Tathra United and the Wolumla Tigers will be looking to book grand final tickets in Bega this weekend.
United won through its minor semi-final against Merimbula and will now face off against the Tigers who are hungry to secure a grand final rematch with the Bega Devils after going down to the Bega squad in extra time over the weekend.
Tathra pose a wonderful threat to the Tigers with a strong finish to the season, coming off a 5-1 win over the Pambula Penguins, while the Tigers battled out a 1-1 draw with the Devils in the last regular round.
Both clubs will be acutely aware that their last encounter in round 13 ended in a 1-1 draw and a clear favourite is not forthcoming ahead of the weekend.
Back in round 10, the Tigers were on top to secure a 5-0 win then, but the United club have been stringing together strong results including last wekend's 2-1 win over the Grasshoppers to advance.
In a tightly contested first grade season, neither club stands out on their goal-kicking prowess, but the Tigers do stand clear of the Tathra club in defensive stats, letting in 10 fewer goals this season.
Matt O'Reilly and Tim Hodgkin will head up the Wolumla defence, while keeper Ross Oldham has been a rock for the club out of the goalbox.
The Wolumla ladies squad will also be in action when they take on the Pambula Penguinettes for the remaining grand final place against the Eden Killer Whales in two weeks.
The Tigresses suffered an injury to key defender Caitlin Johnson during their 2-1 loss to the Killer Whales, but will look to Tegan Grant for her leadership from the back line to consolidate against the Penguinettes.
The Penguinettes also boast an impressive back line, headed up by Liz Scott, with the Tigresses counting on Sam Johnson to beat her at close range, while young star Janet King can fire in shots from range.
Expect plenty of contest through the middle with both clubs trying to loose their speedy wingers for attacking runs, with Pambula's Annalisse Reed a particular threat down the left edge.
Coach Tom Adams will be aiming to boost the morale of his squad ahead of their clash with the Penguinettes as the club eyes up another grand final showdown with the Eden Killer Whales.
All the senior preliminary final games will be held at Bega's George Griffin Oval this Sunday.
Play starts from 9.30am with the Killer Whales to meet Merimbula in the under 16s match, while Pambula and Merimbula will contest the reserve grade clash from 11.10am.
The ladies take the field at 1.10pm with the first grade clash scheduled for 3pm on the day.