It's been a long wait for Barnawartha-Chiltern.
The Miners return to CAW District finals today for the first time since 2015-16 and head to Yackandandah to keep their season alive.
Captain Chris Hartshorn said it has been a massive resurgence from the club.
"It's pretty exciting to have all three grades in finals," he said.
"We didn't expect it, but everyone has pulled together and done a fantastic job to get where we are.
"At the start of the season, we didn't think we were going to have one side, so to get three sides in finals is unbelievable."
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At the start of the season, we didn't think we were going to have one side, so to get three sides in finals is unbelievable.- Chris Hartshorn
Hartshorn believes his side can play with freedom as the underdog.
"No-one expected us to be here and they're expected to win, but we're going to give it everything and take it right up to them," he said.
Finn Lappin and Riley Petts return to bolster the batting, with Jacob Schliebs, Connor Flavell and Ben Stewart back to B-grade.
In the other qualifying finals, minor premiers Mount Beauty host arch rivals Dederang, while reigning premiers Kiewa meet Baranduda.
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