AHEAD of the 2019 Group Seven first grade grand final, we asked the coaches and captains from the competition's seven other sides - who tried week in, week out to stop both Jamberoo and Kiama - on who they think will win the big dance on Sunday.
Here are their answers.
Abed Atallah - Shellharbour Sharks
"I think it'll be a very tight game that could go either way - it's a toss of the coin.
"If Jamberoo prevail, it'll be on the back of a big game from Brock Skelly, while if Kiama win, I'm sure it'll be because of Tom Atkins."
Nathan Ford - Gerringong Lions
"There's not much between the two sides, which makes me think it'll go to extra-time.
"On the back of strong play from man of the match Mark Asquith, the Superoos will win 21-20."
Hans Schuster - Warilla-Lake South Gorillas
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Dylan Farrell - Nowra-Bomadery Jets
"As much as I feel Jamberoo were probably the form side of the season, I have a feeling it will be third time lucky for the Knights.
"They're on a roll and if they can start well, I think they'll be too hard to stop.
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"The Knights have a good mixture of solid forwards and classy backs.
"It should be a close one though and I wouldn't be surprised if it goes into extra-time - I'll say 19-18 to Kiama."
Gary Breakspear - Albion Park-Oak Flats Eagles
"It's very close but I'm leaning towards Kiama 16-14 - their speed with the ball and second phase play is hard to stop."
Jayson Smith - Berry-Shoalhaven Heads Magpies
"A lot will depend who settles first and has a good start.
"But as both team's defences are very sound, I think it'll finish at 12-all at full-time before Brock Skelly kicks a field goal on extra-time to seal the win for Jambero."
Wayne Clarges - Stingrays of Shellharbour
"Kiama by eight - I think they'll be too strong across the park.
"With strong go forward in the middle and speed out wide, I think they'll be too much to handle for Jamberoo."