FROM Wycheproof-Narraport ending a 35-year premiership drought in 2018, to Sea Lake Nandally's bold chase for a historic first North Central Netball Association flag in 2017, which came up a few goals short of victory, and Charlton's grand final win in 2016, which ended Wedderburn's streak at six.
There has been plenty of intriguing storylines accompany the NCNA A-grade premiership decider in recent seasons.
In Boort there is the potential for another on Saturday, with the Magpies chasing their first premiership success since 2008.
A grand final showdown against league powerhouse will be the Magpies' first appearance in the big dance since 2010.
They have advanced the hard way, coming from a cut-throat semi-final 30-goal win against Wycheproof-Narraport, to defeat Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers 45-30 in last week's preliminary final.
Those wins have the Magpies and their coach Georgia Haw hopeful they can foil the Redbacks' plans of an eighth flag in 10 years.
"We have only really come good the last month or so, getting things together," said Haw, who was 18 when the Magpies won their last A-grade flag and sat on the bench that day.
"The 15-goal win over Sea Lake-Nandaly was impressive in that it was the first time we have beaten them all year.
"Hopefully it's the same with Wedderburn. We haven't played them either time with our full side. The best we've done this year against them is 14 goals."
A versatile and talented Boort side includes this season's league best and fairest, goal keeper Roxanne Aldrich, goal shooter Steph Haw - one of only two players remaining from the 2008 premiership team - and midcourter Kristen Gooding, a sister-in-law to Georgia and Steph Haw.
Another set of sisters, Carly and Jo Isaac, add plenty of pace and skill for the Magpies at centre and wing attack.
Runner-up behind Aldrich in the league award, Shelley DeAraguo will line up for the Redbacks.
According to Haw, who doubles as the club's president and has herself set for a busy day, the Magpies' on-court fortunes has improved as their depth has increased.
The Magpies will have a handy complement of five players on their bench on grand final day.
It will be a big day for the netball club with four teams in grand finals, including its under-16 A and B and under-13 teams.
"I think something like this has been coming for a while," Haw said.
"We've had people who have just kept persisting and working hard and the results have started to come.
"Wedderburn has plenty of grand final experience and the ability to switch players around, and they're a pretty young side as well.
"We haven't been them all year, but hopefully this is the one."
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