Grand final berths are on the line in the Shoalhaven Hockey finals this Saturday, September 14.
Berry men and Burrawang Banksias women have already booked their positions in the season deciders after wins in the major semi-finals last weekend.
Berry downed St Georges Basin in a thrilling encounter 3-1 on penalty one on ones after the sides had been locked 1-all at fulltime and after two periods of extra time.
The Banksias were commanding 3-1 winners over Berry.
It sets up two tantalising finals showdowns at the Shoalhaven Regional Hockey Complex at the Bernie Regan Sporting Complex at North Nowra.
There has been a change in the original draw with the women's clash brought forward to the earlier timeslot of 1.30pm, with Berry hosting the in-form Shoalhaven Heads Mermaids.
The Mermaids were strong in their 2-nil minor semi victory over St Georges Basin.
Julie Martin-Tinker and Monique Hanel scored in the Mermaids' win, while Deeta Duren, Amy Flanagan and Brooke, Amber and Taylah Henning will all play crucial roles.
Berry will be looking to get off to a quicker start. They were slow out of the blocks last weekend and paid the price against Banksias who went 1-nil up quickly and doubled it early in the second quarter.
They will look to talented Suzi Jarman to put the team around their park.
They have plenty of experience with Jodie Simms, Nicole Stone, Elle Dodd, Barbara Muldoon and Kellie Beetson, while youngsters Medaline Gaffney, Elle Simms, Nattie Sparks and Iszi Crawford will also play important roles.
Berry has scored two convincing wins over the Heads in the regular season 5-nil and 5-1, however, there has also been two draws, 1-all and 2-all.
Saturday's final is sure to be a hard-fought encounter.
In the men's clash at 3pm St Georges Basin will look to turn around the disappointment of last weekend's thrilling major semi loss to the Magpies when they face Allsorts.
Allsorts surprised last week with a win over the Burrawang Yowies 1-nil, with John Bunter scoring the vital goal.
Bunter will again be a key player in his side's success, while brothers Toby and Tom Jennings and Michael and Matt Lees will also play strong roles, as will Tristan Roberts.
Allsorts have been rocked by the loss of experienced keeper Don Mason, who snapped an Achilles a few weeks ago.
Matt Lang has stepped up to the goalie position and is sure to come in for plenty of attention from Basin.
Basin was unlucky last weekend and really pushed the minor premiers.
Tim Chard is a vital player in the midfield for Basin, and along with Jacob and Ryan Brookfield, Brendan Gilmore, Jordan and Lachlan Butfield and Adam Norton will play big roles.
Honours have been shared during the regular season, with two 2-all draws, while Basin scored a 1-nil win in round seven and Allsorts a commanding 4-1 victory in round 17.
The winners will face Berry and Burrawang Banksias in the grand finals next week.