Seven of Orange Eagles' 11 sides competing in the Western Junior League finals after finishing in the top four of their respective competitions after three rounds of competition.
The under-12 girls, under-14 girls, two under-16 boys' sides and the under-16 girls made finals alongside the boys' and girls' under-18 sides.
The finals will be held on May 4 in Bathurst.
Boys' under-18 coach Jamahl Zegzula said he'd been impressed with his charges, of which only two were top age, with the side competitive in every match they took part in.
The under-18s finished fourth, but outside competition standouts Bathurst Goldminers Zegzula said his side had been close to every other outfit in the competition.
His side plays Griffith in a do-or-die preliminary final, while the mostly bottom-aged under-16 girls have battled injuries and inexperience to make their way to the finals in division one.
They were also boosted by a free throw after the buzzer by Sami Harvey, who sunk a basket after scores were tied and she was awarded two shots following a foul.
The sides will have the chance to play off for spots in the State Cup or the Country Championships League.
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