The under-16.5 grand final is expected to be a tight one if results from earlier in the season are to go by.
Penshurst will take on Moyston-Willaura on Saturday morning, with both sides relatively well matched to one another.
They have met four times this season, with the Bombers coming out on top twice, the Pumas winning once and another game abandoned early on due to a player injury.
One of Penshurst’s wins came just two weeks ago, defeating the Pumas in the major semi-final to advance straight through to the grand final.
Despite a loss in that game, the Pumas go in full of confidence after a thumping 112-point win in the preliminary final.
“I think we are really positive at the moment, confidence is really high coming off a good win,” Pumas under-16.5 coach Scott Maconachie said.
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Moyston-Willaura was without captain and centre-half-back Ned Parsons in the semi-final loss to the Bombers. He will be in the side this weekend, with both teams as close to full strength as possible.
“Our kids will be pretty keen to not make the same mistakes as last time. We didn’t respect them enough in the semi,” Maconachie said.
“Every player on their team is very good so we know not to underestimate them.
“Saying that, knowing we have beaten them during the season gives us the belief we can do it again.”