A scintillating run of late season form has Brindles brimming with confidence ahead of their preliminary final stoush with defending premiers Dapto Reunited.
After entering the finals in fourth spot, Brindles confirmed their status as the surprise packet of the Premier League with a 34-29 win over West Titans last weekend in the minor semi.
"It was a surprising win actually, we are humbled just to have made the finals in the first place," Brindles' Charlene Dallmer said.
"Towards the end of the season we have really picked up our game a lot.
"We came into the season just as a bunch of friends looking to have some fun so it is good to see us performing to our best when it really matters."
Brindles stepped it up a gear in the final rounds of the season, in a run that saw them get the better of Reunited.
But Dallmer wasn't reading too much into the earlier victory.
"They were understrength the last time that we met them so we know we are going to have a tougher challenge with their players back this weekend," Dallmer said.
"We are just going to come in and play for our teammates like we have all season and hopefully come out on top."
Reunited will need to rebound from a nail-biting 50-49 loss against Vipers last weekend.
In a see-sawing battle, Vipers kicked away in the last quarter and held on for the win to give themselves a week off to prepare for the grand final.
"A few girls can do with the week off so we are happy with the week off," Vipers coach Heath Sangster said.
"The girls are hitting some form and I don't think they will lose that for the final.
"Dapto will have to concentrate on beating Brindles who are in fine form at the moment.
"It won't be an easy feat for them, I definitely wouldn't be writing off Brindles."