Saturday will mark the biggest day on Orange hockey's calendar this year, and perhaps any year before that.
Both the men's and women's Premier League Hockey grand finals will be staged on the Mavis Davis Field, and both games will feature Orange sides.
Orange Hockey Incorporate president Graham Cullen said it was "amazing" as Orange prepared to host the PLH grand finals for the first time since 2002 after CYMS knocked off premiers Bathurst St Pat's 3-1 in the women's major semi-final on home soil two weeks ago.
CYMS was the last women's side to feature in a PLH grand final 17 years ago. Pete Shea's girls take on the formidable Lithgow Panthers on Saturday.
Everyone's excited, especially after all the hard work all the players and club and officials have put in.Orange hockey chief Graham Cullen
While for the men, Orange Wanderers' path to the big dance was miraculously, to say the least.
The Orange boys battled throughout the regular season and didn't win a game until their minor semi-final win over Parkes, before making it back-to-back victories with a 2-0 preliminary final win over Panthers last week.
It's the first time an Orange men's side has made a grand final since the turn of the century, with a young CYMS men side qualifying for the decider in 2000, but going down in a big loss to St Pat's.
"Everyone's pumped," Cullen said as the build up to one of the biggest days in Orange hockey history continues.
"Everyone's excited, especially after all the hard work all the players and club and officials have put in."
Cullen said there'd be plenty more work to do on the pitch and grandstand of Orange Hockey Centre in the lead-up to Saturday's double header, but thought some older hands might come out of the woodwork to help out.
Cullen was hopeful the games would attract a big crowd too, given the enormity of the stage both Orange sides are now competing on.
The women start at 12.30pm and the men's decider is scheduled to start at 2pm.
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