Wallis Lake’s reserve grade side will meet Port United in this Saturday’s Football Mid North Coast grand final at Harry Elliott Oval, Tuncurry.
Lake qualified for the match after defeating Macleay Valley 2-1 in the preliminary final.
Wallis Lake controlled the match and got out to a 2-0 lead late in the second half.
The Rangers scored a late consolation goal but didn’t leave enough time for a comeback.
Lake had strong support on the sideline.
“The first grade boys travelled up on the bus with them,” club secretary Kevin Stevens said.
The match kicks off at 12.45pm.
This will be the side’s fourth grand final from the last six deciders, with back-to-back victories in 2015 and 2016.
This won’t be the only appearance by the Great Lakes United club on the day.
The undefeated first grade side will tackle Macleay Valley in the main event from 3pm.
There’ll be action from 10am when the Football Mid North Coast northern and southern league under 12 champions meet.
This will be followed at 11.15 with the under 13s north/south encounter.
The under 14s, 15s, 16s and 18s north/south challenge matches will be played at the oval on Sunday.