FOR the last two years on Group 10 grand final day St Pat's have gotten the better of Orange Hawks to be crowned league tag champions and come this Sunday, the Saints are hungry to do it once more.
Since beating Hawks 16-12 in the 2017 grand final the Saints have not lost a game, their incredible streak including a 16-6 triumph over the Orange outfit in last year's decider and another three victories against them this season.
Saints skipper Mish Somers knows a premiership treble - and second consecutive undefeated campaign - would be a remarkable achievement. She also knows how strong the desire is within the squad to make that happen at Carrington Park on Sunday.
"I think it does feel different, every year it's nice to make a grand final, but I think this year there is that extra pressure. We haven't lost a game in a long time and a lot of teams are chasing us, so we really want this one this year," Somers said.
"You never want to lose a game, especially a game a like a grand final. So the hunger is there from all the girls and they are really keen to get on the field on Sunday.
"We've had a good year, we've trained hard all year, Mick's [Armstrong, coach] put in a really good job with us girls. We never have the same team every year, so we just want to go through with the girls we've got in 2019 and finish the season off with a win."
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As much as Somers has faith in her squad - one which includes five players who represented Group 10 in 2019 - she knows Hawks are a unit which can not be under-estimated.
While the Saints beat Hawks 30-10 in the major semi-final a fortnight ago, Somers knows she and her team-mates need to be on their game once more.
"They are an awesome team Hawks, all credit to them as they have been really good the last three or four years. They do push us every single game, so we are looking out for them," the captain said.
"You can't ever write them off and they are going to be very tough to overcome on Sunday.
"They are very similar to us, they do have a lot of speed across the park. Jes Pearson at fullback is very quick and if you give her any space she's gone and very hard to chase down. There's Bec [Ford] with her kicking game, she can turn sides around and make them defend all day.
"They have definitely got some old heads and some young talent who are keen and coming through the 18s ... so they've definitely got some talent there in that Hawks side."
Kick-off is 10.25am.