The Bega Chicks will have an internal focus rather than worrying about the Bombala High Heelers' playstyle this weekend.
"We haven't worried too much about the opposition, we've just been focusing on doing our attacking jobs right and staying strong in defence," says captain Joccoaa Taylor.
"It is something that has really helped us stay on top during the season."
Bombala are recognised as a very technical team, while the Chicks are renowned for their raw talent and speed, which has seen them become the most dominant attacking team in the competition.
To round 18, the Bega outfit had scored almost 180 more points than their nearest rivals on the competition table.
The Blue Heelers do boast a remarkable line defence and have coughed up 20 points fewer than the Chicks, but Sunday shapes a decider of an unstoppable force hitting an immovable object.
The Chicks captain said the Bega outfit were buoyed by the joint success of the club's other teams with all four Bega senior grades to contest play on Sunday.
"It's an awesome effort and a credit to everyone at the club, securing minor premierships in all four grades and receiving the club championship," Taylor said.
Taylor herself was announced as the competition's leading point scorer, but stayed humble - saying that it was due to the number of tries the Chicks have scored that she got to put the boot on so many conversions.
She also praised the work of Alana Dummett, who was named joint leading try-scorer after emerging from the juniors into the Chicks roster early in the comp.
She is confident the Chicks can get the job done and encourages everyone to head along.
"I really hope the Bega community can make the effort to get down there at 10am for us being the first game," she said.
"The girls have been playing some great footy this year and this weekend will be no different.
"[Everyone in the squad] has been outstanding and we just need everyone to get down there and make some noise."