YANCO-WAMOON have a chance to go straight into the grand final this weekend, while the Greens are fighting to keep their season alive.
The Hawks had the first weekend of finals off after finishing as minor premiers, while Leeton went down in their qualifying semi-final to the Griffith Black and Whites, 16-0.
As a result, Yanco-Wamoon will now face the Black and Whites on Sunday to book an early spot in the grand final, while Leeton will go up against West Wyalong on Saturday morning.
The game times have changed for Saturday's matches, with Leeton coach Paul McGregor hopeful it doesn't affect the availability of his players.
The coach was disappointed with the loss in the first week of finals, but said the Panthers were just red-hot on the day.
"Honestly, I don't think there was much we could have changed last weekend," McGregor said.
"The girls played well, we just couldn't break their line.
"Defensively they were excellent. A couple of little mistakes from us resulted in tries to them, but really I thought we did play well.
"I've told the girls to not be too concerned."
The Greens have defeated West Wyalong in both of their encounters this season, but McGregor said Leeton won't be taking them lightly.
"The girls know they are fighting for their season now ... we'll be giving them the respect they deserve," he said.
"I am quietly confident we can win. It's just a matter of getting out there and doing it."
Yanco-Wamoon meanwhile may have some players unavailable for their clash with the Black and Whites, but coach Monique Higgins said it was something the side has adapted to throughout the season.
Having watched the Panthers defeat Leeton last week, Higgins said the important thing for the Hawks to do was just stick to their game plan.
"We just need to keep doing what we've been doing all year," she said.
"Last week we trained well even though we weren't playing. We'll prepare again this weekend and hopefully get the win. The girls are all ready to go now after the week off. It's going to be a really good game."
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