AFTER earning themselves a week off following a win in the first week of the finals, Leeton-Whitton's under 17.5s team is raring to go ahead of the premiership decider.
The Crows will be taking on Osborne in the grand final, the side they beat two weeks ago to book their position in the big dance.
With their game being the first cab off the rank at 9.30am at Robertson Oval on Saturday, the young side will need to be switched on early.
Coach Travis Doyle has given his players a plan on how they need to spend their morning in the lead up to the first bounce.
"We've got a clean bill of health among all our players ... we will go into the game unchanged from our last outing," Doyle said.
"The boys spent the week off recharging.
"We'll spend the rest of this week building up ahead of Saturday."
With Osborne previously undefeated until the Crows managed to claim a nail-biting victory in the semi-final, the stage is set for another tough encounter.
"There's a few match ups we'll be looking at ... their ruckman is quite handy, so we've put some time and effort into him," Doyle said.
"Then it's pretty much just going to be our kids performing to the standard that they've set themselves and they should be able to get over the line."
With 2020 being a different season, the team made a plan early when matches were first called off that they would stick together for their fitness, as well as keeping their mental health in check.
"When games were then put back on, they were all pretty about it, and I think how they stuck together before then is what helped us get early wins on the board and get our position on the ladder," Doyle said.
"The boys have all improved throughout the year and now we are playing a pretty attractive brand of footy.
"It shows the strengths of each player and hopefully we get to put it all together on the last day for a win."
Doyle said each player had a role on the weekend, but the team was being led well by several key playmakers.
"We're being led really well by Angus Crelley, Jay Tang, Hayden Cooper, Jye Doyle and Jack Rourke ... they will be barometers on Saturday morning," Doyle said.