The Tassie Devils are still pinching themselves heading into the NAB League Girls finals series.
Dealt two big losses in their only games of 2020, the Devils dropped just two of their eight fixtures this season to qualify for a home final against Greater Western Victoria Rebels on Sunday.
"It's been an awesome season," vice-captain Jemma Blair said.
"We didn't really know we were going to make it this far, we were just dreaming of it really, but to be here right now is pretty awesome and we all can't believe it."
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Originally set to be played at North Hobart, the 12.30pm elimination final has been moved to Windsor Park due to logistical challenges.
A win would see the Devils into the country decider, with a potential NAB League grand final against the metro winner to follow.
"We're very excited, especially considering it's a home final as well, all the girls are pumped to play," Blair said.
"We're very keen to be able to have a home crowd especially and all our family and friends getting around us as well, having them all there should be a really good atmosphere on the day."
The Devils met the Rebels in southern New South Wales last weekend and converted a six-point three-quarter-time lead into a 23-point win.
Cameron Joyce's side is set to make several changes for Sunday's game, with Priscilla Odwogo and Camilla Taylor back from the VFLW and Kelsie Hill nearing a return from injury.
"There'll be some tough decisions - we've got some girls that'll come back into the team this week," Joyce said.
"We've shown that it's needed to take everyone throughout the course of the season so far and I've been encouraging the girls just to hang in there, because you never know what can happen depending on how we go."
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Should Sunday result in another win, Joyce will be backing his young side to go all the way.
"Internally we've had some lofty goals that we set out at the start of the year, we were pretty keen to improve and improve as quickly as we could," he said.
"I think once you're in it [the finals series] anything can happen - certainly some of our best footy has been good enough, we've challenged some of the top teams.
"The two teams that have beaten us, we lost to Oakleigh by a goal and Eastern Ranges by 11 points, so we think we're more than competitive against everyone."
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