It's not too often that a club's division one and division two teams get to play in a grand final on the same day.
But if Panmure can come home with the chocolates in both divisions, the celebrations are bound to be great on Saturday night.
The Bulldogs' division one outfit faces Hawkesdale while the division two unit will battle with Grassmere at Purnim Recreation Reserve.
Panmure recruit Tim Barr couldn't happier to part of the top-division action.
"When you're 38, sometimes you think you might be past playing in a division one grand final," he said.
"So I'm pretty excited, nervous all the same."
Barr, who has a top score of 83 to his name this season, knows his side faces a formidable Hawkesdale opponent.
"They've obviously been on top of the ladder pretty much all year and they've got a lot of depth in their batting and bowling," he said.
"So we'll concentrate on what we can control - batting, fielding and bowling well."
The Cats secured a comfortable victory when the sides met in January. Panmure recorded 74 before Hawkesdale reeled that in
Barr said the Bulldogs took lessons from that encounter and haven't lost since.
"Just to not drop the bundle," he said.
The opening batsman said the Bulldogs had brought a never-give-up attitude to their past few encounters, especially when out in the field.
Panmure was struggling for a breakthrough (0-66) against Yambuk in its semi-final last weekend before knocking over the Buks for 100.
Barr is enjoying his first ever season in the red, white and blue after returning to the south-west after six years in Western Australia mining town Tom Price.
He previously played with South West Cricket Association team, Mortlake.
Meanwhile, division two skipper Liam Allan has the opportunity to lead a premiership victory for the first time.
But he's focused on his group delivering a strong team performance.
"We've probably got the best side we've had all year," he said.
"I think we've got 13 or 14 players there (available) so we should be a pretty good chance of taking it out."
It hasn't always been the case for the division two side. Some weeks they had just six players available.
Panmure has the wood on Grassmere, having beaten it twice this season.
Allan believes his side's batting will need to lift for the big game.
"If we get plenty of runs on the board and get a few good partnerships, that's probably going to be the key," he said.
"Our bowling has been pretty strong."
Panmure won the division two premiership in 2018 but were bundled out in a semi-final last year.
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