FOR the second year running, Jamberoo and Kiama will go toe-to for the Group Seven women's league tag division one crown on grand final day.
Last year, the match was an absolute epic with a penalty goal by Knights' Alannah Glasson, in golden point, securing the red and blacks their second straight title.
"The grand final last year was a tough one to lose, especially because the game was so close," Superoos captain/coach Aimee Barnard said.
"However, we often talk about it and how it didn't feel like other losses - I think mainly due to the length of the game [35 minutes of golden point after two periods of extra-time].
"We were shattered to go that far and not get the win but at the same time, I think because it came down to a penalty goal we came off the field feeling like we have it our absolute all.
"I was so proud of the girls and not at all disappointed in the performance last year.
"Although a loss is a loss and I believe we have had that drive to work that bit harder this year."
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On the back of that thriller, the Knights and Superoos - who finished as minor premiers- have been the benchmark sides all season, with both side finishing the year with a 17-1 record.
"I believe we've have had a successful season," Barnard said.
"We had times throughout the season, with girls away for long periods of time and some injuries, which impacted on the overall flow and made it slightly disjointed for us at times.
"But we definitely overcome that really well, especially towards the back end of the season."
During the season, the pair have faced off three times, with Kiama winning the most recent clash 24-10 on September 1.
"I think both teams are strong across the park and play a similar style of league tag," Barnard said.
"This is primarily why our results are usually quite close.
"There's lots of pace in both teams, so I think the speed of the game will test both teams."
If the Superoos, who won the competition in 2016, do win on Sunday at Collegians Sporting Complex, it will mean that little bit extra to Jamberoo junior Barnard.
"Winning on Sunday would be amazing," she said.
"I can't put into words how much it would mean.
"Grand finals don't come around every day, so the team and club are just enjoying every moment of this week.
"In 2016, I really struggled as it was my second knee reconstruction and I wanted nothing more than to be playing with the girls.
"However, being the coach of this great group of girls and taking them to the 2016 premiership was extremely rewarding and allowed me to still love every minute of that season."
Kick-off of the WLT1 match on Sunday is at 9.50am.