GEELONG veteran Dom Gleeson is hungry to add another VFL premiership to his collection.
The Koroit export will line up for Geelong in the grand final at Docklands on Sunday as the Cats aim for back-to-back flags.
Geelong crushed Williamstown in their preliminary final on Saturday, winning 24.16 (160) to 11.12 (78) at North Port Oval.
Gleeson, South Warrnambool's Matt Sully and North Warrnambool Eagles' Billie Smedts, who is on the Cats' AFL list, played in the comprehensive win.
Sully was among the Cats' best in defence, while Smedts kicked two goals.
Gleeson was the only one of the south-west trio to play in the Cats' 2012 VFL grand final win against Port Melbourne.
"It probably means a little bit more this year because we had a taste last year and I don't want that empty feeling our opponents had last year," he said.
"I am more hungry for sure."
Gleeson said he was unsure if Smedts would earn a recall for Geelong's AFL preliminary final showdown against Hawthorn on Friday night, which would rule him out of the VFL decider.
"It would be great to hold on to Billie but we'll just roll with it," Gleeson said.
He said Sully had a standout season, culminating in an invite to the AFL state combine.
"Matt has had a great season so far and hopefully a club at AFL level will give him a go," he said.
"I know he is aspiring to that and will give 110 per cent wherever he goes."
Gleeson, who earned VFL life membership this season, said he would play on next season.
Geelong Falcons' TAC Cup season ended with a preliminary final loss to Eastern Ranges on Saturday.
Kolora-Noorat's Nick Bourke played in the 17.15 (117) to 11.14 (80) loss.
The Ranges led at every change. They will play Dandenong Stingrays in the TAC Cup grand final, which is a curtain-raiser to the VFL decider between the Cats and Box Hill Hawks.