The latest of the anomalies thrown up by this year's State League netball fixture will see Northern Hawks meet Arrows in a grand final rematch for the second time in three weeks.
The reigning champions enter the match having lost consecutive matches for the first time since the 2015 final series - again at the hands of Arrows and cross-town rivals Cavaliers.
Captain Danni Pickett said the Hawks' one-goal loss to Cavs had righted many of the wrongs of a 17-goal defeat to Arrows, and backed her side to complete the job in Sunday's clash in the state's South.
"We're really disappointed with our last game against Arrows a couple of weeks ago," the 25-year-old said.
"We reviewed it pretty soon after and identified where we went wrong and how we can change it.
"We weren't as disappointed with the [Cavaliers] game because we competed until the end, we didn't give up.
"I think it's a really good thing for us that it's so close because it's still fresh in our minds ... we're really excited for Sunday."
After waiting three weeks between their round three and four matches, the Hawks also sat out last round with the bye.
Sunday's game starts at 2.25pm.
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