The North-West Coast will host all four Greater Northern League semi-finals as action heats up on Saturday.
Burnie's McKenna Park sees three matches, including both grand final opportunities, while Smithton hosts the remaining encounter.
GRAND FINAL SHOTS
The main rivalries of both men's and women's competitions will add another chapter to their stories as Burnie Baptist and South Launceston and City Marians and West Devonport renew their hostilities in search of a grand final berth.
Baptist have held the wood over the Suns in their recent contests, taking out the 2019 grand final and the 2020 rematch as a part of their dominant run.
Always a highly-skilled, competitive tussle, the match-up will feature the league's top five goalscorers as Baptist's Khan Riley (20 goals) and Lachie Murfet (13) go head-to-head with prominent South trio Kurt Budgeon (18), Al McBain (11) and Brad Buchanan (10).
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT
A similarly eye-catching battle will end Saturday's proceedings as City Marians host West Devonport for the women's grand final spot.
Like Baptist, Marians have had the advantage over their opponents of late with the 2019 grand final win and rematch victory earlier this season but West can never be counted out.
The Dragons held top spot on the ladder for majority of the season despite the early Marians loss but a slip-up last week lost them the minor premiership, which will see them hungry for retribution on Saturday.
With both their sides sliding into finals with miraculous last-minute runs, the season is on the line for both Queechy Penguins outfits.
The men timed their run later than they would have liked, winning the last three matches after starting the season with a 1-4 record.
They take on Smithton, who rejoin the pointy end of the season after an extended absence from finals.
The Saints won their round two match-up 3-2 and this shapes up to be an intriguing battle between two in-form units ready to make the most of their semi-final opportunity.
The Matt McRobbie-coached women's Penguins side were in and out of the final four throughout the season but they face a side who, like their men, waited until the very last minute to secure their spot.
South Burnie leapfrogged both Queechy and South Launceston, knocking the latter out of finals, with three wins in four weeks giving them some extraordinary momentum.