Federal are looking to reverse some of the heartbreak felt during last year's Upper Murray netball finals.
The Swans have capped off the home and away season in second position with three losses, after finishing the 2018 season on top of the ladder.
After heading into last year's finals as the team to beat the Swans bowed out in straight sets, but playing co-coach Sophie Pattison said her side is determined to not let history repeat itself.
"Hopefully we can go one better and get a bit further this year," Pattison said.
While most of last year's players have remained, the Swans have welcomed the inclusion of Pattison, Sallie Findlay and Jessica Ross this year, adding some extra versatility to the side.
Cudgewa have been the only team the Swans have been unable to catch this season and Pattison admits the Blues will be tough opponents to meet in the semi-finals.
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"Cudgewa are undefeated and have been the bench mark all season, so it will be a tough game," Pattison said.
"We've played them three times this season and lost by 14, 16 and four goals on the weekend.
"We've shown a lot of improvement and our team's really versatile, so we'll have to work to our strengths to beat them."
Federal will be without star shooter Findlay in the semi-final clash against Cudgewa next weekend, with the top two sides set to have this weekend off.
Tumburumba and Corryong round out the four teams through to finals, with the two sides to clash in the first semi-final.
Pattison said Tumburumba have also established themselves as a team to be wary of in finals.
"I think Tumburumba are quite underrated," Pattison said.
"They always provide a challenge when we come up against them, so they're one to watch out for."
Bullioh just missed out on a finals spot by two points.