LEETON-WHITTON'S under 17.5s are putting the final touches on their game plan ahead of Saturday's grand final against Osborne.
In the meantime, sit back and read all about the team that is prepping to bring home the first under 17.5s premiership in at least a decade.
Jackson Woods: Uses his brute strength to win the contest, tackles hard, loves a good gym session.
Chris Iannelli: Two-way flanker who can play both defence and offence. Good set of hands and reliable kick.
Liam Horton: Continued improvement throughout the season. Can be utilised in multiple positions. Loves attacking the ball in the air.
Angus Crelley: A midfielder with gears, a contested ball king who loves to take the game on, shows physical dominance every week and leads by example.
Jay Tang: Known as Silky to his mates due to his smooth ball skills, leads from the front, puts his body on the line for his team at every contest, a real class act.
Jye Doyle: Aerobic endurance beast who forwards love to see coming towards them due to his elite kicking skills, his game has gone to another level this year.
Emerson Cody: Versatile big man that has a great set of hands. Loves to snag a goal or two.
James Buchanan: A classy smooth moving dangerous forward who uses his footy IQ to beat his opponent.
Michael Cudmore: New recruit from Griffith who signed a two-year contract, a speed demon who loves to take the game on, lovely long kick.
Kane Williams: Skillful midfielder that gets plenty outside ball, loves to float down forward and kick a snag.
Jaedan Celi: Disco to his mates, classy mid/forward who spins his opponents into a frenzy, doesn't mind celebrating a goal.
Jack McAliece: His 60 metre boot opens up the field and allows fastball movement. His height and leap combined with his animalistic nature makes him a dangerous bloke.
Jack Rourke: Loves a bitta footy, commanding back man that doesn't lose a contest. First to training during pre-season.
Hunter Booth: A strong mark who is dominant up forward. Uses his agility to bamboozle the opposition, reliable kick for goal.
Hayden Cooper: Versatile aggressive ruckman who hates to be beaten. Great set of hands, has had an outstanding season.
Jack Coelli: Strong reliable defender who never stops working. Gives 100 per cent at each and every contest. Doesn't mind things rough.
Jason Burke: Leadership member who has found his home down back. Strong defensive intercepting mark, doesn't mind a one-handed grab and a bitta rough and tumble.
Taj Doyle: Destructive forward who can take a big pack mark, don't get in his way when he attacks the footy.
Zane Pannowitz: Elite defensive player who has the ability to lock down on an opponent, tackles with ferocity.
Taine Moraschi: Contested ball beast, gets in and under with clean hands and a specialist at picking up the loose ball. Explosive pace makes him a crowd favourite.
Harry Steele: Mr Footy IQ, sees the game two minutes before everyone else. Makes the most of his possessions which result in goal assist.
Damian Barker: Bottom ager who is coming along nicely, runs hard at the contest and loves the physicality side of the game.
Dan Hillam: New to the game with explosive speed and sure hands. Has become a very good defensive forward player.
Denis Singh: Doesn't shirk a contest, puts his head where others fear to tread.
Jesse Horsefield: Ever reliable, miserly defender who has more time than most with the ball in his hands. Doesn't allow his opponent to beat him.
Angus Howe: Starting to grow into his huge frame, solid hands in marking contest and will look to dominate the opposition when in the ruck.
Nathan Baulch: Was the general in defence for most of the year, now moved into an attacking half-back flank position where he can use his speed and penetrating kick.