THE competition's two most consistent sides will meet in this Sunday's Group 7 Rugby League first grade grand final.
Warilla-Lake South Gorillas and Gerringong Lions will clash in their third season decider - this time during the competition's centenary year - within four years.
The match will kick-off at Nowra Showground at 2.45pm.
Warilla coach Peter Hooper described Gerringong's performance during their 42-22 thrashing of Jamberoo in the final as "pretty slick".
"They're used to the big games now, and have quality right across the park," he said. "We'll just concentrate on what we did last week, and look at our discipline."
The Gorillas' only injury concern will be the absence of prop/captain Andrew Diomei.
Hooper expects a large crowd to turn out for the match.
"Most of the players from both clubs are home-grown," he said.
"They'll be two proud clubs going at one another; that's for sure."
Lions coach Mick Cronin said he would be pleased if his team could improve its defence.
He also praised the efforts of Brad Davidson and Rixon Russell against the Superoos.
"We could have some players in different positions, so we'll need to work on our attack too," he said.
"Brad's always been a half really; it's the position he really likes.
"Rixon also played a bit of fullback with the under-20s at St George.
"They've [Warilla] been the best defensive side all year, so there are some things we have to improve on."
He said the Lions' success was a credit to the players.
"They've been beaten in a couple [of grand finals] but they're always keen to come back, full of enthusiasm."
The Gorillas will also face the Lions in the reserve grade grand final at 12.35pm.
The under-18s title will be fought out between Berry and Kiama at 10.50am. Nowra-Bomaderry and Kiama will play for Women's League Tag honours at 9.25am.