge
1pm: (Under 15s grand final) Woodbridge versus Goannas
2pm: (Opens grand final) Goannas versus Panorama Platypi