Junee are out to complete a perfect season in the Madden Shield grand final.
The Jaguars have dominated the competition and have only conceded two goals so far this season.
One of those was against Tolland, their grand final foes on Sunday.
Despite their imposing record, coach Adrian Weir expects a tough challenge from the Wolves.
“It is not going to be easy as we have only just beaten Tolland 1-0 and 2-1 this year,” Weir said “We are going to have to work hard but hopefully it all goes well and they can finish their chances.
“They want to cap it off otherwise that good work is wasted.”
Weir not only wants the team to take their chances, but is looking for another strong defensive effort.
Defence has been the cornerstone of season, conceding in only two games.
Scoring has been another strength, with the team scoring 89 goals so far.
Kara Hancock is one of the main attacking weapons.