The popular Bega Pub rugby league competition will come to a head with grand final play on Friday night.
Following some wet weather washouts, three of the four rounds have been completed with the Grand Hotel Rovers emerging as premiership favourites when they take on the defending premiers out of the Cobargo Eels.
Meanwhile, the Wolumla Wombats will face off against the Commercial Hotel in a battle of bragging rights and watering hole supremacy.
Bega Old Boys pundits are giving the Jye Britten-led Wolumla Wombats an edge over the Commercial Magpies roster, but noted that finals football brings out the best in players and the Magpies will stand to attention.
Magpies co-captains Clay Ellison and Steven Luff are building each week and with a forward pack boasting Josh Hitchins, Corey Thomas and Lee Fuller the side is looking to pull off the first upset of the night.
The Wombats have a pack headed by Dan Hyland, the Ingram brothers and Scott Barton while captain Britten has hit top form and will be keen to give his outside men like the flying Zac Cuzner room to move and show his attacking wares.
Then at 7pm, the A grade grand final will see the John Cooper Shield decided with the Cobargo Eels defying the odds and storming into premiership contention with a thrilling win last week.
Captain Billy Hudson has in his pack a team of players who turn up for each other and with a brilliant attacking half in Ryan Norris, Matt Parsons and try scoring machine Jackson Whitby the defending premiers are expected to give a great sight for their vocal supporters.
The competition surprise packet has been the Grand Hotel Rovers after a disappointing last season the Grand lineup spearheaded by Captain Scott Fuller has experienced players Willie McDonald, Ryan Apps and Ricky Stapleton with young talent like Sam Cooper who will give his all to win the Shield the Old Boys bestowed in his Pops name.
Gold coin entry with a bar, barbecue and canteen running on the night.
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