The Far South Coast Football Association is hitting finals time at full pace.
Both the major and minor semi-finals will run concurrently this Sunday with senior rounds to be held at Merimbula's Berrambool Oval, while the juniors contest their finals on the Tathra Beach Country Club ground.
Wolumla, Tathra and Bega will feature across both grounds with the Devils and Tigers to make up the headline first grade final in a repeat of last year's grand final.
"The Wolumla first grade side have enjoyed many great battles this year and were once again pipped at the post for the Minor Premiership by arch rivals Bega," a spokeswoman for the club said.
"The men will be looking to play an attacking brand of soccer using the speed and talent of their edges via the stability of long-time midfielders Tom Adams and Matt Grant."
Meanwhile, the Devils will continue their fast-pace gameplay with the Devils boasting plenty of youth with talented players rising from the under 16s ranks into seniors this season.
In the minor semi-final, the Tathra United club will face the Merimbula Grasshoppers with both games to run from 3pm across the two Berrambool grounds.
Bemboka will be the sole northern team to contest reserve grade finals and club officials said they would happily go into the draw as underdogs.
The Braves face off against the Grasshoppers with play from 11.20am.
In women's play, the Tigresses are starting as underdogs against the minor premier Eden Killer Whales.
"After welcoming many new players to the roster this year, the ladies have struggled with consistency as game time has been shared around the large number of troops," the spokeswoman said.
"The new look team will look to seasoned campaigners Caitlin Johnson, Tayla Wilson and Sam Johnson to lead the way against Eden."
In the minor semi, the Bega She Devils will be looking to enjoy their finals experience against the Merimbula Grasshoppers.
Coach Nicole Constable knows her way around finals footy, but will be trying to ensure some of the club's new starters are enjoying the game and picking up valuable skills for future season.
Women's play is at 1.10pm.
The Devils and Tigers will also contest under 16s finals with the teams to face Eden and Merimbula respectively with play from 9.30am at Berrambool.
In the 14s the Tigers and Devils clash once more with the Tigers confident on the back of an undefeated season. Leading scorers Michael Nelson and Lachlan Charlton-Seaman will aim to lead the squad from the front.