If previous results are anything to go by, Saturday's New Holland Agriculture Cup is going to be something special.
The Mudgee Wombats host the Parkes Boars in the decider and there's barely been anything between the two all season.
The Wombats, the minor premiers, have won both matches but captain Tom Dunstan know it hasn't come easy.
"The last two games between us and Parkes have only been decided by two points so I expect it to be a tight one," he said.
The two previous meetings have finished 20-18 and 18-16, the latter a thrilling match which was won on the final siren.
While Dunstan, a standout in the front-row all season, expects it to go to the wire he also knows he's got the players to deliver in the big game.
"I think David Jessiman and Corin Smith will definitely be two players to keep an eye on this weekend," he said.
Jessiman is a veteran of the Wombats who continually sets the tone in the forward pack while Smith has lit up the competition this year after making the move from league.
Smith is one of the reasons the Wombats have been able to take the next step this season.
Dunstan pointed to the improved depth as the reason his side has been able to push on claim the minor premiership in 2020 and stand one win away from a first senior premiership for the club since 2013.
"I'm absolutely stoked that we made the grand final. There is a great feeling amongst the squad for this weekend," Dunstan said.
"We have been around the finals for the last few years so it was always a possibility but getting there is another matter."
The decider kicks off at 3.15pm and follows the second grade final between Narromine and Parkes.