Week in, week out the Bendigo Braves women have proved they are a contender for the championship title.
Now, only one game stands between them and a shot at grand final glory.
The team finished the regular season with an impressive 19-1 record, but were put to the test last week in the first qualifying final when they went down to the Kilsyth Cobras by 15 points.
However, the team picked itself back up again for the first semi-final on Sunday and defeated the Knox Raiders by 17 points.
But now it's time to take on the might of the Geelong Supercats for a spot in the grand final, this Sunday at 1pm in Geelong.
"Both teams will be going out to leave it all on the floor, it's sure to be a great game and entertaining for the fans," Braves coach Megan Moody said.
It's a do-or-die scenario, with the winner to play whoever is victorious in the match between the Kilsyth Cobras and the Nunawading Spectres.
"Each week with finals any team can win on the night, it all comes down to the team that settles the fastest during the game," Moody said.
"We know we're more than capable of playing some really good basketball, but we can be our own worst enemy on the floor.
"There have been lapses throughout the season which we have eliminated, we go back and watch the games, talk about it as a team and drill it out in practice."
During the regular season, Geelong was the only team to defeat the Braves, round six by 16 points.
"It's always a tough game against Geelong, but we're confident that we can come away with the win and will be playing again next week," Moody said.
Braves player Tessa Lavey was confident the squad can secure a spot in the grand final.
"Any team is beatable, we will come ready to play and will have done our scout really well," Lavey said.
"We will have a few tricks up our sleeves against Geelong."
Lavey was impressed with the team's ability to pull-off a quick turnaround after last Friday's loss to Kilsyth.
"I'm so proud of the girls on Sunday, we had another challenge and we stood up to it, it says so much about our group," Lavey said.
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