COACH Luke Duff is unfazed with the underdog status of his team, Condamine Steel, which will play minor premiers Warwick Physioworks in the U12/U13 grand final in Warwick football from 8.30am Saturday at Queens Park.
"We haven't beaten Warwick Physioworks this season but the margin was only one in three games,” he said.
"The team has a lot of confidence after a 5-1 win in the preliminary final against Suncrest Homes, it was our best win all season.”
Madison Duff scored a double in the win last Saturday with Glen John Cruda, Jackson Pitstock and Brayden Dyer netting one goal each.
Duff said Liam Vickers, Jakob Butler and Cooper Seng were three of the players from Warwick Physioworks his players had to keep an eye on.
"Seven teams played in the under-12/under-13 age group this season which is the most we have had,” he said.
The Warwick Physioworks team is coached by Noah Littell.
Littell is in his first season of coaching in Warwick. Neil Vickers and Paul Driscoll are his assistants.
The team has trained each Tuesday during the season at Queens Park.
All seven teams will be involved on Saturday in the grand final or a friendly on the north-west field at Queens Park.
The 500 players in the association will be all involved in activities from 8.30am today.
Under 12/13 age group8:30am Grand Final: Warwick Physioworks v Condamine Steel
9.45am Friendly SnJ Auto v Suncrest (2 x 20 minute halves)
10:30am Friendly Globe Accounting v Rob Lyons/Lake Leslie
Under 17 premiers
10am Grand Final: Danny Lyons Sport v Voyage Fitness
11.30am: Sponsors/Coaches game
Noon: Presentations from 12noon.