Young are looking to complete an undefeated season by downing Brothers in the Sullivan Cup grand final on Saturday.
The Cherrypickers have won 11 games so far including a 26-0 win over Albury to make it through to the grand final.
Coach Kyle Richens is confident the team can wrap it all together on grand final day.
“They’ve showed it all year and especially after their performance against Albury two weeks ago, when they actually played a full game of footy and were very dominant, I think they can do it,” Richens said.
However their closest result has been against Brothers, taking a 22-11 win in round 15.
The Wagga side took a 11-8 lead at the break before the young Cherrypickers responded.
With that in mind Young are expecting their biggest test yet.
“Last time we played them it was tough, they were winning at half-time and are the only team to go in front of us and I think they’ve been the second team all year,” Richens said.
Richens was part of the club’s last under 16s premiership 12 years ago and will be more than happy to hand over the mantle.
He is looking for a full 60 minute performance from the side.
Weissel Medal runner-up Harry Fitzpatrick is one of the keys to the side at lock while Richens is also looking for big games from twins Blake and Caleb Coombes in the front row.
Young are also looking for success in the Weissel Cup after going down to Albury in last year’s Sullivan Cup grand final.