Camden's perfect record against Avondale in 2013 will count for little when they get down to business in Saturday's grand final at WIN Stadium.
Avondale lost all three games to the Rams but finished the regular season with a series of big wins, sounding a warning they were ready to defend their title.
But the Rams clearly have no fears about facing the minor premiers.
After they beat the Wombats twice in the regular season, the Rams came from behind to prevail 20-18 in their recent major semi-final clash.
While Camden's success against Avondale proved beyond doubt they are premiership material, it hasn't left them with a false sense of security.
"The three wins certainly gives us confidence but grand finals are totally different ball games," coach Brendan Schoupp said.
"People have told me the major semi was one of the best semis that's been seen in years, and we know that we're a good enough team.
"The confidence is there but it's about us putting that performance on the board for the 80 minutes on the big day."
Camden broke a 15-year finals drought when they claimed second spot behind the Wombats.
The Rams are desperate to capture their first premiership title since 1995.
"Both teams want it as much as each other," Schoupp said.
"It's taken Avondale a long time to build their club and get it to where it is, and they're going to want to defend their title.
"Our club hasn't been there for a long time, and that's what's really going to add to the day."
Saturday will be a massive occasion for both clubs.
The Rams are playing in the first and second grade premiership deciders, while Avondale went one better with first, second and third grade all still alive.
"There's a lot of excitement in the community.
"There'll be a lot of people from Camden coming down, a few busloads and a lot of the old boys," Schoupp said.
"I'm really happy for the club because they deserve a bit of success but it's up to the teams on the weekend to provide them with that success.
"There's a real buzz up there to have first and second grade in the grand final.
"We've gone about our business as normal and tried to distance ourselves from the hype. It's all been about preparation for us."
Avondale will be playing in their fifth grand final in six years.
The Wombats stayed in the hunt for the title with last Saturday's 29-17 defeat of University in the final.