Thurgoona's Ashlea Jacobs knows what it takes to win an A-grade Tallangatta league flag.
The star midcourt player has racked-up four consecutive premierships in her time with the Bulldogs, playing through the club's glory years between 2013 to 2016.
After feeling the heartbreak of Thurgoona's 2017 grand final loss to Tallangatta, Jacobs will have another opportunity to reach five flags when the Bulldogs take on Kiewa Sandy-Creek this weekend.
Jacobs still looks at the last six years with fond memories.
"It's certainly something we'll never forget as a club or as a team," Jacobs said.
"The memories are still there and the nerves still don't go away.
"Winning four and losing one, I certainly know which side of the fence I want to be on.
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"It helps knowing the preparation that it takes heading into a grand final.
"We've certainly put the work in to get the result."
Thurgoona co-captain Kristen Andrews and coach Kristie McInnes also played through the club's successful four year stint and will line-up this weekend.
McInnes in a non-playing capacity.
"Her (McInnes) experience is still just as valuable as a coach for us," Jacobs said.
"We're very grateful to have her experience and guidance.
"We're very determined to work hard together as a team and we're really confident with the side we have."
Thurgoona and Kiewa Sandy-Creek met in the first round of the season and again in round 12, with the Dogs victorious on both occasions.
However, Jacobs believes the two games weren't great indications of either sides abilities, with a lot changing after six rounds and finals.
"We've had a couple of injuries during the season, but we're coming good at a really good time of the year," Jacobs said.