It's the Panthers' 11th consecutive grand final and they're hoping to go back to back after their 2019 win against Orange CYMS'.
In a nail biting major semi-final against Orange Confederates at Lithgow Hockey Complex on Saturday, the Panthers are through to the women's Premier League Hockey grand final.
The purple ladies booked their grand final spot with a 2-0 victory in front of a home crowd.
Coach David Marshall said it was an intense match being the first time the two teams have met this season due to snow cancelling their round.
He said he was impressed with his side controlling the ball and dominating in the first quarter.
"In the second quarter we were very even with 'Feds starting to attack and become more frequent on the short corners," he said.
It was in the third quarter when the ladies lifted their game with Panthers' Elissa Marshall finding the back of the net from a set corner piece.
"In the last quarter the Confederates were gaining successive corners but our defence held firm," Marshall said.
Their second goal came from a run by Amelia Leard passing onto Mackenzie Stewart who slotted the ball in the bottom corner.
Marshall said stand out players for the match were Amelia Leard and also Tiffany Willmott with her exceptional work rate.
With a week off now, Marshall said he looked forward to the grand final and had no preference of who his team came up against.
"We have the week off while Confederates play Bathurst St Pat's.
"We have no preference on who we will play because both teams are of high quality which will make for a tough grand final," he said.
The ladies Premier League Hockey grand final will be played in Lithgow on Saturday, September 19.
The Lithgow Panthers would also like to thank their major sponsors Lithgow Workies and Megabolt.