A rematch of last year’s&nbsp;electrifying Group 10 premier league major semi-final&nbsp;against Bathurst Panthers, at Wade Park. That’s what Orange CYMS captain-coach Mick Sullivan is expecting in 2017’s corresponding game&nbsp;in a fortnight. The Wade Park part is already guaranteed after Sullivan and his troops sealed a third straight minor premiership at the same ground on Sunday. But it remains to be seen if they’ll play Panthers, or Oberon. Sullivan&nbsp;is expecting it to be the men in black though. It’s not hard to see why. CYMS only edged out Panthers for the minor title on points difference and the Bathurst side thumped Oberon 54-4 at Carrington Park last Saturday. The men in black meet the Tigers again in this weekend’s qualifying final, also at Carrington. “I don’t really mind who we play (in the major semi-final), but I think Panthers have been the stand-out side this season so I’m certainly expecting to play them,” Sullivan said. “Whoever we play we’ll welcome the challenge, hopefully it’s a nice day at Wade Park. “Looks like it might be a bit cold this week, so hopefully the sun’s out for the major semi&nbsp;and we get plenty of people down here. CYMS claimed last year’s first grand final qualifier in stunning fashion, a magical last-gasp try to five-eighth Dom Maley securing the 22-20 victory and with it&nbsp;hosting rights for the decider. The Orange side played 55 minutes of that game with 12 men too after James Wynne was sent-off in the first half and it was, as Sullivan said straight afterward, “brutal”. With Panthers leading 20-16 and no time left on the clock Ben McAlpine chanced his arm, kicking across field from his own 20 metre line. The bounce was friendly for the chasing Jerome Harrison, who shrugged off two would-be tacklers and found Maley on his inside. CYMS’ five-eighth went 60-odd metres untouched to cross under the sticks, gifting McAlpine the easiest of kicks to win the game and secure a home grand final for the green and golds.&nbsp; History shows the men in black went on to lose to Mudgee the week after, the Dragons denying punters a mouth-watering grand final rematch and going on to upset CYMS in the decider. That rematch looks likely to be exactly what punters will get at Wade Park in a fortnight though.