The Leeton Soldiers Club Colts and Narrandera Carpheads will leave nothing behind as they battle for the final place in the two-day grand final.
The sides have spent the last two Saturdays playing against each other in the last round match at Mark Taylor Oval and, on this occasion, it was the Colts who came out on top.
Both teams will know that result counts for nothing now and it will be all down to what happens on Saturday and Sunday at Yanco Sportsground as to whose season lives on or stops in its tracks.
Throughout the season they have had some good battles and this weekend should be no different.
Narrandera have experienced a year of change after many at the top after the retirement of several players.
However, captain Brent Lawrence was confident in the players he's had by his side this season.
"It has been a bit tricky, we've had changes to the team throughout the year, but that can't be helped," he said.
"We still have four or five experienced players, a few have come back and we've got some good young ones in there too.
"Obviously the goal was to get to the preliminary final and hopefully make the grand final, so that's what we're aiming for this weekend."
The two-day match will be played on neutral turf at Yanco Sportsground.
Awaiting the winner will be the Yanco Stags, who have had a stellar season so far, only dropping the one match across all three formats.
Narrandera also have their B grade side playing in Saturday's grand final. Lawrence said getting runs on the board would be the key to winning.
"Obviously we want to improve with the bat," he said.
"We weren't too good in the last game with the bat, but we've definitely been able to put on some good scores throughout the season.
"I'm confident if we can get 150-plus runs, we can defend it."
Lawrence believes the Carpheads and the Colts have the best bowling attacks in the competition, so putting a decent total on the board was crucial.
He wouldn't be swayed in saying what he would do if he were to win the toss on Saturday.
"We'll just have to see when he get there and have a look at the pitch," Lawrence said.
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