The Workies Wolves reserve grade has done it.
They are through to the grand final undefeated after beating Bathurst St Pats 32-14 at Orange over the weekend.
Captain coach Jimmy Reinhardt said the match in Orange against Bathurst went well and was very competitive.
The minor premiers didn't dictate terms right from the outset but once they found the opening points in the 20th minute the floodgates had been opened.
Lithgow got out to a 24-4 lead midway through the second term and, although the Saints showed some fight, they had nowhere near enough time or energy to trouble the Workies.
Lithgow's Harley Osland scored twice in his team's 14-0 run to start the match, assisted by a try from teammate Brendon Van Veen.
"They certainly didn't make it easy for us, but we put in a good performance, there was a moment in the back end of the game where we let them score a couple of tries, but our team stuck to the job to get the win," Reinhardt said.
Reinhardt said his side has stuck to the same game plan all year so he did not want to change anything before the big grand final match.
"We will run the same game plan but just do it a bit better, there is always room for improvement, and we can't afford to have blemishes," he said.
"We need to be spot on on the day to get us over the line."
It is expected that all players bar one will be able to play on the day.
"One of our guys may be out with a broken bone in his hand, he had it operated on on Monday so he is going to see how he goes before deciding whether he can play or not," Reinhard said.
Training has been going well, with the boys getting a training session in on Tuesday night, September 3.
"We will keep training despite not having a match this weekend and we will train in the days leading up to it to give us our best chance," he said.
Not wanting to get ahead of himself, Reinhardt said they were confident but didn't want to jinx it.
"Our plan is to come in and win, and since we have been undefeated the whole season we don't want to get to the big one and get beat," he said.
"But we will just keep working hard to give us the best shot."
It is just a waiting game now for the side to see who they will be taking on, Bathurst Panthers or Bathurst St Pat's, who will face off this weekend for a grand final spot.
Reinhardt said if the grand final match ends up being played at Bathurst Panthers' home ground, they could be in trouble.
"They will be hard to beat at home so we are going in fully prepared to play in front of their home crowd which will give them a boost, it just means we have to turn it up," he said.
Reinhardt said he hopes that some Lithgow residents would be willing to come and show their support.
"It would be really good to have some familiar faces in the crowd," he said.
Reinhardt said he wanted to thank everyone involved in the club including the committee, the coaches, managers and volunteers.
"I need to thank everyone involved in getting us through the year, everything you do does not go unnoticed, so thank you," he said.
The grand final match will take place at Bathurst on Sunday, September 15.
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