The Wolfpack is on the hunt for a third straight Leonard Cup title, but this could be Tolland's biggest challenge yet.
The club is also gunning for a second consecutive A grade-reserve grade double with their Madden Trophy side to feature against South Wagga Warriors on grand final day at Equex Centre on Sunday.
But their Leonard Cup outfit must reverse a 5-1 loss to competition newcomers and minor premiers Hanwood in the second week of finals to retain the trophy.
They stepped up their intensity in last week's 3-1 preliminary final win over Junee, and team manger Dave Antill said they need to can't afford to let their Griffith rivals get comfortable.
"We won in 2017 and 2018 so to make the last three grand finals is a pretty good achievement for the girls," Antill said.
"Probably our intensity needed to step up a little bit (after the Hanwood loss) and I think that happened last week.
"We were a bit harder at the ball and got a couple of goals, our start and our intensity is something we have to work on."
Hanwood has lost just one game all season with golden boot winner Tara Ceccato dominant throughout, while Lauren Bertolin and Candice Bertoldo will return from injury.
"We're going to be on the ball in defence they've got a couple of good attacking weapons we have to be very mindful of," Antill said.
"Hanwood are a very good side, they finished minor premiers for a reason and it's going to be a very difficult game but if we can produce our best effort, anything can happen."
Antill said the inclusion of Hanwood, who will also play first and second grade men's deciders on Sunday, had helped improve the quality of the Leonard Cup.
"It's improved the standard immensely. They've been a good addition to the comp, it's strengthened it and made everyone work a bit harder," he said.
"It's always a challenge when a new team comes in. They want to prove themselves, which they've been out to do all year and they've made the grand final.
The Leonard Cup grand final is scheduled to get underway at 1.30pm.