According to Centrals Red's skipper Kyle Nonnemacher, Saturday's second-grade decider against Orange City is much more than a grand final.
For him, it's an opportunity to bring a championship to his family, his club and its supporters.
You see, 2020 was a successful season for his side as they were crowned competition winners when COVID brought an early end to the finals series, but it wasn't as satisfying as what he would have liked.
Now, his troops have the chance to go out and fight for a title, something the whole side can't wait to do.
"The whole team's been training hard and putting in some big sessions," Nonnemacher said.
"The morale's really high. We've got a team dinner tonight and we're all ready."
And while Centrals Red's grand-final qualifying win over Cavaliers last week was impressive, Orange City's dominant path to Saturday can't be ignored.
The Warriors put together a 14-win campaign this summer, finishing 11 competition points clear of the second-placed Cavs.
Led by skipper Jamie Stedman, City only lost three games throughout the campaign, none of which came against this weekend's opponent.
Nonnemacher spoke about what his side needs to do well if it wants to register its first win over the heavyweights.
"We've got a really good bowling attack so for us, it comes down to the batting," he said.
"If our batters can perform, we win the game. Our bowlers are top class."
As a skipper, there's always a bit of extra pressure going into a showdown like this and quite frankly, Nonnemacher doesn't care about his personal tally, he just wants the result.
"I'd love to take a couple of wickets and take a few catches but for me I just want to win the grand final," he said.
"If that means I do nothing, then that's fine. We want to win it for the boys, for the supporters, for my partner and my kids."
Making sure his side is ready to perform is clearly the main focus, but Nonnemacher has his eye on a few opposition threats.
"Andrew Rutledge has been on the scene for a long time," he said.
"Angus Cornish is another one who's dangerous. He's a little spinner and those spinners seem to get wickets for City. He's got a bright future ahead of him."
Two other grand finals will take place on Saturday as Gladstone and Spring Hill will do battle at Riawena Oval. Those two sides finished first and second on the table, so it only seems fitting they meet in the decider.
In the Centenary Cup, Cavaliers will square off against Orange City at Bloomfield Oval. Those two sides also finished in the top two spots on the ladder.
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