AB: Well, Westy, it only seems like yesterday we were putting together our pre-season selections for the BFNL season.
All of a sudden we've reached grand final day. Looking back on those pre-season tips it looks like I pretty much nailed it.
Not the first time and it won't be the last.
LW: We're set for a cracking culmination on Saturday to what has been a gripping BFL season.
Love the fact we've got the best side of the home and away season in Strathfieldsaye going up against the powerhouse side in Golden Square that has set the benchmark since 2009.
The Bulldogs have been there and done it before on grand final day four times in a row.
They know what the big dance is all about.
Plenty of intrigue to see how will the new kids on the block - they were your favourite band back in the '80s weren't they - the Storm handle the big occasion.
AB: Haha, very funny, but I'm not the one who had Rick Astley posters all over my bedroom walls.
As for the Storm, there has been a knock on their mental toughness and Square's barnstorming finish in the second semi-final only added weight to that.
However, the Storm answered a big question last week when they ran over the top of Eaglehawk in the final quarter.
They don't have the grand final experience of Golden Square, but the experience of the past two week's finals will help the Storm.
The Storm's speed and multiple forward options will give them the edge.
Tipping against Golden Square in a grand final is fraught with danger, but I like the Storm to win a close one.
LW: No doubt, the Storm have got the talent across every line to win the grand final, and last week's strong finish to the preliminary final will have the playing group's confidence back up following the debacle of the second semi-final fadeout.
I've seen first hand the past two weeks with Bridgewater and Lockington-Bamawm United just how crucial that big game grand final experience is.
The two sides are evenly matched, but I'm backing Square in by eight points purely on their September experience, which has already proven telling this finals campaign.
Big Jimmy Bristow to claim the Nalder Medal for mine.
AB: Nalder Medal tip for me is Nick Smith. I like the way he goes about it.
The BFNL is not the only grand final on this weekend.
On Saturday, Charlton and Wedderburn meet in the North Central Football League grand final and on Sunday at Maryborough, Lexton and Navarre clash in the Maryborough Castlemaine District Football League decider.
Charlton were minor premiers in the NCFL, but it's hard to tip against Wedderburn. The Redbacks are in sizzling form.
Not even a tipping genius like my good self could predict a Navarre-Lexton grand final in the MCDFL.
After eliminating hot favourite Carisbrook last week, Navarre has to be the tip this weekend.
LW: Two shock results in the MCDFL last weekend.
You would have got massive odds for a Navarre-Lexton grand final a week ago, but that's the great thing about September - anything can happen.
Great effort by Navarre to get through to its third grand final in a row. The Grasshoppers have lost the past two, but if you keep knocking on the door, eventually you've got to break it down.
What about Lexton - red-hot favourites the past two years, yet stumbled in preliminary finals both times.
This year they've come from nowhere - remember, they lost the qualifying final to Carisbrook by 132 points - to make it through to Sunday, but Navarre by four or five goals for me.
As for the North Central, it looks a line ball between Charlton and Wedderburn with both sides to go in full strength. I'll back in a Wedderburn three-peat.
AB: And of course there's your boys Stanhope playing Murchison in the Kyabram District Football League grand final at Tatura.
LW: Get around the boys from the Mainland.