The Molong Bulls will be looking to flip last weekend's final-round result against Manildra when they head back to Jack Huxley Oval on Sunday afternoon, this time the trip has plenty more on the line.
The two sides face-off in this weekend's Woodbridge Cup qualifying final and there'll certainly be no secrets after last weekend, with second-finishers Manildra taking down the third-placed Bulls 22-14 in a fierce finals precursor.
Thanks to last weekend's result and their 12-10 win over the Bulls back in round nine the Rhinos will enter Sunday's clash, which kicks off at 2pm, as favourites to move on and face minor premiers Trundle in next week's major semi-final.
That would be an epic rematch of last year's grand final, with decider hosting rights on the line.
But the Bulls can't be discounted, they've largely run with the Rhinos in 2019 and will be looking to build on an already-impressive return season under captain-coach Todd Barrow's guidance.
The Rhinos are sure to have a massive, parochial crowd on hand to will them on too, with some suggesting it could even go as far as setting a new Woodbridge Cup record.
In this weekend's other finals clash, Canowindra plays host to the Grenfell in the elimination final on Saturday afternoon.
The two sides finished fourth and fifth respectively and the Tigers, at their home of Tom Clyburn Oval, will be hard to toss despite finals footy traditionally being one of the great levellers.
The Tigers have won five of their last six encounters leading into the finals, including knocking off the Rhinos in a 40-6 blowout, with the sixth of those lead-up games being their 28-all draw against the Bulls.
Crucially, two weeks ago, they took down the Goannas 40-26 at the same ground they'll play at on Saturday afternoon.
Grenfell, on the other hand, have been somewhat inconsistent leading into the finals, although they come in after last weekend's 120-nil win over Condobolin.
In youth league on Saturday Cargo take on Molong while on Sunday Grenfell face Trundle in an exciting start to the day. In league tag Condobolin play Canowindra on Saturday while Grenfell face Manildra on Sunday.
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