It may be a very short season of rugby union this year, but it's still a cracker.
With an eight game winning streak cementing the Blayney Rams on the top of the table, the finals series should be a doddle, but the club knows that all those wins mean nought when it comes to the final.
The Rams played a disciplined and tough Coolah Roos side on Saturday and Players Player of the day Tyler Hobby put the first points on the board thanks to Ricky Scott's ability to palm off players left, right and centre.
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Soon after Coolah, who love a penalty goal as a means of improving the numbers, kicked two over thanks to the laser like accuracy of Johnty Pettet's boot.
Then Tyler Hobby had a bit of a kick along as well, soccering the ball over the line before scoring just to the right of the post, allowing Harry Phillips the joy of a successful conversion.
Tries by Jeremy Kable, Harry Phillips, Ricky Scott and Zack Farr and three conversions to Phillips all added to the final 36-23 total.
With the long-weekend taking away all sport this week, the Rams will have an extra week to discuss how to beat the free flowing Geurie side in the first final.
Coolah will be playing Molong in the knock-out round with the winner taking on the loser of the Rams vs Goats match.
The Blayney Rams will be playing the Geurie Goats at 2pm on Saturday June 19 at King George Oval.