Albury Hotspurs will look to stamp themselves as the dominant women's outfit in Sunday's AWFA cup finals.
All four of the club's female teams (reserves, under-16s, under-14s and under-12s) will contest deciders at Jelbart Park.
The only women's grade missing at Aloysius Park is the seniors, but the club has already confirmed it will return to the top flight in 2020 after a two-year hiatus.
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The 12s defeated Melrose 2-0 in the semi-finals on Sunday to reach the decider, the 14s stormed into the cup final with a 9-1 win against Wodonga Heart followed by a 5-0 triumph against Wodonga Diamonds, while the under-16s won through on penalties against Melrose.
Spurs' reserves finished third in the league and edged out Wangaratta (1-0) and Cobram (3-1) to book their place in the cup final.
Club president Brad Howard said there has been a big focus on female football this season and is looking forward to having a full complement of teams next year.
"It's a really good story that we've been able to reach the grand final in all of those grades," Howard said.
"It's 100 per cent happening (next year). We made a decision at committee level that we were going to support div one women first and foremost before we enter a team in div two.
"We'll be having both div one and div two, as well as all the junior teams."