LEETON is quickly turning red, yellow and blue in one of the most intense grand final lead ups in the history of Australian football in the Riverina.
With the Leeton-Whitton Crows grand final bound in both the under 17.5s against Osborne and the seniors against the Wagga Tigers, local businesses have wasted no time demonstrating their support.
Also showing great commitment are visiting members of the long established Leeton-Whitton Crows Sydney Supporters' Group - Eurydice Aroney and Tom Morton.
"We were here for the heartbreaking loss against the Wagga Tigers in 2016, we were here for the drought breaking victory against Collingullie in 2017 and I've got a very strong feeling the AFL Riverina Championship Cup will be in Leeton come Saturday night," Ms Aroney said.
Mr Morton and Ms Aroney spent Sunday night decorating the window of the Pine Avenue café, which is co-owned by Nat Meline, the aunt of key Crows' players, Lucas and Tom Meline.
"We just think that opportunities to smile have been a bit short on in 2020 so we came up with the 'CROWVID-20' theme," Mr Morton said.
"Here's hoping we'll be still smiling come 4.30pm Saturday arvo."