Zach Morris - In and out with Devils play all year, Morris will be a star at either end of the ground.
Jamieson House - Becoming a reliable full-back last season, House continues to flourish in the role.
Josh Woolley - A 2011 premiership player, Woolley returned to the Blues from Queensland.
Jacob Boyd - Missing a large chunk of the season with a knee injury, Boyd has settled back nicely.
Alec Wright - Rewarded with team of the year selection, Wright is now one of the league's best defenders.
Jack Tuthill - Tuthill is a strong, young talent with a booming boot whose star continues to grow.
Casey Brown - Brown is one of the quickest players in Launceston's line-up and the competition.
Jobi Harper - Skipper of the side, Harper missed the first eight weeks through firefighter training.
Jake Smith - Reaching 150 games and life membership, Smith is an electric member of the line-up.
Michael Musicka - Musicka was described as Launceston's best in the preliminary final by coach Thorp.
Josiah Burling - A promising talent, Burling played one game in 2019 before adding five more this year.
Brendan Taylor - Criminally underrated, Taylor is one that continues to fly under the league's radar.
Jay Blackberry - The TSL's games record-holder and player of the year, Blackberry is a star.
Mitch Thorp - The Blues' coach reclaims his spot in the side for the biggest day on the calendar.
Jake Hinds - A classy ball user with a tough edge, Hinds has settled into life up forward of late.
Joe Groenewegen - Returning to the Blues last year, Groenewegen's ruck work has been exceptional.
Fletcher Seymour - Missing the first half of the season, Seymour's work has been appreciated in the guts.
Miller Hodge - Relishing a role in the Blues' engine room, Hodge gets plenty of the ball.
Jack Donnellan - Donnellan's forward pressure is something to look out for.
Bailey Gillow - A Tassie Devil, Gillow's grand final is just his seventh TSL game.
Brodie Palfreyman - Palfreyman is a dangerous wingman who loves getting forward.
Jayden Hinds - A fast, explosive Devils talent, Hinds joins brother Jake in the line-up.
Corey Nankervis - Nankervis is an experience and reliable member of the Bombers' defence.
William Edmunds - Switching to defence this season has worked wonders for the former Blue.
Braden van Buuren - Missing out in 2019 and going down last year, van Buuren is hoping for a win.
Ryley Sanders - The younger Sanders brother, Ryley debuted last year and plays his first TSL grand final.
Thomas Donnelly - One of George Town's favourites, Donnelly has spent time in the VFL this season.
Michael Stingel - The Matthew Richardson Medallist has had an unheralded debut season in the TSL.
Jack Avent - One of three five-time flag players since the TSL rebooted, Avent knows what he's doing.
Brad Cox-Goodyer - Another five-time flag star, the coach has added another string to his bow this year.
Ben Simpson - Vice-captain of the side, Simpson is young despite having three flags to his name.
Nathan Pearce - Coming from Hillwood last year, Pearce booted the goal to put them on the big stage.
Tom Bennett - Making his fourth team of the year, Bennett has kicked 30 goals for the Bombers.
Oliver Sanders - A jack of all trades, Sanders lines up for his second TSL grand final in a row.
Brandon Leary - A huge debut season saw the George Town recruit named in the team of the year.
Zach Burt - One of the competition's most dangerous forwards on his day, Burt has flag experience.
Jack Rushton - Another former Blue, Rushton has pace to burn and can be an X-factor for the Bombers.
Alex Lee - One of the league's premier ruckmen, Lee was considered stiff to miss team of the year.
Mark Walsh - While concussion issues have plagued his season, the hard nut is ready to go on Sunday.
Jay Foon - Taking over the skippers' reins this year, Foon has also enjoyed plenty of midfield time.
Fletcher Bennett - The experienced interchange member, Bennett has battled injury.
Judah Edmunds - Debuting mid-year, Edmunds is the younger brother of Will.
Blade Sulzberger - A young talent with a big body, Sulzberger has had a strong year.
Ryan Whitney - Debuting this year, Whitney of the toughest young players going around.