The biggest weekend of the season is here and the 2019 Group 11 grand final day promises to be something special.
Dubbo CYMS is aiming to create history by becoming the first club to win all four premierships on the one day, but the Wellington Cowboys and Forbes Magpies clubs head to Apex Oval with a huge amount of motivation.
For those wishing to take in the huge day at Dubbo, it's a $15 entry fee at Apex Oval for adults and $10 for aged pensioners.
Fear not if you can't get there as the Daily Liberalwill be running a live blog right here on the day with rolling coverage throughout all four games.
Before that though, it's time to look at the teams news, the match previews, and all the players involved.
DUBBO CYMS v FORBES MAGPIES
10am. Referee: Shanika Harpur
Dubbo CYMS comes into this match as the undefeated minor premiers and will start as the biggest favourite of any of the teams playing at Apex Oval on Sunday.
But Forbes has shown real development this year and heads into the game with plenty of momentum and a real strength in defence.
DUBBO CYMS: 1 Alahna Ryan, 2 Lucy Guan, 3 Haley Butcherine, 4 Grace Pilon, 5 Jinnara Tyson, 6 Madi Crowe, 7 Jinnaya Tyson, 8 Emily Caton, 9 Nic Grose, 10 Zenetra Astill, 11 Maddi Chapman, 12 Cassie Toomey, 13 Kimberlee Gordon, 14 Taneka Todhunter, 15 Montana Brown, 16 Tatum Roberts, 17 Isabella Astley, 18 Grace Gilbert, 19 Isabella Drady, 20 Skye Crawford
FORBES MAGPIES: 1 Courtney Hodge, 2 Grace Quigley, 3 Leah Lamb, 4 Chloe Hodge, 5 Chloe Howarth, 6 Kimeaka Bermingham, 7 Mikala Mongan, 8 Hanna De Mamiel, 9 Amelia Davis, 10 Emily Jack, 11 Samantha Thornton, 12 Amy Gallagher, 13 Tasha Shaw, 14 Jordan Gaffney, 15 Jessica Ruge
DUBBO CYMS v WELLINGTON COWBOYS
11.30am. Referee: Willy Barnes
Dubbo CYMS is aiming for a fourth successive premiership in reserve grade on Sunday.
That's quite a feat but they're not going to have it all their own way against an in-form Wellington outfit. The Cowboys may have finished the regular season in fourth but they showed in last weekend's preliminary final win over minor premiers Nyngan they're playing their best footy at the right time.
DUBBO CYMS: 1 Kaiden Rapley, 2 Trent Spears, 3 Sam McDermott, 4 Nick Karydis, 5 Ted Ebsworth, 6 Brad Pickering, 7 Matt Toole, 8 Beau Stephenson, 9 Jackson Bonham-Phair, 10 Tom Clow, 11 Ilisoni Vonomateiratu, 12 Kobi Wilson, 13 Hewett Haycock, 14 Jordan Reynolds, 15 Rob Peckham, 16 Todd Deveigne, 17 Warren Peachey, 18 Nacewa Nalagi, 19 Brayden Peachey, 20 Jake O'Hehir, 21 Caleb Duncan
Match preview: Big game creates big opportunity for CYMS' reserve graders
WELLINGTON COWBOYS: 1 Chris Ah See, 2 Clayton Daley, 3 Quincy Ross, 4 Jeremy Thurston, 5 Cody Bruce, 6 James Promfret, 7 Trent Forrest, 8 Jason Gersbach, 9 Darrel Kemp, 10 Ben McGregor, 11 Lewis Stanley, 12 Shannon Ireland, 13 Benjamin Bruce, 14 Keiran Brien, 15 Leslie Boney.
Match preview: Wellington happy to have taken the hard road to decider
FORBES MAGPIES v DUBBO CYMS
1.15pm. Referee: Jason Whitney
CYMS may have finished as minor premiers but they'll start outsiders against yet another hugely talented Forbes junior side.
One of the best breeding grounds for talent in the state, Forbes is aiming to make it back-to-back title wins in the junior grade and coach Jason Kennedy knows he's got the side to do it again after being there last season.
FORBES MAGPIES: 1 Connor Greenhalgh, 2 Sean Towney, 3 Zeke Hartwig, 4 Isaac Nash, 5 Billy Dukes, 6 Toby Hurford, 7 Thomas Toohey, 8 Thomas Hopkins, 9 Campbell Woolnough, 10 Thomas Phillips, 11 Harrison Leadbitter, 12 Jack Hartwig, 13 Kyle McClenahan, 14 Charlie Holman, 15 Angus Braneley, 16 Hugh Scot, 17 Tyler Murphy, 18 Toby Pout, 19 Zachary Cook, 20 Kyle Bolam, 21 Tyrone Murda
DUBBO CYMS: 1 Noah Ryan, 2 Caleb Cook, 3 Aiden Lake, 4 Kyjuan Crawford, 5 Jack Allen, 6 Jordi Madden, 7 Randel Dowling, 8 Harry Krueger, 9 Joseph Yeo, 10 Thoms Stimpson, 11 Karl Uele, 12 Colby Peckham, 13 Jed McIntosh, 14 Sullivan Haycock, 15 Connor Mitchell, 16 Kyle Welsh, 17 Jacob Howarth, 18 Izac Hughes, 19 Braydon Birbiles, 20 Brock Larance, 21 Paul Eastwood
DUBBO CYMS v WELLINGTON COWBOYS
3pm. Referee: Simon Hartas
A Dubbo CYMS accustomed to success against a Wellington Cowboys side starved of it. Sunday's main game has all the makings off a Group 11 classic.
CYMS may be without suspended captain-coach Jarryn Powyer but this is a side that knows how to win while the Cowboys are riding an almighty wave of community support and passion as they look to end a 25-year first grade premiership drought.
DUBBO CYMS: 1 Tom Yeo, 2 Viliame Turuva, 3 Jyie Chapman, 4 Corey Cox, 5 Corey Drew, 6 Alex Bonham, 7 Harry Kempston, 8 Billy Sing, 9 Luke Jenkins, 10 Ben Marlin, 11 Alex Ronayne, 12 Wade Kavanagh, 13 John Ciappara, 14 Cameron Dennis, 15 Hayden Chapman, 16 Jayden Merritt, 17 Lee Price
WELLINGTON COWBOYS: 1 Will Lousick, 2 Wallace Bruce, 3 Josh Griffiths, 4 Brock Naden, 5 Aidan Ryan, 7 vacant, 6 Mason Williams, 8 Mac Dutfield, 9 Dennis Moran, 10 Dave Dryden, 11 Wade Peachey, 12 Jack Kempston, 13 Travis Waddell, 14 Rylee Blackhall, 15 Brogan Black, 16 Tristan Lumley, 17 James Stanley, 21 Ben McGregor