Brothers are out to confirm they are finals specialists.
The champion side is through to their ninth straight leaguetag grand final and are out to make it seven titles in the 12-year history of the competition.
Standing in their way is Temora - the only team to beat them this season.
The Dragons downed their Wagga rivals twice as they went through the regular season undefeated but it was Brothers who were the first team into the grand final after a 18-6 win in the major semi-final.
While there had been little between the two sides all season, key player Jess Absolum believes their big-game experience came to the fore.
She's looking to repeat that in the grand final.
"We've learnt to play finals footy over the past nine to 10 years and are confident in our structures and our plans," Absolum said.
"It really works in our favour."
Each season and each grand final is difference.
However Absolum believes the side is building at the right time as they look to make it four straight grand final victories.
"The group is coming together quite well and we are gelling at the right time of the year," she said.
"We're confident and hoping we can get the win on Sunday."
Brothers have relished the underdogs tag after needing to win through a preliminary final on the way to the ultimate success in the past two seasons.
However Absolum believes getting the better for the Dragons was a good confidence booster ahead of the gradn final.
"With the core group of girls who have been there for the last 10 years it makes the preparation and experience all the more easier," he said.
"We have to be confident in each other and our abilities and just stick with it.
"If we can keep the pressure on we know we can score the tries so we're focusing on our defence."
Temora rebounded with a 16-10 win over Kangaroos to keep their premiership aspirations alive.
Absolum doesn't believe Brothers changed their approach to get the better of the Dragons last time and won't be doing anything differently now that the title is on the line.
"We didn't do anything different but just really focused on our game plan and the strengthens within our team," she said.
"We believed we could do it because of those things and just focused on our team."
With their imposing grand final record Absolum is looking for consistency throughout the entire 50 minutes.
They are also looking to limit the influence of Emily Perrot, Molly McCrone and Jackelyn Hughes.