You know it's grand final week when you drive through Koroit.
There are red, black and white streamers flailing in the wind from street sign posts.
And there are colourful posters, made by young Saints' fans, on your left as you enter Victoria Park.
With six teams playing in Hampen league grand finals on Saturday, it's no wonder the Koroit community is up-and-about.
Koroit has the most teams involved in grand finals of any club.
The seniors and reserves will represent the Saints on Reid Oval while the 13 and under, 17 and under, division two and open teams will take to the court.
Division two netballer Grace Lynch, who lives in Koroit, said she was a big fan of the Saints' colours being showcased around the community.
"Seeing all the streamers up, you kind of get excited," the 19-year-old said.
"Everyone is obviously excited, they want us to do well."
Her teammate Aleisha Mugavin, 18, is just as pleased with the community support.
"It's good to see everyone getting involved and to see the spirit," she said.
The division two team takes on rival Port Fairy.
Meanwhile, the 13 and under side will duel with South Warrnambool and the 17 and under team will also play the Roosters.
The open team will clash with Cobden.
Reserves footballer Brad Bell, who won the Lew Kelly Medal on Sunday as the league best and fairest, said he was proud to be part of the community.
"It's good to have six teams," he said.
"Obviously the seniors are going for six in a row, hopefully they can get the job done.
"It's good to have all the support behind us, it's good when you get to Tower Hill as you get into town and you see the red, white and black streamers.
"It's just a really good feeling."
Bell said Koroit's teams had been supporting each other throughout the finals campaign.
He said senior and reserves footballers cheered on the club's netballers in their preliminary finals.
The reserves side will meet North Warrnambool Eagles in the decider.
The senior team will also battle with the Eagles.
Two of Koroit's biggest fans are Annabelle Foster and Zoe Dobson.
The nine-year-olds, who play under 10s netball for the club, have been busy making streamers.
"I just like making them because I'm really arty," Foster said.
"I just like making them to support the club," Dobson said.
"I wave them around when they're playing, it's really fun."
The young fans also helped make posters for each of the different grades.
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