KOROIT used its final-round dead-rubber to finetune for another Hampden league premiership tilt.
Saints captain Emily-Rose Finnigan said the reigning champions switched their team around during their 66-43 win over Warrnambool on Saturday.
She said they played teenager Isabella Baker in three positions.
“If we have injuries or something occurs in finals, we have those options,” Finnigan said.
“It’s been an interesting season with player availability and injuries and yesterday was the first time we had the whole team together.
“It was good we could finally get it together for the whole round.”
Finnigan has played in centre all season, providing a steadying influence alongside the experienced Jacqui Bowman.
Fourth-placed Port Fairy will enter finals on the back of a seven-goal win over Camperdown, which has missed out despite playing in the grand final 12 months ago.
Minor premier Cobden defeated Hamilton Kangaroos, which finished eighth, 62-41 and will now enjoy a week’s rest.