A plan hatched at their grandmother's 70th birthday party almost a decade ago is one win away from coming to fruition.
Will Keogh, older brother Tom, Reid Gordon and Bailey Wileman made a pact to all play together one day and try to win a premiership together.
The first half of the plan came together at the start of the year when Gordon and Wileman moved interstate to Wagga from Noosa and Rochester respectively.
The second part rests with Saturday's Riverina League grand final at Narrandera Sportsground, when Wagga Tigers take on Griffith.
"It kind of all happened at our Grandma's 70th birthday up in Noosa," Will Keogh said.
"All us kids made a pact that once we were at the right age that we would all join together and try to win a flag at each of our home clubs.
"Now we've all come of age, I popped the idea up to the boys at the start of the year and one by one they all jumped on board, Reid, Bailey and then we had to convince TK.
"It's been an unreal year with all of the boys. It's such a good young side, we've fitted really well into the demographic. It's been good.
"It's pretty awesome, the start of the year we had a goal to win a flag together and now we're only one win away, it's very exciting."
Gordon, 20, played in the AFL Queensland division one grand final last year where Noosa lost by one point to Maroochydore, who then reversed the result in this year's decider earlier in the month.
"That's why I really want to win one this year," Gordon said with a laugh.
"It's been a great year, playing together with all the family. The club has looked after us pretty well, made us all welcome and work has been good too, which tops it all off."
He has found the footy a lot different to at home in Queensland.
"It's a lot quicker. There is bigger bodies up there, it's a little bit tougher but it's a lot harder to play down here," he said.
Wileman is preparing for his first senior grand final.
He cannot believe the long-range plan is one win away from coming off.
"You couldn't ask for a better first grand final than a grand final with the cousins," he said.
"It's been a fairlytale really. We always wanted to come together and have a year but I didn't think it would ever happen because we were all too far away.
"But Will, Mr organiser, pulled it off and I can't thank him enough for it."
For Tom Keogh, the decision to leave Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes for rivals Wagga Tigers to play alongside his cousins was a tough one.
But the opportunity to run out alongside his brother, and two cousins, in a grand final has made it even more worthwhile.
It will be his third Riverina League decider after losing two with MCUE.
All the family will be in attendance on Saturday, with about 25 members of the extended family coming together to watch the grand final.