WAUCHOPE Hockey Club will aim for two B-grade grand final wins with their men's and women's teams on Saturday.
The B-grade Wolverines will take on Tacking Point Thunder Cougars while the Warriors will clash with Port City in the Port Macquarie-Hastings Hockey Association deciders.
Wolverines captain Glen Pursehouse is confident of replicating their success of only a fortnight ago when they became just the second team all year to defeat the Cougars in a 2-1 win.
"They've been the team to beat all year; there are a lot more quality players across their team," he said.
"They have someone different who usually steps up each week."
Pursehouse's team will look to continue an impressive record in grand finals.
"I don't think we've lost one that I've played in," he said.
"Whenever we make grand finals we win."
Cougars captain Haydn Alexander was hopeful his side wouldn't suffer the same fate of 12 months ago when they were beaten by Port City on the big day.
He felt minimising the impact of Luke Hough would be integral in the outcome.
"Wauchope are really good at drawing penalty corners and rely on him to convert them," he said.
"They play with a lot of heart and it's something I really admire about their club, but Luke provides that firepower for them."
Wauchope will also be in action in the women's B-grade grand final against the team they beat last weekend.
The Warriors have had a low-key preparation while Port City had to defeat Tacking Point Thunder Cruisers midweek to progress.
Warriors captain Michelle Smith said that could prove to be the difference.
"They had to play on Wednesday night whereas we've had a normal week," she said.
"We're all fit and firing."
The men's grand final starts at 3pm with the women to play from 5pm at the Port Macquarie hockey fields.
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