Old Collegians should know Nirranda and Kolora-Noorat better than anyone.
The Warriors have not played another Warrnambool and District league team except for the Blues and Power for six weeks.
They meet the Power again in Saturday’s preliminary final.
Coach Josh Reichman does not see it as a big deal despite only playing the two sides in their last six outings.
"You can't do much with draw and way finals finish,” he said.
“If it was the games leading into finals you might think there was an advantage playing top teams and knowing where you are at.
“But it’s finals now and you expect to be playing the better teams and us three are the better teams so it was always going happen.”
Reichman said the recent contests hadn’t exposed anything new about each side.
But he did admit to gaining valuable insight about one of them, though as an onlooker.
“We have seen enough and played each other enough over to know each other’s strengths and weaknesses,” he said.
“I probably learnt more watching them (Kolora-Noorat) from the outside in on Sunday than I did when we have played them.
“It’s a little harder for me when we play them because I am a playing-coach so you are concentrating on what we are doing.
“But the opportunity on Sunday to have a look and really identified a few things we will concentrate on.”
Should the Warriors win their way past the Power on Saturday they will meet Nirranda in the grand final.