A week ago Isabella and Brooklon Attwater were going head-to-head in the battle for premiership glory.
Come Sunday, the two sisters will be teammates looking to claim a grand final victory.
The two will again line up for the Macquarie Raidettes on Sunday and will be out to cap off a season of real development and improvement with title joy when they meet Orange Hawks in the Group 10 under 18s league tag decider.
It will be vastly different to last Saturday, where the Attwaters were lining up against each other in the Rawson Homes Premiership A Grade netball grand final.
"It's a bit of a weird feeling," Isabella laughed.
While two grand finals in two weeks is a little different, playing with or against each other is nothing new for the sisters.
"We've always been really close so playing against each other wasn't the biggest deal," Brooklon added.
"We knew that was coming but it is good being on the same field."
Last weekend it was younger sister Isabella who came out on top as her Fusion Heat side defeated Brooklon and the previously unbeaten Fusion Fire in the grand final.
The two sisters, somewhat unexpectedly, were up against each other that day as Isabella was moved to wing-attack in the absence of injured Heat captain Tash Robinson.
The win marked four straight titles for a Heat side which has been one of the most consistent and dominant team in any sport in Dubbo in recent times.
The Raidettes are about as far from that as possible.
The team was thrown together last minute earlier this year to give players from around Group 11 the chance to play after the regular competition was abandoned due to COVID-19.
Group 10 runs an 18s league tag competition, something Group 11 doesn't, so a team featuring players from a number of different clubs was put together.
Things didn't begin well as they were handed a 44-4 drubbing at the hands of Orange Hawks, the team they meet in Sunday's grand final at Forbes.
"They are really good," Brooklon said.
"The first time we lost it was a bit rough on us but the next time we played them we stood up and gave them a run for their money.
"We've clicked a lot better and really found our feet."
The scores show how much the side has together in a quick time.
The second match against Hawks was a 20-14 result while the Raidettes showed just how far they had come in the semi-finals, where they defeated Orange CYMS 16-14.
"We had a few girls who had played before but so many were just coming in," Isabella added.
"They've come together and we've bonded really well and a lot of that is thanks to the coaching."
In particular, the efforts of coach Kaitlyn Mason.
An experienced league tag and tackle player, Mason took the job on at the Raidettes earlier this season having previously coached the Goannas' junior sides in last seson's Western Women's Rugby League competition.
"She's definitely improved my game and helped a lot of other people as well," Isabella said.
"She was only going to train us at the start of the season but I think she enjoys it too much."
The improvement Mason has helped create could now be iced with a premiership.
"It would be incredible," Brooklon said of winning on Sunday.
"It would prove to everyone this is a team of girls just thrown together but it's capable of great things."
The league tag finals kicks off at 12pm at Forbes' Spooner Oval on Sunday.