A string of tough encounters has Wests primed and ready for their finals clash with Albion Park on Sunday.
After overcoming Park in the last round of the season, Wests continued their hot streak into the finals last weekend to beat Robertson 5-1.
"It was good to come away with a win, Robertson are always tough and the scoreboard probably didn't show how tough it was," Wests' Elliot Ashby said.
"This will be our third tough game in a row, so hopefully that has brought about a bit of form."
In the opposition dressing room, Park are experiencing a rare slump in form, losing two games on the trot for the first time in 2013.
Ashby's side inflicted the first of the losses - a factor he hopes can lift his teammates' confidence leading into Sunday's knockout stoush.
"It will give a couple of the younger guys who have only been coming through, who have probably have only beaten Albion Park once or twice in their career, a bit of confidence, which is good," Ashby said.
"It is something we have been working on for a long time and we finally have some juniors coming through.
"Just in that last game against Robertson they really stepped up and showed they are going to be good players."
However, Ashby admitted to being aware of the quality in the opposition squad.
"They have got key players that we always try to talk about to try and eliminate them getting the ball or having an impact".
"Certainly Steve Mayo in the middle of the field is their key playmaker, so if we try and shut him down as much as possible we are in with a shot."
The winner of Sunday's match will meet University in the grand final after the Students beat Park 2-0 last weekend.
In the Women's combined competition, Albion Park will meet University in the final.
The Students were a goal down in their semi-final against Avondale, but triumphed 3-1 after goals to Melissa Davis, Holly Warren and Keagan Mitchell.
Park battled out a tough 2-1 win over Jamberoo.
In the Illawarra competition, Avondale have a second chance to make the final against University when they meet Figtree.