The Bathurst Goldminers are hoping to be a dominating force in the Western Junior League Basketball finals after qualifying as the top seeds across a number of age groups.
Seven of the Bathurst club's eight teams qualified for next month's division one finals in the split round.
Coaching Director Grant Cole said the club is going into finals strong, which is a positive turnaround after last season.
"We pulled it together after a few issues, but we're going into the final in leaps and bounds," Cole said.
The Goldminers' under 18s teams beat out their rivals in all games, landing in the top position on the ladder and remaining undefeated going into finals.
"They'll both go into the finals as red hot favourites," Cole said.
The under 16 boys also came out undefeated after smashing the Orange Eagles Black by 75 points.
While the under 16 girls walked away with a 50-42 win against the Lithgow Lazers, they suffered a one-point loss against the Orange Eagles, but still secured a spot in the final.
The under 14 boys pulled out a four-game winning streak in round three, pushing the team to next round despite losses in previous rounds of the competition.
"Those boys were a real surprise package over the weekend," Cole said of the 14s.
The under 14 and under 12 girls both qualified for the finals with some impressive wins, but the under 12 boys were knocked out of the competition following three losses.
The club's performances are confidence-boosting, and if teams continue their winning streaks into finals, they'll qualify for the upcoming Country Championship League.
"We want to get our teams to play against powerhouses like Gosford and Newcastle, which will give us an idea of where we sit in the state," Cole said.
The Bathurst Goldminers comeback is one to watch in the finals on the first weekend of May.
Bathurst plays host to the finals across all age groups, with games split between the Indoor Sports Stadium and CSU.