As the Leeton United first grade side prepares for their first grand final since 2004, club president Rod Harrison has praised the work of those working behind the scenes.
This year has seen the clubs around the area have to battle an unusual situation, and Harrison said that without the hard work of those around the club, this season wouldn't have happened.
"It has been a long hard season not so much the playing side of it but more the organisation," he said.
"With COVID restrictions and stopping, starting and trying to get the full competitions done, it has been a great job by those around the club to make this season work."
It hasn't just been a great season for the first grade side but the entire club with all four grades making it through to at least the first round of finals.
"All the other teams that have stepped up this year and while we might not have gotten four into the grand final we did get four into the qualifying finals," he said.
"We went one step better than we did last year with a couple of teams.
"It would be great for the whole club, not just the volunteers if they were able to take out the premiership this weekend."
AS the 2020 season comes to an end this weekend, Harrison is certain that Leeton United are in a great position to have another positive year in 2021.