The junior rugby league grand final fields will be dominated with St John's colours this weekend, after the club was successful in getting nine of it's 13 juniors sides into the final leg of the competition.
All 13 sides made it to the semi-finals, which St John's under 16's coach Ben Williams calls a 'good effort'.
"We're pretty proud of the kids and the coaches and everyone who is involved, we started off with 323 registered players, so it gives us lots of kids and lots of opportunity, which is great," Williams said.
"It's a good result for the club and all the hard work of the kids, they're looking forward to grand final day, win, lose or draw."
The draw is so packed with St John's sides that in two categories, the under 10's and under 12's, both sides of the field will be packed with St John's players from their Blue and Gold teams.
"We're not directly linked, but we are affiliated with CYMS, so to have their four sides in the grand final this year and then us only just missing out on two grand finals in the junior clubs, it's pretty rewarding."
Williams puts the outstanding result down to a couple of things, including the strength of the coaching staff and an influx of new recruits from outside the usual Dubbo footy crowd.
"Lots of hard work, some really good coaching, we've had a number of coaches who've had NRL experience or representative experience and they've been really well supported by the executive and volunteers," Williams said.
"We've attracted kids from other codes, who were playing different sports, but really wanted to play footy and they've really enjoyed their time, despite being new to the club."
But above everything else, Williams attributes the club's breakaway success heading into their final games for the season to the team's culture.
"We're doing some good things, we've got good people involved; good coaches, good sponsors and some excellent volunteers that donate a fair bit of their time," Williams said.
"For us, personally, as a club, we just try to create a really good environment for the kids, and we expect good attitudes and at that point, success sort of looks after itself, in the grand finals or otherwise."
Kick off for the day of junior grand final action will be at 8.30am, starting with the under 10's from St John's Blue and Gold squads facing off on Apex Oval's Field 2.