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The first-placed Queanbeyan Blues will meet the red-hot Gungahlin Bulls in this year's Under 19’s Grand Final at Seiffert Oval on Sunday. 

Queanbeyan Blues v Gungahlin Bulls, 10:40am, Seiffert Oval

It has been an incredible season for both sides as the Blues have lost just two games this season, winning the minor premiership.

The Blues have relished the week off after securing a 22-nil win over the Bulldogs in the major semi-final, meaning they'll be well-rested heading into the big dance.

There is no doubt that the Blues will be favoured going into this match, especially at home.

Blues player Max Miller says the side is confident, even with some key players missing.

“Were all pretty confident. Obviously we have a few boys out through suspension, but a couple younger boys will be playing for us but we're ready to go and confident.”

It has been an incredible turnaround for the Bulls who will be looking for their sixth straight win on Sunday.

Bulls captain Keegan Kenny said that the side's incredible run of form is in large part, thanks to coach Patrick Clark.

“A lot of credit goes to the coaching staff and all the boys, especially with Clarky (Patrick Clark) who’s just been great and pushing us towards every single goal that we've had since the start of the season."

The Bulls incredible run has continued into the finals as they have been able to defeat the Sharks and Bulldogs in back-to-back elimination finals.

The Bulls are yet to beat the Blues this season but Kenny believes that his side has every chance of winning this years final

“We just need to be tough, they're a very good side in the first 10 to 15 minutes and they're going to show a lot of energy at the start.

As long as we can stay in the arm wrestle, then I think we have a very good chance of winning.”

Both sides met earlier this season, with the Blues winning on both occasions but this is a much improved Bulls side who have all the confidence in the world.

It will all be on the line this Sunday as the Blues will be hoping to finish off a dominant season and the Bulls looking to spoil the party in Queanbeyan.

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