Port Fairy captain Jemmah Lynch has her sights set on an elusive premiership after taking out the Hampden league's division one netball best and fairest award on Sunday.
The Seagulls, who lost the past two grand finals, will meet North Warrnambool Eagles in the decider at Reid Oval on Saturday.
"I'm excited and nervous at the same time," she said.
"But super confident we've got a great team of 10 girls and I can't wait to get out there with them this weekend."
The Seagulls lost to the Eagles by two goals in the second semi-final.
Port Fairy finished the season in third while the the Eagles finished on top.
The centre, who received 30 votes, had a weekend to remember as her side beat rival Koroit by two goals in the preliminary final.
The Seagulls leader said her mum, Leonie Boyd, was her netball inspiration.
Boyd played B grade and has also coached at the club.
"She also takes us for fitness sessions because she is a personal trainer so it's super handy having her on the sidelines as well," Lynch said.
The midcourter, who started with the club in 2008 when she was 10 years old, said she loved the Seagulls' culture.
"I've grown up on the sidelines watching Mum play and coach so I've been at the Seagulls and wearing the purple and gold through and through for many years," she said.
"I can't wait to get out there this weekend and hopefully get the win."
Lynch said she enjoyed being part of the club.
"There's a great culture over there in the netball and the football and there's a great group on the committee," she said.
It was a thrilling race for the best and fairest runner-up.
Cobden's Sophie Blain and Portland's Heidi Jones both received 25 votes each to share the honour.
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